engagements and proposals

So how do you keep your sanity and preserve the sanctity of your relationship before falling down the wedding planning rabbit hole? Try these five steps:
It's hard to be original with marriage proposals these days. As the screenwriters say, everything's been done!
I popped the question, but it wouldn't have been possible if she hadn't sent the first message.
When you look close enough, you can see themes that shine through to be the rule rather than the exception. The commonalities aren't trivial either. They show that love is a combination of selflessness, hard work, conscientiousness, consideration, thoughtfulness and appreciation.
If you still want to one day walk down the aisle, here are four tips to avoid the pre-engagement blues:
Dr. Greer's Advice: It's tough because if you didn't get the proposal, it may be that he's planning something special and
If it feels like everyone's getting engaged but you, here's a fun fact: December is also "Breakup Season." According to a
Your cousin. Your college roommate. Your best friend. Between Thanksgiving and New Year's, someone you know is bound to get engaged. This is one of the most popular times to pop the question; and it's no wonder really, since everyone feels a little mushier around the holidays.
In mid-November, my boyfriend and I began planning our wedding, even though we weren't engaged! We're living in TN, but are originally from PA, so we decided to have our wedding in our home state.