Planning the Perfect Proposal
Discover 6 tips on how you can make your proposal amazing!
Want your marriage proposal to be amazing? Check out these pro tips for proposing with style:
Choose the Right Setting
We’ve all been blown away by those amazing public proposals in romantic settings like the tops of the Eiffel tower, or where flash mobs are involved, and they can be perfect, but only if the person you’re proposing to is into that kind of thing. For some people public proposals are amazing, but for others, a private affair is entirely more suitable. So, before you decide on the public or private issue, really think about what your intended would like. Get it wrong and it could be a disaster!
If you can, try to choose somewhere picturesque or fancy to propose. It’s an important moment, so you want all of your memories to be amazing, and having the right setting will help with that. Whether it’s a mountain, beach, of fancy restaurant doesn’t matter, just make it special.
Personalizing your proposal will make it even more special for both of you. So, if you both have a special place that’s meaningful to you as a pair, pop the question there, or if you know your fiancee values ethical fashion, consult with a ring concierge for the perfect diamond. It doesn’t matter what little touches you add, just be sure to add some details that shows them you pay attention and you care.
Hiring a professional photographer and videographer is a great idea. It allows you to forever capture the moment when you agree to join together as one. Of course, if your budget doesn’t stretch to that you can have friends or family capture the moment instead. Oh, and if your bride to be is more on the shy private side, you may want to do something a little more subtle, like a selfie, to capture the moment instead.
If you’re stressed out, you may end up stumbling over your words or being so paralyzed that you can’t even get the words out. So, do everything you can to plan for the proposal in advance and then relax. You can do no more than ask the question - the outcome of whether there will be a wedding or not is not ultimately up to you and there is no point sweating about it.
Plan a Celebration
If they say yes, what happens then? Some proposals end up being an anti-climax because once the question has been asked and answered, things are just left hanging. Don’t let that happen to you by planning a celebration for after the main event. This could be a simple picnic for the two of you in your spot or an arrangement to meet up with friends and family at a favourite bar - it doesn’t matter much as long as you make sure there’s something to do to keep the celebratory mood going for as long as possible.
Planning a proposal that wows is, as you can see, way easier than you might think. Good luck!
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