(Closed) 4 years in October

posted 6 years ago in Dress
Post # 4
221 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

I would advocate waiting until you graduate and get moving in your career to get married, but not because of your promise to your dad, but because people change so much after they graduate college.  You can always have a long engagement too!

Post # 5
986 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

Let him do it.


I was a bit of a bug to Fiance.  I was really really expecting the ring for Vday a couple of years ago, because Fiance had decided to make the arrangements for dinner, which he doesn’t normally do.  

I went and got my hair done, make up done, all dressed up.   Nothing.  After dinner I asked him, “could I have my ring now”.  🙁   He was so upset.  He didn’t want to disappoint me.  He had bought a ring, but wasn’t planning to give it to me that night.

When he did propose, it was perfect.  I felt bad for pressuring him.  

Just wait and let him do it his way.   Remember, that getting engaged  doesn’t mean to you have to get married before you graduate.  You could be engaged for a couple of years.  Take the time to enjoy it and plan.

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