Think there’s a “Will you marry me?” coming this holiday season? Read the Ultimate Guide to Getting Engaged Around the Holidays to make sure you’re prepared for any scenario!
Engagement rings can be expensive. So, when making that kind of investment, in a person and in a piece of jewelry, you want to make sure you get it right. While it’s up to you to pick the right partner, there’s a new trend that can help you pick the perfect engagement ring: the ring before the ring.
Picking out the perfect engagement ring will require a lot of thought and planning; but second to that is thinking through the proposal itself! You want to make sure where you propose is a location that is both special and unique. This will forever be "your" place, the one you always come back to and remember the time you got down on one knee.
We teamed up with some of the top local wedding photographs that have a lot of experience helping couples choose the perfect locations in New Hampshire. Check out these 8 proposal spots across the state, some of which you may not have ever thought about.
You know you want to pop the question before the holidays and with fall just around the corner, it's time to come up with a proposal plan that will sweep her off her feet. For all the outdoorsy/nature-loving Boston couples, let Massachusetts' natural beauty set the stage for this special moment.
There really is nothing like fall in New England. The cool crisp air, the return of our beloved Patriots, and of course, the breathtaking Autumn foliage. It doesn't matter how long you've lived in Boston, seeing the leaves transform to paint the trees a variety of reds, oranges, and yellows will always be sort of magical, which is why this is the perfect way to enhance your proposal!
From getting the ring, to proposing, to saying "I Do," and for every anniversary after, at Long's we take enormous pride in being there every step of the way to celebrate these life changing events with you. Here are our top four New England fall proposal ideas that we've seen over the years: