A GUIDE TO PROPOSING
CAPTURE THE MOMENT
Hiring a professional photographer to capture this special moment is something you will both cherish for years. You can ask the photographer to hide close to your proposal spot and covertly capture amazing photos of your proposal scene.
Expert photographers know how to capture the light, make your setting look magical, and position themselves perfectly to get the priceless look on their face when they realize what’s happening. Investing in a pro is definitely recommended – these images are too important to risk losing because of dead camera batteries.
TIMING IS EVERYTHING
Instead of proposing at the end of the night, after a romantic dinner, carriage ride, concert, or other activity, start off at the place where you’ll pop the question. Choosing to propose earlier in the evening helps make sure you’re not nervous all night, and you get to enjoy an evening filled with the events that you’ve planned.
Whether you’re planning the proposal down to the minute or are waiting to arrive at the perfect spot, be prepared to go with the flow. Don’t rush eating the beautiful dinner you made or start running to make it to the top of the hill at sunset. The moment needs to feel right for you.
Plan Something Special
You’ve found the love of your life and you want to make sure that your proposal speaks as loudly as your love. With a little planning and attention to detail, we’re sure you’ll both remember this day forever.
Ask the parents
Maybe your partner comes from a traditional family or it’s something that’s important to you. Asking for their parent’s blessing is a wonderful way to include and bond with your future in-laws, and your partner will probably think it’s sweet!
Keep It Personal
You’ve found someone that you want to spend the rest of your life with. Make sure you show them just how much they mean to you by adding personal touches to your proposal.
SPEAK FROM THE HEART
SHARE YOUR MOMENT
Why not have your friends and family around to share in your moment? This can make an already exciting experience even more moving. You could even ask for help to make a more complicated proposal go off without a hitch.
Another option is to have your friends and family waiting to meet you after the proposal. This is the best of both worlds! You get a lovely, intimate moment alone, and then all of your favorite people are there to share in your happiness right after.
KEEP IT A SURPRISE!
After all this planning, the last thing you want is for your partner to find out the big plan! Coming up with a convincing backstory for the day-of will help you keep your cool. Also, make sure not to act too weird in the days (or months) leading up to it!