A few years ago I helped (with my sisters of course) my brother with his and it was amazing.
So you got engaged!
How exciting, take it in and soak up all of the excitement with your new fiancé! Now it’s time to share the news with your closest family, and friends, and YELL IT TO THE WORLD!
But wait… is there a correct way to do this? Should you call family and friends first or should you just post right away on social media? We unpack all of these questions and more!
Should you post on social right away or share the info with those you’re closest to first?
I personally wanted to share the news with family and close friends first. I wanted to show them that we cared about them by giving them a call or sending a text and/or picture specifically to them!
Once you do finally bite the bullet and share the news with the internet, what specifically should you (and more importantly) should you NOT share? We have some words of advice/recommendations below!
If you're reading this it is SUPER exciting because we know that means you are either at or starting to think about this amazing stage in life - becoming engaged.
Are you ready to be engaged?
Time to go over all things ring related!
How to present the ring
The proposal should totally be a fun surprise but the step in the relationship totally not. That means you have a window of opportunity to easily be honest (in a light way of course) on what is truly important to you. If you are like Jenna and heirlooms are important to you you can listen in to her personal experience on how not only she but her family communicated that to Hunter before he proposed.
If you are going to be buying a ring - WOW! Did you even realize before looking into it that there are so so many options? It's quickly overwhelming we get it so let's cover the basics.
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