Birds do it, bees do it
Even educated fleas do it
Let’s do it, let’s fall in love
by Cole Porter
The days are longer, and there is a new warmth in the air. We put our winter coats away, and suddenly women are wearing colorful clothes and walking with a bounce in their steps. Our winter romances are becoming more serious: could Easter be the right time to meet parents and siblings? Or perhaps, just maybe, the right time to become engaged? How could an antique diamond engagement ring help our cause?
Spring is the time for new beginnings, and can be very romantic in it’s own way. Can we incorporate a proposal of marriage into an Easter tradition?
Vintage diamond rings are sweetly nostalgic, and can actually help us in our romantic endeavors. Here are some suggestions for making this occasion truly your own and truly memorable!
Take her on an Easter egg hunt, and slip a note saying “will you marry me” into one of the plastic eggs!
Or, if you know the answer already, slip an antique diamond engagement ring inside an egg and watch her surprise when she finds it!
Perhaps at Easter brunch, have a hollow chocolate bunny for dessert–one in which a vintage diamond ring has been secreted. Then, go down on one knee and propose!
Perhaps she likes stuffed animals? Find an Easter Bunny with a ribbon around its neck and attach a vintage diamond ring to the ribbon. (Be sure her little sister doesn’t find it first!).
Romance is in the Springtime air, and what better way to get to the next level than with an antique diamond ring surprise?