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‘Tis the Season of Romance! – Our Top 5 Holiday Proposal Ideas.
Are you thinking of popping the question? One in four grooms propose to their brides over the holiday season. Gathering with family and friends makes you feel closer to the person you are dating, setting the scene for one of the most romantic events in your life.
It’s nerve wracking trying to come up with something that is both romantic and memorable. We ‘ve put together our top 5 proposal ideas for the holidays.
- PictureBook of your favorite memories together.
This is an opportunity for you to put in one place all those great selfies that you have been taking since you have met! You can tell the story of the place where you first met, your first date and share your thoughts of that time. It is said that a picture says a thousand words, imagine what a picture book will say. Not only will the time that she flips through the pages be exciting with the anticipation of the last page where you pop the question ““Will you Marry me?” You will have a keepsake that you can look back on for generations to come.
- Gather the help of restaurants, museums even zoos.
Many top restaurants, museums and parks have a policy of helping guys out when it’s time to ask the question, and some go to outrageous lengths. If you’re planning to be among the many who get engaged this holiday season, you might want to consider some of these alternatives.
- Write your proposal in the snow, use Xmas lights, or better yet, rose petals
Winter is perfect for snuggling up and romantics nights with the one you love. Writing the words in the snow is both magical and romantic. The Xmas lights can also be the perfect backdrop to your proposal photos.
- Adorn your Xmas tree with personalized ornaments. Your tree topper can be “Will you marry me?” Put it on after she has seen the tree.
Adorn your Xmas tree with ornaments that are personalized with memorable moments from your relationship or all the things that you love about her. After she has read and looked through all the ornaments you can add your tree topper with the big question.
- Romantic night in.
If you are more of a low-key guy, instead of proposing in a crowded restaurant, you can opt for a romantic night in and hire a chef for a romantic, home-cooked meal. Be sure to make your proposal unforgettable by incorporating all five senses: candles; romantic scents, cinnamon or lavender; a roaring fire and romantic music in the background. Chances are you’re going to be nervous, so write down what you want to say and make sure you rehearse it a few times before the big moment.
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