Are you planning to propose to the love of your life? The proposal is the second most memorable moment of a marriage, just behind the wedding day. Ideas for proposals are just one of the things that a future groom thinks about. When thinking of a special way to propose, consider what kind of person she is and what is special to her. There’s so much to think of, in the lead-up to the big event, here are 9 ways to propose that will surely get her “YES”.
Whether it’s a park, a rooftop, or a garden, choose a favorite place that has significance to the two of you. Once you’re there, you can ask someone nearby to take a picture of you together, and instead of posing, drop down on one knee. A great way to do it is to add some wedding decoration to have a feel of the moment.
Why not go out for a night of dancing and fun? You can ask the DJ to pass you the microphone so you can dedicate a song and propose on the dance floor.
You can take out a full-page ad in a newspaper, and then pick the perfect spot to have a relaxing morning of catching up on current events. Another twist on this idea is to call into a broadcasting station and then make sure your fiancé-to-be is listening when your proposal is on the air.
Do you both love to travel? Then, planning a romantic destination getaway for two will be a great idea. You can propose at 35,000 feet and run your plan with the help of the flight attendants. When you’re on the plane, use the loudspeaker system.
You can rent a scooter or bike to tour around the city. Invite your fiancé-to-be for a ride but remind here to be safe and wear a helmet. Hand over the helmet with the ring box already in it, and then you can zip around the city to celebrate.
After a long day of sightseeing, have a drink in the hotel bar. When it’s time to go, have roses, candles, champagne, and everything you need for a perfect surprise proposal all set up in your hotel room.
Fill a favorite room in your home with photographic memories from your relationship. You can hang them from balloons or cover the walls with them for a jaw-dropping surprise. Add a twist by turning off all the lights in your home and make a trail of candles that leads to a circle of pledge positioned around the ring.
Cook a five-star-worthy meal of all your fiancé-to-be’ favorite foods and propose over dessert. Or, if you think that it’ll be challenging for you to cook her favorites, you can put together a gift basket of her favorite yummy treats and hide the ring, in its box, among the presents.
Ask a baker to make a custom cake with the proposal written in frosting. Then, have the cake displayed in the storefront and take your partner window shopping. Bring the cake home to share and celebrate afterward. You can add in another surprise for your fiancé-to be by inviting family and friends prepare a simple celebration at home.
After a successful proposal, wedding ideas will certainly come next. For more wedding tips, you can sign up at BG Bridal Gallery.