Everyone wants their proposal to be epic, right?
So, without further ado, here are six creative proposal ideas to help you out!
The Public Event
Taking your love public is a great way to shout it from the rooftops. Now, there are a lot of options you can choose from when it comes to the outdoor proposal. One great way is to get the big question written on a billboard on a crowded street or during a sports event. You could also get it written in the skies or purchase a star and name it after your special someone.
The popularity of food culture has skyrocketed over the past few years, so give your special foodie a proposal that suits their lifestyle. You can easily get a pizza company to slap a special message on your delivery, often at no extra cost. But, you may want to go with something a bit classier unless your boo is a pizza fanatic. You can also order a custom made coffee mug that will reveal the question as your loved one savours their favorite drink.
Geeky wedding proposals are becoming a lot more mainstream lately and they can be catered to just about any fandom out there. One of the best ways to incorporate your geeky side into your proposal is to create a prop to replace the typical jewellery box. These can easily be made or bought online at a fair price. Some of our favourites include the Tardis, pokeball, and the snitch from Harry Potter!
You can also cater to the bookworm in your life by using a special notebook to do the proposing for you. You could also come up with a set of clues based on their favorite books to help create the perfect proposal scavenger hunt.
Like any good friend, Mother Nature is always up for lending a helping hand with your proposal. There are a lot of great ways to go about this, especially if the two of you love spending time outside. Hint hint: the great outdoors is the perfect setting for that geeky scavenger hunt.
You could also come up with your own custom kite that will reveal the message once in the air.
Ask For Help
Nothing says adorable like using something cute to help you propose. Of course, you can do this with just about any new pet, but be sure to keep your partner’s wants and needs in mind.
Cameras are a great way to ensure you have a memory of the special moment, but they can also help you propose. Ask someone close to you to be a part of your proposal by taking a photo of you and your partner. In your picture, show off the ring where your partner can’t see it and have someone photobomb the picture with a cue card. Once the photo has been taken, have your friend show you the picture and prepare for the light bulb to turn on!
If you happen to be dating someone that’s a bit of an adrenaline junkie, then propose while you’re on a roller coaster. Just as you’re about to go over the area with a camera, you and your friends can hold up signs with your proposal! Your partner won’t have a clue until you get to the bottom of the ride and view your photos!
And of course, no proposal is complete without an engagement ring!