When you decide to take your relationship to the next level by proposing your partner, you will obviously want to keep it a secret and surprise her in the best possible way. But, if you don’t know your partner’s ring size, you may end up getting surprised yourself by purchasing a wrong sized ring. So, it is better to get the right sized ring; if the diamond engagement ring is not the right size, there’s a chance it may not slide onto the finger or the reverse, it may be too big and may fall off without the wearer’s attention. There’s no denying the fact that the ring could be resized after the purchase, but the feeling of proposing your would-be with an appropriate size ring is unmatchable. Yes! Isn’t it, so here, we have listed down a few points to help you know your partner’s ring size:

Borrow the ring she already has

This one is the most obvious options and at the same time the most boring one. Ask your partner for her ring and take this ring to the jeweller, he will measure it and will make the ring of your choice in the same size. Doing this will spoil the surprise for your partner who may guess the reason.

Trace a ring

Tracing your partner’s ring is better than borrowing it. How shall you do it, you ask? Well, trace the inner diameter of the ring by drawing its circumference on the paper, this will give the jeweller an idea of the ring size and he will make one of the same sizes.

While this isn’t the perfect way of getting the size of the ring, it can help the jeweller get a rough idea of size.

Take help from friends

Who can help you better than your partner’s friends? Friends know each other inside out, and so, they will not only help you with the ring size but may also come up with some amazing tips to make your proposal a special one.

These were a few tips to help you know your beloved’s ring size. However, the first point will give the best idea, the last two would just be a help as there’s no real substitute for using a proper ring sizer. Also, bear it in mind that in case of the approximate ring size, always get a bigger size than a small one; the larger size is easier to resize than a smaller size.
We guess these will help you in buying the correct size diamond engagement ring for your girl. All the best with your purchase.