Ready to ask the question, but you’re not sure how to make your proposal unique? Coming up with the right way to ask those 4 short words (“Will you marry me?) A challenge, even for guys who can be romantic on a daily basis you probably think it should be a significant proposal -. Something they will never forget. It should be adjusted to your relationship. Phew, that’s a lot of pressure.
But do not worry, we have some great ideas to help your proposal even more memorable. Plus, check out these tips for relieving this magic moment in your “happily ever after!”
Choose a romantic location.
Thus, the restaurant where your first date, the rooftop bar where you get your first kiss or the place where you first said, “I love you.” To go back to that locale now as the backdrop for your proposal shows that your relationship has come full circle.
Surprise her by sharing it with family and friends at this time.
They could be present, maybe at a family gathering or a holiday dinner. Or, if you want the proposal to be just the two of you, you could decide to have your closest loved ones just out of sight, perhaps looking up from a nearby vantage point. After you pop the question and she says “yes,” wave everyone in for a big group hug and many congratulations. It’s the best of both worlds – you get a nice, intimate moment only and then have all your favourite people share in your happiness immediately after that.
Hire a professional photographer.
He or she can hang around your proposal to place and secretly capture beautiful pictures of your proposal scene. Professional photographers know how to capture the light, make your body even more magical and positioning themselves getting excellent for a priceless shot of the look on her face as she realizes what is happening. It’s a big trend right now to invest in professional photography – these images are much too valuable to risk losing through dead camera batteries or other errors non-pros.
Do you have a song that is significant to both of you? Or, she does remember the first song you ever danced slowly? (You can ask her subtly, without giving away your plan.) With a sweet melody playing in the background raises your proposal for “unforgettable” status.
Do it earlier in the evening.
Rather than proposing at the conclusion of the night, immediately after a romantic dinner, concert or other activity, starting at the place where you can pop the question and then enjoy an evening full of events you have planned. You won’t be nervous all through the night that way.
Speak from the heart.
You can be up to anything, but it is the words that you say that makes your proposal truly one-of-a-kind. Tell her you love her, yes, but also tell her if you knew she was The One. If you told your best friend on your first date you knew she was an important person in your life, then add these to your proposal “speech.” Then talk about what you want to share in your future with her.
Whatever you do, do not read written speech word for word. You can sound awkward, lose the connection of looking into her eyes, and she may wonder if you have found one of those phrases or quotes online. Just write down some key phrases or things you want to specify on a ‘cheat sheet’ and you’ll be okay. Make sure you take a deep breath! Speak slowly, and if you shed a few tears, it just makes it all even more memorable.
Make sure she’ll be comfortable with a public proposal before involving a large crowd of people. Some people don’t like being the center of attention. Gauge her feelings on public suggestions before you arrange for those “Will you marry me?” proposal at a sporting event or serenade her with a flash mob in the park. Don’t be that guy who proposes in exorbitant fashion, not only to see his dead sweetheart – or worse – shaking her head “no” and run away.