4 Most Romantic Ways to Propose On Valentine’s Day!
You’ve met the love of your life and you can’t imagine a world without him or her in it. You’ve decided to take the leap and pop the question, but when should you do it? What better day to ask for a hand in marriage than the day that’s reserved for celebrating love? –Valentine’s Day! In fact, more than 41% of millennials agree that V-Day is the ideal day to get down on a bended knee (or to be asked to become a bride or groom). Such romantic proposals!
Now that you’ve figured out the perfect day and you have the perfect ring….sparkling cushion diamonds, perhaps?… you have to figure out an amazing way to pop the question. With so many people proposing on Valentine’s Day, you’ll want to make sure that your engagement stands out from the crowd. If you’re struggling to come up with a stellar idea, here’s a look at some romantic ways that you could ask your other half to spend the rest of his or her life with you and become your (hopeful) Mr. or Mrs.
4 Most Romantic Proposal Ideas
Prepare a Home-Cooked Meal
You could ask your sweetie to marry you over a romantic dinner at a 5-star restaurant, but that’s more than a little cliché. If you really want to make your proposal unique while still involving a romantic dinner, prepare a meal at home!
If you know your way around the kitchen, cook up your prospective fiancé’s favorite meal and propose over an elegantly set table for two. If boiling a pot of water is about all you can manage – or if you really want to pull out all the stops – hire a professional chef to cook for the two of you. You could even employ a white-gloved staff to tend to you while you dine.
By being in your home, the moment will be much more personal and way more romantic and memorable than a crowded restaurant.
Breakfast in Bed
There’s nothing that says “I love you” more than breakfast in bed; that is unless you add a proposal to it!
Wake up before your darling and whip up some breakfast. It doesn’t have to be fancy; even some frozen waffles set on a nice plate and topped with whipped cream, chocolate and strawberries should do the trick (of course, if you want to go all-out, you certainly can!)
Place his or her breakfast on a tray, complete with flowers, a mimosa, and the piece de resistance: an engagement ring. Waking up to a proposal is possibly the best way to start the day!
Recreate Your Valentine’s Day
If you’ve been together for a while, bring the past to life and recreate the first Valentine’s Day the two of you ever spent together. Take him or her to the same restaurant, go to the same movie theater, and walk along the same streets.
Present your love with the same flowers that you gave on your first V-Day together; but this time, wrap an engagement ring around the stems or vase and inscribe “will you marry me?” on the card.
Plan A Scavenger Hunt
If you and your partner are an adventurous couple that’s always up for something fun, how about turning your Valentine’s Day proposal into a scavenger hunt? Create a series of questions that will lead her or him on a quest. Once the final clue is solved and the last destination is reached, pop the question!
Whether it’s romantic proposals or creative proposals, plan your Valentine’s Day proposal as it sure to be remembered by both of you forever!. Cheers to a happily ever after!