You are so in love that you are prepared to get married. You want to propose right away but the idea of planning the entire event impairs you. Here are some general guidelines that we have compiled for the list of dos and don’ts from our event planning service expertise. These pointers will guide you on the right path and give you the confidence to carry out the ideal proposal.
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Starting with the Do’s
Do Know the Answer Ahead of Time
Do yourself a favor and make sure you know your partner will say yes before taking a risk with an elaborate and incredibly rare proposal. Before getting married, you and your partner should talk about it and agree on the terms.
Do Make It Momentous
Close your eyes, take a seat, and picture the ideal marriage proposal. Where exactly is it? Who will be there? Which details can you add to make it special and sentimental? Consider the memorable parts of your shared adventure and analyze each of the small events.
Do Keep Their Personality in Mind When Choosing your “Where”
An elaborate public engagement might not be your significant other’s style if they are extremely introverted and anxious in large crowds. Keep in consideration THEIR preferences when choosing the proposal location.
Do you Know Their Timetable?
On the day of the proposal, make sure to keep an eye on them, whether you do it yourself or ask an acquaintance or member of your family to monitor their whereabouts and plans. Choose a day and time when they will be feeling happy and at ease, so make sure you are aware of their schedule.
Do you Have a Backup Plan?
Every good organizer has a backup strategy. The weather can change rapidly. If you’re thinking about proposing outside in any way, be prepared with a few indoor locations in case Mother Nature chooses to act up.
Now for the Don’t’s
Don’t Be Too Stereotypical or Trendy
We’re not saying the standard baseball game blown-away proposal isn’t romantic, but make an effort to think outside the box. Additionally, make sure to pick a timeless spot.
Do Think About Permits
The last thing you want after spending weeks organizing a complex public proposal is to be asked to leave because you lack a permit. It’s preferable to be safe than sorry, so do your research.
Do Come Up with a Decoy Story
Put your creative thinking gear on and come up with a foolproof decoy scheme that won’t alarm your partner. Consider intriguing ideas that they won’t reject.
Don’t Sweat the Small Hiccups
It can be challenging to execute a plan when half the group is unaware of it, so try not to be too harsh on yourself if some of the details don’t go off without a hitch.
Don’t Blow the Secret
Everyone has pals who are incapable of maintaining secrecy. Exclude them from this. Only those who need to know because they are engaged should be in the know.