Holiday Marriage Proposal Ideas
On New Year's Eve, sneak away to a romantic spot just before midnight and propose as the perfect start to the brand new year. Then celebrate with a kiss and plenty of champagne.
Surprise your fiance with a pet you've always liked to get together (bunny, kitten, puppy) under the Christmas tree and tie the ring around its neck. Or substitute a stuffed animal— still adorable, but less care!
On the days leading up to February 14, plant Valentine's Day cards (such as those you used to give out to classmates in third grade) with sweet messages written inside across the home. Then on Valentine's Day, present them with a box of chocolates including, you guessed it, the ring.
Propose during your local fireworks show on the Fourth of July. Work with a professional to set up a private message in sparklers that spells out "Marry me?"
Throw a Halloween jack-o'-lantern carving contest for friends and family where everyone reveals their layouts. Unveil your pumpkin carved with your suggestion last.
AtWork Marriage Proposal Ideas
Creep into your soon-to-be fiance's office or classroom before they arrive in the morning and compose your suggestion on blackboard or their desk. Until they show up, stay concealed from sight.
Offer to heat up their auto, before your associate leaves for work and scrape snow and the ice off their windows. Then scratch on your proposal into the ice.
With assistance from your soon-to-be fiance's coworkers, program a last-minute meeting toward the end of the day. Then whisk them away to a romantic place to propose.
Home Made Marriage Proposal Ideas
Gather a whole lot of your friends and family for a party and have everyone put on a T-shirt or take balloons filled with helium (otherwise they will not float) bearing one of the letters in the phrase, "Will you marry me?" Then during the celebration suggest a group picture to reveal the message.
Spell your proposal out in glow-in-the-dark star stickers on your ceiling. Get into bed, turn the lights off and wait for the gasp. Refrigerator magnet letters work too!
Throwback to your childhood using a proposition composed in sidewalk chalk in your street or driveway.
Create makeshift letters that spell out, "Will you marry me?" using anything from coloured duct tape (against a wall or a part of poster board) to scrapbooking materials. Surprise your partner by means of your development at house work, or the park. (Not crafty? Hire a graffiti artist to write out an artistic marriage proposal in huge letters!)
Spring and Summer Marriage Proposal Ideas
When everything is in bloom propose in a blossom or botanical garden.
Have a buddy or family member set up a picnic—complete with wine and cheese, of course— in a park for you. Afterward come up with an alibi for taking a hike where you will stumble upon this surprise proposal picnic.
Select a place for some summer stargazing (it's even more perfect if there's a meteor shower or lunar eclipse anticipated) and propose under the night sky.
Propose a berry-picking excursion to make some fresh summer pies. Tell your partner you have located the most perfect berry they have to see once you're out there. Instead of fruit that is mature, they'll see the ring as well as you.
On the night before a beach day you have planned, compose a love poem on a piece of parchment paper, roll it into an antique bottle using a cork and bury it in a well marked place in the sand near your towels. Be certain you "locate" the bottle as you dig together—and be prepared with the ring.