You’ve got the ring, and the date, so now all that’s left is for you to get down on one knee and pop the question to your best friend. You don’t want to pop the question on any old outing. You should put a little thought into it.
That being said, you don’t want to do the clich ring in a champagne glass or ring in a baked good either. You want them to be able to remember the moment for the rest of their lives so it needs to be extravagant.
To help you hear them shout that one little word that you’re waiting to hear, here are a few creative proposal ideas.
When you’re out shopping for rose gold engagement rings, consider heading to the shelter and picking up a puppy or kitty (whichever one your partner prefers). Tie the ring and a note to their collar and done.
Your partner won’t know which to be excited about more, the proposal or their new fur child. If you already have a pet at home, you can get the same amount of excitement from using them as well. Cute is cute after all.
Don’t have the money for an engagement photographer? No problem. You can head to a photo booth and do something even more special.
As soon as the shutter starts going, pull out the ring and wait for them to notice it. The booth will snap each and every excited expression frame by frame.
Make a game out of your proposal by sending them on a scavenger hunt. Brainstorm a few places that are meaningful to your relationships such as the place you first kissed or the place where you went on your first date.
Send them to these places with written notes or your recorded voice. At the end of the trail, you’ll be there to wait for them with the ring.
If you’re both really into literature or you’re a writer, consider writing them a poem that ends in you asking them to marry you. If they are a literary savant and you’re not that’s okay. You can cut a chunk out of a book and put the ring in it.
They may say yes, or they may yell at you for defacing a work of literature. Either way, you’ll have their attention.
There are places where you can make a customized puzzle. You can invite your partner over to complete one that has your marriage proposal question on it.
Once the last piece is in place, get down on one knee and wait for them to give you their answer.
You’ve got your ring and the date for your proposal in your head, now all that’s left is to ask the question. While you could just ask them straight out, you want them to remember the day for the rest of their life.
Try out any one of these unique proposal ideas to bring tears to their eyes. In a good way hopefully.
Did your partner enjoy their proposal? Now you’ve got to plan a wedding. Check out our Daily Distractions for a few ideas.
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