Friday, November 12, 2010
Pretty romantic when you consider that nature played a big part in their engagement as well.
“Andrew proposed in the hometown I grew up in as a child, and while I was showering he drove up to a waterfall I used to hang out at to hide the ring, champagne glasses and a bottle of champagne there,” Grose said. “We went for a walk, and he proposed on top of a huge rock at the bottom of the waterfall.”
And the Verragio ring couldn’t have arrived at a more opportune time, said Grose; it arrived just two weeks before the wedding.
Grose admitted that this may not have been her first win, she had previously won an Alaska cruise, but winning a Verragio ring is something that will last a lifetime.
“The side detail on my ring is absolutely gorgeous and I get so many compliments on it,” Grose said. “I think any girl that gets to wear this is so lucky.”