It’s almost midnight and you are on your laptop, quietly searching the internet for ideas on how to pop the question to your significant other. You have gotten the ring that she wants, and you might have also started on your marriage proposal speech, but you still have no idea how or when you will pop the question.
Worry not because we see you, and we got your back. When it comes to proposing, we all know you need to put some thought into it. You know your loved one best, and you’ll have an idea of how she wants her wedding proposal to happen.
Are you a laid back couple who does not want anything too extravagant? Go with a romantic dinner date or cruise and pop the question. Does the love of your life enjoy grand gestures and public declarations of love and admiration? Go all out and get her to say I do with banners and a marching band!
Here are some unforgettable proposal ideas that are easier to pull off than you think.
1. Set Up A Treasure Hunt.
A treasure hunt is a great way to make your partner’s heart skip a beat. First, write clues on pieces of paper and hide them around the house. Make sure that each clue leads to the next one until you reach your final destination. You can have fun with this by using pictures or words for your hints leading up to the treasure.
For example, if you want to propose marriage, consider making a sign that says “Will you marry me?” instead of simply saying it outright! If you plan to set-up a wedding proposal treasure hunt at night, light the path with these warm-toned LED lights for a more romantic mood.
2. Bring in the Herd (of goats, that is).
This idea is for quirky, out of the box couples who just love to be silly- at the expense of the other, most of the time. Goats can be a great way to get a crowd’s attention. They’re loud, fun, and adorable—plus they add to the whole “the world’s gone haywire” motif of this unforgettable wedding proposal.
Plus, if you’re trying to keep it on the down-low from your loved one, you can always tell them that there are just some chickens out for a stroll in the park when you ask them to meet up at noon on Saturday at the spot where their favorite goat hangs out! This crazy proposal idea is definitely a moment to remember!
3. Make a Romantic Video and Show it at a Family Gathering.
A romantic video is a great way to propose, especially if you’re not sure of her answer. You can make the video as short, sweet and romantic as possible.
You can also include your friends and family members in the video so that your significant other feels like she is part of your lives. You can also use music in the background or have some scenes where you take her hand and show her things that may be special to both of you together such as a beach or an amusement park ride.
Add something personal such as pictures of yourself at different ages along with pictures showing how much she means to you throughout your relationship together up until now!
4. Use Scrabble Tiles to Spell Out A Marriage Proposal on Your Coffee Table
Find a set of Scrabble tiles and start thinking about how to spell out your proposal. If there’s a specific word that means something significant to the two of you, try using those letters in the tiles and arranging them on your tables so that they form that word! It will look like an amazing work of art and will be sure to impress your partner!
5. Take Her On A Boat Ride That Ends in a Romantic Dinner and A Wedding Proposal With An Engagement Ring at Sunset
Romantic settings are important for a wedding proposal. Whether it’s in front of the Eiffel Tower, at sunset on a beach or under a gazebo on a rooftop overlooking the city, you want to make sure that your partner feels as special as possible.
For your romantic dinner, you can always book a fancy restaurant, or to make it more special, arrange your own fancy dinner for two! Get a little help from this romantic Valentine’s date tablescape idea for your wedding proposal!
If you’re looking for unique proposal ideas, these are just some of the romantic wedding proposal ideas that should do the trick. Whether you like a fun, out-of-the-box wedding proposal or you are more into the classic, relaxed, and romantic mood, there are plenty of ideas to choose from. Best of luck and put a ring on it!