Do Make It Meaningful To Both You And Your Partner
Think of the things that have made you and your partner the couple you are over the years and see what you can incorporate into your proposal. Making it meaningful for both of you will ensure it’s a special day that neither of you ever forget. Make sure you don’t just create a proposal that is meaningful for you, either - more on this later.
Don’t Start Acting Strangely Before You Pop The Question
A proposal can make you start acting really strangely a few hours, or even a few days beforehand. The last thing you want is to cause an argument with your partner when this is supposed to be one of the most special and memorable days of your life. Take some deep breaths and have some calming exercises up your sleeve for times you feel yourself getting tense. If you want this to be a surprise, at the very least, your partner could guess what you’re going to do if you start acting strangely.
You want to find the right engagement ring for your lovely bride right? Then consider waiting to buy the real thing. Choosing the ring together is becoming more commonplace, as women love to have a say in the jewelry they will wear forever. If you’re unsure of the sort of style she would like (bear in mind she’ll be wearing this every day) then you should wait to choose it with you.
Don’t Propose Without A Ring At All
However, if you are going to do the modern thing and choose the ring together, don’t even think about proposing without a ring at all. You should purchase one from a jeweler with a flexible exchange policy or borrow a family ring until you two can decide on the right one together. It may not seem like a serious proposal if you do it without a ring.
Do Be Sensible With The Ring/Proposal
When you have a ring to propose with, don’t put it in food or tie it to an animal. Be sensible - this isn't a movie and you don’t want anything to go wrong.
Don’t Propose For Yourself
You might love baseball, but proposing at a game maybe your other half’s worst nightmare. Think of it as proposing for them, rather than to them. How can you make this as exciting as possible for them?
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