Bought the ring now set the mood – Great Wedding Proposal Ideas
Have you seen the increase in jewelry commercial ads?
Are you receiving an extra ordinary amount of Jewelry Catalogues to your home?
Well if you haven’t noticed let me be the first to tell you (insert Oprah voice)
It Is Engagement Season!!!!!!
Yes, we are in full Holiday swing and during this time of year from November to January, most marriage proposals (approximately 39 percent) take place between Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day.
Men have Duck Hunting season and women have Engagement Season.
So what say you fellas? You have bought the ring now here are some awesome ideas to set the mood to ask your girl to marry you.
Best Public Wedding Proposal Ideas
Have a flair for the dramatic? Get in touch with the stage manager of an appropriately themed production and propose after the cast’s curtain call.
Take out a full-page ad in a newspaper you know your girlfriend reads daily.
Arrange a surprise proposal with a street caricaturist. Have him sketch a picture of you two with word bubbles. Yours will read, “Will you marry me?” and hers will say, “Yes!”
Best At-Home Wedding Proposal Ideas
For a simple surprise, after she goes to bed, go to her jewelry box and replace her everyday ring with the engagement ring. She’ll be completely shocked in the morning when she goes to put on her regular ring.
Write her a love note with the proposal at the end of it. Tuck it into her favorite book or the one she happens to be reading at the moment, and when she finds the note, surprise her with the ring.
Turn off all the lights in your apartment and make a trail of candles that leads to a circle of votives positioned around the ring.
Best Tech Wedding Proposal Ideas
Create your own podcast proposal and sneak it onto her iPod.
Upload a video of your proposal to YouTube (tell her you have a hysterical home movie to show her).
Steal her digital camera and head to her favorite local outdoor spot. Bring a friend with you and have posters made with the words “will,” “you,” “marry” and “me?” Have your friend photograph you holding each one in a different position. Then, let her know you borrowed her camera and ask her to upload the photos.
These are just some ideas that I really like. Go to The Knot article below for the 50 Romantic Ways to Propose.