When it comes to proposing marriage, not everyone wants the same thing. Some people want their family involved, and others would prefer an intimate, private proposal. Because proposing is such a special time in your and your partner’s lives, you want to do something unique that neither of you will ever forget. Here are some fun ways you can propose.
If you and your partner are adventurous, you could plan a fun scavenger hunt with the proposal at the end. When planning the scavenger hunt, take your partner to places that might be special to you both. You can even drop by restaurants with special meaning to you and ask if they’d be willing to help.
If you’re placing clues in public spaces, make sure you hide them, so curious passersby don’t do anything with them. It would also be a good idea to ask a friend or family member to be with your partner, in case they need any help.
At the end of the scavenger hunt, you could be waiting at a table set for a romantic dinner. You could choose to have the ring serve as a napkin ring or keep it in your pocket until you’re ready to propose.
A photo book is a fun way to memorialize the exact moment of the proposal without having to hire a photographer to hide somewhere when you do propose. After you get situated into the booth, pull out the ring, and the photo booth will do the rest. Make sure you don’t forget to get the photos after you leave the booth. You’ll want those memories forever.
Do you and your partner love to sit outside on your patio and enjoy the sounds of nature? If you do, using your retractable canopy could be a very unique way to propose. You could either create a lovely graphic asking your partner to marry you or simply print out large letters and pin them to the canopy. Whatever you do, you want to ensure that you don’t get something too stiff that won’t fold up when the canopy is closed.
When you’re outside with your partner, you could casually open the canopy and wait for your partner to see it or point it out to them. Either way, they’ll love your creativity.
Sometimes special moments aren’t complete without all of our loved ones present. If your partner is very close to their family, you should consider planning a family dinner where you propose. You could propose a toast at some point in the meal to get everyone’s attention and then propose.