Getting Engaged? Unique Heartmelting Marriage Ideas to Steal

So, you found the woman of your dreams and want to tie the know with her.

What’s next?

Make a different way of proposing to her.

If you are tuck wondering how to do a unique marriage proposal and wish that everything must be memorable and original, well Congratulations my friend you’ve found the right place.

Listen up! Do something totally different and unexpected so it won’t be boring. As what the Ocam’s Razor Law stated (for most scientists) When you have two competing theories that make exactly the same predictions, the simpler one is the better.” I also believe that the simpler the proposal idea is kept,  the better is its outcome. Planning something extravagant and complicated may result to ruining your marriage proposal instead of making memorable and special.  

One of the most unique marriage proposals I’ve seen is the advertising a marriage proposal in a local paper. You can invite her for a picnic on a park. Ask a man who will be in disguised as a newspaper delivery boy who will give both of you the newspaper. You can kneel down as she get to the page reading your message presenting her a ring asking “Will you Marry me?”

Why not also try convincing your girlfriend to the cinema one day. Then arrange a fake trailer before the movie that chronicled your journey to the theatre to pop the question, with predictably moving results. At least no one could say you didn’t put the effort in.

Love the delicious proposal? Make her heart melt and her mouth water. You can walk into your favorite ice cream shop. Ask the crew to display new mystery flavor that coincidentally included all of your girlfriend’s favorite ice cream: After both of you have tasted the new flavour, the shop owner pointed to its name, written on the menu board: New Flavor: (Your Girlfriend’s name) will you marry me? Then kneel down and give her the ring.

Is your Girlfriend a netizen or cybernaut type? Why not create a website dedicated for her? Using cartoons, make a site that chronicled how you first met. Scrolling down is the big question: Will you marry me? and a button to click Yes. And when she clicked the button, your personal message will pop up saying you’re the luckiest and happiest man in the world or any message that comes from your heart.

You can also make a proposal video and upload it to YouTube (tell her you have a hysterical home movie to show her)

If you want your family, friends and mutual friends, be witness to your proposal, invite them for a party. Have everyone in attendance put on a T-shirt bearing one of the letters in the phrase “Will your marry me?” When you walk into the room with your girlfriend, ask a group picture and let the t-shirts speak for themselves.

Want your marriage proposal at-home? Write “Will you marry me” on a mirror of comfort room before your girlfriend woke up. Early morning ask her to brush her teeth and take a bath as you’re inviting her to hang out. As she read the message bring her the ring and wear it on her hands.

Spell your proposal out of the glow-in-the dark star stickers on the ceiling. Get into bed, turn off the lights and wait for the inevitable gasp. Play your recorded voice on a CD with your message of how you really love her.

 You can also make your own message in a bottle. On the night before the beach day you’ve planned, write a love poem on a piece of parchment paper, roll it into an antique bottle with a cork and bury it in a well-marked spot in the sand near your towels. Make sure you “find” the bottle as you dig together and have the ring at the ready.

So these are just examples of marriage proposals to surprise your wife to be. Believe it or not most of the successful and amazing wedding proposals were the ones that were the least expensive and most creative.

The keys are talk to her parents, surprise her, pick the best spot, take the perfect time, tell her the reason, be creative, find the right engagement ring and spread the news!

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$1 MILLION PER CARAT: The New Standard for Colored Diamonds

A “stratospheric” level have been launched and triggered by the desire for a secure hedge in the uncertain world of the jewel industry. According to the report of the New York Times, the value of the big, colored and/or unusual diamonds has been raised to the bar of a new standard. And that is considered to have the possibility of no return, any time soon, as what they have been before. With the facts laid, the expanding appraisal of the previous colored gems has been more stellar and dramatic than the previous year. The small stone of white diamond less than three carats has increased its value into 8-33.5 percent in market since 2004. Apart from that, 77% increased has been marked for the three-carat diamonds, an additional of more than 140% for four-carat diamonds and 112 percent increased for the five-carat diamonds – according to one analyst. An evidence for this is the 14.8 carat orange diamond that has been sold for $35.5 million – more than $2 million carat. It is considered the largest fancy vivid orange diamond in the world which is auctioned and billed with the name of “The Orange” though no seems to count, Mr. Rahul Kadakia, the head of jewelry of Christies’ (U.S and Geneva) says that the stone “would have made a fraction of this price” as notably for a decade ago.

One may think that it’s only a dream as the prices are so high. But with the large diamonds gaining such price, undoubtedly the collectors and investors held unto their value. The reasons behind are the factors of the rarity of the gems particularly with their color. It also pushed with the desire of wealthy investors to branch out their profiles/ portfolios with tangible assets over the volatile equity markets. This has been proven with how large diamonds provide good return on investments as much as recent years can tell.

Just as how Mr. Kadakia puts it, “There would always be a market for stones from 1 carat to 10 carat, but at 50-100 carats we are looking at an elite buying field, and the rarer they are, the better they fare.” With the continuous climbing of colored diamonds, it is no wonder that the market can see that the supply is dwindling.  And instance is the The Rio Tinto’s Argyle mine, known to produce more than 90 percent of the most natural pink diamonds in the world, is most likely to be closed in 2020.

As this $1 million per carat has been making headlines, most of the investors are quite surprised on how high their value is. Such as can be quoted from John Glaz, a diamond wholesaler and seasoned bidder – “I have seen the demand for these rare and beautiful stones continue to grow over the past years. The perception that they may become extinct is not too distant future”.

Certainly, wealthy individuals do own diamond stones as fashion jewelries. But the trend of using these gemstones is evidently for investment of a balanced portfolio; and they keep on growing. An initial demand is said to be from the Asia-Pacific region but most of the new investors came from Europe and Russia, according to Alain Vandenborre – The chairman and founder of exchange.

He adds it with a statement of “We are confident to double the amount of diamond funds in 2014. Our portfolios have performed between plus 3 percent to plus 10 percent for the first half of 2013, though it is early to see existing clients topping up in their initial portfolio. What is currently encouraged is to have prominent clients that would see them as friends.”

Mr. Mike Nekta a diamond dealer in New York City is quite often hired by investors to locate precious and high quality diamonds.

“The request for larger or rarer or colored diamonds has tripled since 2008. The demand is growing and the supply is naturally limited. With prices claiming at this rate I sometime find myself reselling the same stone to new investors”