Cornwall LivingIssue #120
Spring a proposal
Spring is the time for new life and renewed hope, which makes it the perfect time to get down on one knee.
Picture this: the dark winter days are over, colourful flowers can be seen everywhere, and people seem to have a ‘spring’ in their step. With restrictions lifting around Covid, this spring could make the start of a new beginning for everybody.
Spring is the time for new life, new hope and new excitement, which makes it one of the perfect times to pop the question. Ethica Diamonds have come up with a handy little guide with some ideas on how to perfect your spring proposal. Having started business in 2011, Ethica have hundreds of reviews, all crediting the five-star service that they receive from the customer service team.
Led by company owner Elaine and her daughter, Emily, Ethica specialise in sustainable and eco-friendly lab-grown jewellery. Based in the heart of Truro, they offer two types of stones: the Ethica Diamond, their lab-grown gemstone; and lab-grown diamonds. There are plenty of factors to consider when purchasing an engagement ring, but thanks to Ethica, the ethics are not one of them, leaving more time for you to come up with the perfect spring proposal, safe in the knowledge that their jewellery is made using kind, not mined, gemstones and diamonds, with Fairtrade metal used where possible.
With daffodils ‘springing’ up all over the place, why not take your partner to a field of flowers for a picnic – a lovely intimate, and beautiful location, to pop the question. Tehidy woods is a great place to do this. You could also take them to a breathtaking viewpoint, for example Lizard Point, or perhaps the headland overlooking the lighthouse at Godrevy? Ethica have lots of spring proposal ideas on their website, so be sure to head there for more inspiration!
However you plan to propose, if you’re ready to start the search for engagement rings, be sure to get in touch with Ethica Diamonds.