The holidays are the perfect time to propose. People are feeling all warm and cozy, and the general mood is great with family and friends celebrating time together. Why not add another level of love to this time of year by asking your true love to marry you?
If Christmas time is special for your families then use that time of year to pop the question. Here are some fun ways to ask, “Will you marry me?”
If you want to share the whole experience with friends and family and give them a story to tell for years to come, then create a Secret Santa where you get your fiance-to-be! The gift is sure to shock not only them but everyone else playing the game. If they are all in on it, you can make it even more fun with gifts for everyone else that include your loved one’s favourite things leading up to the last big open.
Oh Mr Snowman
If you’re feeling adventurous and can keep an eye on your prize then a fun way to propose is with Frosty! For this to work, you both have to have a bit of a child still in you and be in the holiday spirit. As you share the time together building your snowman you’re not only creating a great memory but can share conversation leading up to the big proposal without your significant other not even knowing! Then smooth as can be, you slide the ring around the carrot nose, or use it as one of your snowman’s buttons and wait for it to be seen. It’s all on bended knee from there followed by hugs and kisses! Check out this great snowman proposal.
Your Very Own Ornament
A sweet and sentimental way to propose during the holidays that will also provide you both with a very special ornament is too make your ring part of the tree. You can choose to either propose on the day you set up the tree, handing them the special ornament filled with your ring to hang or add it to the tree one night and wait for them to come home and see it! Once you retrieve the actual ring, the rest of the unique ornament can remain on the tree for years to come.
Happy New Year
If you’d like to kick off 2018 with an extra spring in your step, then New Years Eve is the time to plan for your proposal. Plan a romantic dinner before the big countdown and use your dessert course to pop the question to your sweetheart or take full advantage of the final countdown and ask the question as you start the new year off!