Asking someone to marry you is a MAJOR life moment. You are asking someone to promise their life to you. A marriage proposal is something that should be celebrated and executed flawlessly.
This is the beginning of your journey to marital bliss. Most weddings are planned and executed by the bride, her family, and her planner. This is your chance to do something special. Asking someone to marry you is not as simple as taking a knee and pulling out a ring. There are personal items to set up, things to plan for, a flow of how the day will go both before and after you pop the question.
Most marriage proposals involve a lack of planning which leads to a poor presentation or execution. If you do plan a great proposal, how will you execute it? Will you leave the office early? Will you make phone calls in the car? Where will you keep everything you have purchased so your significant other won’t find it? Will you recruit your friends and family to help you. . . is that romantic?
There is a lot of pressure put on marriage proposals. You want your person to be excited, to be surprised. You should be proud of what you have put together. It should be a fun and exciting experience. The only thing you should be worrying about is what you are going to say.
Remember, a diamond can be upgraded. A story cannot.
Here are some ideas to get you started. Of course the sky is the limit and we can source and execute almost anything.
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These styled proposal ideas were featured on Southern Bride. You can see the post here.
If you have any questions I would love to chat.
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