By Azure Nelson,
Published Sep 10, 2009
Remember way back in 2000 when Monica proposed to Chandler on “Friends”? Women proposing used to seem edgy. Today though, it’s a bona fide trend! Celebrities like Jennifer Hudson are leading the charge, and with movies like the Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds production, The Proposal, opening this Friday, it’s becoming more and more popular.
OneWed is awarding one lucky reader the ultimate prize to get in on the trend of proposing to her man- a pair of hand engraved Platinum wedding bands from jewelry designer Kirk Kara, worth approximately $5,000!
We think our Savvy Scoop readers are the best, and since you and your fiancé will be wearing your wedding rings
everyday for the rest of your lives, we want you to have the very best!
If you’re wondering why Platinum is considered the finest precious metal, here’s why:
: Unlike white gold, it’s a naturally white metal so the color will never fade.
Strong yet Gentle
: It’s the strongest precious metal, so it will stand up to daily wear and tear. Even better, it’s a pure metal, making it hypoallergenic, ideal for the bride or groom with sensitive skin.
: Platinum is 30 times more rare than gold. In fact, it is estimated that if all the mined Platinum in the world was poured into one Olympic-sized swimming pool, it would only be enough to cover your ankles. Gold, on the other hand, would completely fill more than three pools!
Now that you know why it has to be Platinum, let’s have a little fun, shall we?
Tell us in 200 words or less how you would (or will) POP your Platinum Proposal, and you could win his and hers Platinum wedding bands from jewelry designer Kirk Kara.
Send your platinum proposal story to email@example.com before midnight on July 15th. And don't forget, you must register on OneWed.com first, and provide your OneWed username along with your Platinum Proposal story! For full contest details, rules, and guidelines, click HERE
For more information about Platinum engagement rings and wedding bands, visit www.PreciousPlatinum.com