Tips for a Creative Marriage Proposal Idea

You’ve been together for years now and June is nearly approaching. Isn’t she giving you hints that she can hear the bells ringing?


Gentlemen, it won’t be too much to ask you to prepare a creative wedding proposal for your dear future wife. Just imagine the joy in her smile and twinkle in her eyes as she hears you say the words, “Will you marry me?”  But before you go on fancying for her sweet yes, here are some things you might want to consider:


Find the perfect place to kneel down on one knee

The ambiance of your wedding proposal should suit both of your interests. If you are bookworms, a cozy reading place is a good idea. You must also consider if your girl wants a private proposal or a public one. If she prefers the latter, you may choose a popular wedding venue like Tagaytay. Or you may also take her to the place where you first met.


Gather the romantic stuff you’ll need

Prepare the most awaited wedding ring. Don’t you dare leave it somewhere and be empty handed on the moment you’re going to blurt out your proposal. Also, if you prepared for a scavenger hunt, make sure you properly put all the clues around the area. Or if you want her walk way be filled with petals, make sure it’s from her favorite flowers.


Make her melt with your words

Remember, we want this proposal to be creative at its best. So, what you say must also be unique, make butterflies in her stomach go wild, and will make her melt and just softly say her sweetest yes.


Just take the marriage proposal of Mr. Darcy of Pride and Prejudice as an example, “You have bewitched me, body and soul, and I love, I love, I love you. I never wish to be parted from you from this day on.” If you don’t know him, you better find out, this fictional character made lots of women from all ages squeal out of delight because of his confession.
But remember that your proposal will always depend on your relationship, on your hobbies and interests, it must always be inclined to the two of you. Lastly, don’t be stressed out and just put in all your love and efforts and it will surely pay off in the end.

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About Tess Gabut

Tess Gabut is the Consultant and Operations Manager of Villa De Oro (VDO) – Tagaytay. Aside from managing VDO, she also teaches Human Resource Development, Cost/ Systems Control in an academe in Las Pinas City. You can follow her at Google

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