Why is it that women don’t initiate the engagement to be married with a diamond ring tailored for men? Why do men generally make the proposal?
As tradition stands, it is the woman who takes on the role of the deciding party between the two. The man initiates the request and leaves the final decision up to her. However, that is only symbolic. We all know it is the women who calls the shots… So, I was thinking, since the woman is already the one who makes the decision, why shouldn’t she initiate the request to take her hand in marriage?
Our company deals with hundreds of male customers in preparation for the most important moment of their lives, but it is always for the women's engagement ring. There are plenty of orders for fancy color diamond rings for men, but we so rarely hear from women looking to design the perfect men's engagement ring.
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Especially today where fancy colored diamond men's rings have attracted so much attention, while at the candlelit dinner over the weekend somewhere out in the pacific perhaps it should be the women presenting him with the diamond engagement ring? Then, just before the desert delivering the punch line: Will you marry me?
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I know I am facing some serious opposition on this matter since has become a custom. In fact, in my own religion it is the man who places a ring on the finger of the lady under the canopy at their wedding. As he puts the ring on her finger he declares: “with this ring I sanctify you according to the law spoken by Moses and Israel,” and with that the case is closed. But this declaration is much after the marriage proposal. So, perhaps I can suggest that we shorten the process?
I would really like to hear your feedback on this matter...