Playful Marriage Proposal Ideas
Pull off a miniature fake out by asking for your partner’s ring size in clear ways (bringing home a ring chart is one). When they accuse you of ruining the surprise that you just are shopping for a ring, say, “Okay, try this one instead.”
Cut out the bottom of a huge fridge carton, wrap it with pretty paper and ribbon, and attach a card that says, “What’s inside the box is a gift to last an eternity.” Then, “deliver” yourself to your soon-to-be fiance’s doorstep.
Make the ring the surprise in a box of Cracker Jack or in a Kinder Egg.
Reenact the scene of their favorite romantic movie. Go for the end of the film: Rent a white limousine, if it’s Pretty Woman and climb through the sunroof with flowers in hand as you arrive at her location, to proclaim your love.
At Work Marriage Proposal Ideas
Slip into your soon-to-be fiance’s office or classroom before they arrive in the morning and write your proposal on their desk or blackboard. Till they show up, stay concealed from sight.
Before your partner leaves for work, offer to heat their car up and scrape snow and the ice off their windows. Then scratch on your proposal into the ice.
With the help of your soon-to-be fiance’s coworkers, program a last minute assembly toward the end of the day. Then whisk them away to a romantic spot to propose.
Public Marriage Proposal Ideas
Pick a favourite area—whether it’s a fountain, resort rooftop, monument or national park—that’s personal importance to the two of you. Once you’re there, ask someone nearby to shoot a picture of you together, and instead of posing, drop down on one knee.
Have a choir, brass band or drum line show up for a surprise performance of your fiance-to-be’s favorite love song in a park or public location for your suggestion. If they can include your fiance’s name into the lyrics, for a really personal contact, ask the performers.
Touch base with the stage manager of your favorite production and propose after the curtain call of the cast. Phone ahead of time and see in the event that you can get a particular note or advertisement placement added into the playbill, which means you’ve got a keepsake of the proposal.
Arrange a surprise proposal using a street caricaturist. Have the caricaturist sketch a picture of you two with word bubbles that say, “Will you marry me?” and “Yes!”
Request the divers at an aquarium to put on a proposal show inside their largest fish tank. Give them a (waterproof) signal that says, “Will you marry me?” to hold up against the glass and then place yourselves for what will, at first, seem like feeding time.
Send your unsuspecting fiance-to-be on a treasure hunt that finishes with your suggestion. Start with a hint at home (a handwritten note or text message) that leads to a tour of your favourite places all over town.
Go out for a night of dancing and ask the DJ or bandleader to pass you the mic so you can dedicate a song and suggest on the dance floor.
Hire a skywriter to spell out your suggestion for everyone about to see.
Take out a full-page advertisement in a newspaper, then select the perfect place to truly have a relaxing morning of catching up on current events. Another spin on this particular idea is always to call into a radio station and then ensure your fiance-to-be when your proposal is on the air, is listening.
Holiday Marriage Proposal Ideas
On New Year’s Eve, sneak away to a romantic spot just before midnight and propose as the right beginning to the brand new year. Then observe with a kiss and plenty of champagne.
Surprise your fiance with a pet you have always wanted to get together (bunny, kitten, puppy) below the Christmas tree and tie the ring around its neck. Or replace a stuffed animal— still adorable, but less care!
On the days leading up to February 14, plant Valentine’s Day cards (like those you used to give out to classmates in third grade) with pleasant messages written inside across the home. Then on Valentine’s Day, present them with a box of chocolates featuring, 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 competition for friends and family where everyone reveals their designs. Unveil your pumpkin carved with your proposition last.