How To Plan An Unforgettable Proposal

How To Plan An Unforgettable Proposal

How To Plan An Unforgettable Proposal

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How To Plan An Unforgettable Proposal

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The thought of proposing is exciting, but also nerve-wracking – especially if you’re planning for it to be a bigger event that other people might witness as it’s putting you in a very vulnerable position, however, if you’re set on the idea of going ahead with it, then you’ll no doubt want it to be perfect, so in this post we’re going to share with you how to plan an unforgettable proposal that hopefully you and your future wife will look back on fondly for years to come.

Decide if you’ll adopt tradition:

The old tradition of asking the woman’s father for permission to ask his daughter to marry you may not still be such commonplace anymore, but still the idea of it is nice and if you know that your partner and her family value tradition, and especially if she shares a close relationship with her father then this could be a nice touch that really shows a certain respect for her and her family, so it’s up to you to decide if this is a tradition you’re going to adopt for your proposal.

Pick a location:

When it comes to the location of the proposal, this is probably the biggest thing to think of and there are endless options. Of course, you should know your partner well enough to know what kind of place she’s going to like. Perhaps she loves nature, so you’d like to do a romantic proposal with a nighttime picnic in a park or even a forest – or perhaps she loves city skylines and so you’re thinking of taking up to the top of a high building with a great view and doing it there.

The whole point of the location is to make it personal, so even if there’s a place that means something to both of you – such as the place of your first date, then this is always going to be nicer than going for a cliché location like The Eifel Tower just for the sake of saying you proposed in Paris.

Choose the ring:

The ring is obviously a big part of a proposal, but although you do want it to be nice, you have to make sure you’re not going crazy with the price because we all know that diamonds are expensive, and really it shouldn’t be about the ring as much as it is. When it comes to picking the ring, then you should set your budget and then start looking – if you have no idea what you’re looking for, then your best bet is to get a trusted friend or family member of your partner on board who can help you pick it out since they’re going to know a lot more about the style she likes, the types of vvs diamonds available, and what kind of cut she’d like, etc.

Ensure it gets captured:

Although it seems like we’re living in an age where everyone is capturing everything we do on their phones, the upside to this is that we’re able to capture special moments that we can look back on later. So, if you want to record your proposal, then a good way to do this is to have someone video or photograph it while you do it. This can either be a friend, or a stranger, or you can even hire someone for the event.


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