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Should you ask your fiance-to-be to go ring shopping with you?

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2010-08-06 09:06:02
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Whether you take your fiance to be ring shopping with you will depend on a number of factors, the first and foremost being does your fiance know that you're planning on marrying her. If you two have talked about marriage and she knows that you are planning to tie the knot, you should ask her if she wants to go ring shopping with you or if she would rather you surprise her.

If your fiance doesn't know that you're planning on asking the question, asking her if she wants to go ring shopping will ruin the surprise, unless that's how you want to propose to her.

If you know that your fianc�-to-be is very hard to shop for, you may want to suggest to her that she go ring shopping with you. This is a piece of jewelry that she's going to be wearing for the rest of her life, so you want to make sure it's something that she absolutely loves.

AnswerIf she is the type of woman who is hard to shop for because she returns everything you buy her then yes, for the sake of your sanity, take her ring shopping. However it is my opinion that if you are ready to marry someone you should have a good idea what her taste in jewelry is like. If you insist on ring shopping with your intended, do it after you ask, because if you do it before you ask, from that moment until you propose every single time you are alone and romantic she will think, "is this it???". No one needs that. AnswerIf you want to pick out something she likes and still be able to "pop the question," go window shopping at the mall. Look at clothes, books, and also look at the jewelry on display in stores you pass. It's a romantic and fun way to spend an evening. You'll quickly figure out her taste, and can then visit the dealer of your choice.

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My boyfriend was taking forever to find the ring, we had been talking about getting married for a long time and so I started to collect pictures off the internet of rings that I liked, then one day when we were talking about the subject, I asked if he knew what kind of rings I liked, and made sure that I put him at ease by saying, "for whenever in the future that we may need to get one..." when he said he had a pretty good idea but he hadn't found one that was just right, I asked him if I could show him some that I thought looked nice. He was totally ok with it and it helped him a lot to know just what I was looking for and he was able to tell me some of the ideas he had and what he wanted too.

I wouldn't have minded at all if he had been Surfing on the web with an excuse of looking for a present for his mom or something, and just mentioned that this ring or that ring would be what he would like for when we got married someday. Then I could look at it and give him a yes or no and why I like or don't like this or that.

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It all depends, ask your self these questions, do you have the time, why are you shopping, do you have the money, will this upset anyone after you shop, are you shopping for anyone, where will you shop.





you should ask them and if they say yes, tell them where you would like to go.


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you can either ask the person who is taking you shopping or while you are shopping just pick a padded bra out and say u like this one


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noboby nows that for now. maybe you should ask triple h or shawn.


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