You’re in love and now you finally have a greater understanding of what cut, colour, clarity and carat weight means when it comes to diamonds. Now that you have finished agonizing over the ring, you’ve booked an arranged viewing at a jewellery store like Mitchel & Co, you have it in your hand, the following panic episode comes along and now you start to stress about how you’re going to propose. The 1st concept that pops into your head possibly goes along the lines of, I like you, you like me so why don’t we get married, and then you give your sweetheart her ring.
If both of you actually love each other the answer will probably still be yes but girls dream of that perfect marriage proposal so you should consider what your fiancé would like. Get out the dictionary and look up the word romantic, yes a marriage proposal should be romantic and remarkable. Apart from the actual wedding ceremony when you both say ‘I do’, this will probably be the most romantic day of your relationship so far and you need to make it as special as possible. There are some wonderful stories about the enormous lengths that some men have gone to when proposing and although the budget may not stretch that far in some cases; they can provide you with some inspiration to help be creative. Before settling on any explicit concept it is imperative that you think about your fiancés personal preferences. Proposing in the middle of Time Square with ‘will you marry me’ flashing on each billboard while you kneel down, could be the most romantic concept for some women; whilst some prefer a more intimate environment. Here are only a few concepts that may hopefully get you on the road to making that special moment for your loved one.
If you’re both art lovers and visit studios regularly then try to ask your favourite gallery owner to help out. Create a customized marriage proposal message, have it framed and when you next visit ensure that it is displayed for everyone to see. This is bound to get you a big yes.
One of the most romantic settings to pop the big question is while having a picnic somewhere that you have prepared. That somewhere always helps if it is floating above the earth in a hot air balloon perhaps. If your financial position allows you might get a farmer to cut your proposal message in their field and as you float over in the balloon you can point down and pop the question. That’s a memory that both of your will treasure for your entire lives.
Although the majority of these do call for a tiny bit of expense, the memories will last forever. One last proposal tip that always wins the day, is to propose in the first restaurant that you went out on a date. Talk with the owner in advance and they are going to be very pleased to give you a secluded corner with the lights dimmed.