The Secret Of A Successful Proposal

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Scott Kirkland, Getty Images / King Jewelers

Scott Kirkland, Getty Images / King Jewelers

[photogallerylink id=9292 align=right] I don’t think many women would turn down [lastfm link_type=""]Randy Houser[/lastfm] if he got down on one knee and proposed, especially if he was holding a custom 300-diamond halo ring to do it with.  When Randy asked Jessa Lee Yantz to marry him he did it with a hand made ring, which has since been transformed into a custom 300 diamond halo ring.  Nice huh?

Yantz said yes in July, and Randy took the ring back to where he bought it originally. From there, the newly-engaged couple added some personal touches to reflect the bride-to-be’s unique style — namely, a double halo containing 5.5 carats (that’s more than 300 stones) set in 18-karat gold.  I won’t bore you with, as the jeweler describes as “the complexity of a hand made ring of this degree,” but what I will say is that they are both very much in love with each other and deserve nothing but the best. Randy sums it up best when he says: ”Jessa makes me a better person every day, and I look forward to spending the rest of my life with her.”

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