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every day, and she joined the women’s only Grace Belgravia gym, where an exclusive membership runs up to $7,800 a year. But even lovebirds who aren’t blue bloods are concerned about having a decent-looking proposal. After all, engagement photos cost $300 to $500, according to Shutterfly, and more than $1,000 if you’re looking to catch a surprise proposal on camera, like Paparazzi Proposals’ Times Square Big Screen package for $1,750. And according to Brides magazine’s 2016 American Wedding Survey , 60% of couples took engagement pix, and 39% posted photos and/or video of the proposal on social media, making this the biggest moment in a couple’s life before the actual wedding. And it doesn’t take a detective to guess when a partner will be getting down on bended knee, considering 1 in 4 couples told The Knot that they discussed marriage two years or more before getting engaged, and 1 in 3 shop for the ring together. Antonia Townsend suspected that John was going to pop the question while they were visiting his parents for Thanksgiving two years ago. “We had actually gone looking at rings together a few months before, and we had never gone to his parents’ place for the holidays,” Townsend, 46 from San Diego, told Moneyish. So the Enclosed lingerie company owner bumped up her yoga practice from four to six days a week (and an extra $250 for classes), working through power Vinyasa flows during intensive two-hour classes. She even looked up a studio near her boyfriend’s parents’ place so she wouldn’t miss a sweat session over the momentous holiday weekend.
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