Tips For A Perfect Christmas Proposal
Asking your beloved to marry you during the Christmas season will accentuate even more how much love her and that you want to spend every important moment such as this with her for the rest of your life. We all know that the ones hardest to shop for are usually the ones you love.But if you let the engagement ring be your Christmas gift to your sweetheart, you can't go wrong.It will be gift she will love and treasure for the rest of her life.
But before you present her with the ring you have to propose. Let's explore some ideas for a Christmas proposal.There are three things you should consider in preparing for your proposal. Maintain intimacy, make it your own, and if you want to involve others, make sure they are the right people.
You might feel it's a good idea to declare your love publicly in order to demonstrate your sincerity.But remember though, that your proposal is special and is not a time for showing off.
Making your proposal intimate is very important.In most areas there is snow during the Christmas season. Snow softens the scenery and with a moonlit night the stage is set for a beautiful and romantic backdrop. Being alone in such a romantic setting will make the idea of starting your new life together even more thrilling and special.
Essential too is that you involve the right people.In years past it was expected that the groom would ask the bride's father for his daughter's hand. Although old fashioned to some, this tradition has been revived. It has become more appreciated and popular for the groom to ask his future father-in-law for the hand of his daughter.
Involving the family is a very good possibility. People are more family oriented during the Christmas season. You will usually find family members sitting near a cozy fireplace engaging in pleasant conversation. If the two of you are close to your families, inform them that you are going to wrap the ring as a gift. With their assistance, make sure everyone is aware and attentive and have her open her gift first. Try a scavenger hunt to increase her anticipation. Start with an envelope with a clue inside that says "Behind the couch" or "Under the pillow". Hide as many clues as you like and make the last one something like "Will You Marry Me". When the love of your life looks at you and makes her way back to you, be prepared to get down on your knee with ring in hand.
Once you have decided how to make your proposal, make sure some elements of the proposal are your own. For example, if you decide to take a walk in the snow, go to a place that has significance for both of you.Or go to a place where neither of you have been before.This will make the place equally important to each of you as the beginning of your new life together.If you use a scavenger hunt, try to use clues that are significant to your relationship.Don't simply ask her to marry you. Tell her precisely how you feel about her. Don't be afraid.Ask her how she feels about you too. Let her talk and don't forget to tell her you love her.
Wherever or however you may propose to her, remember the tips provided. Maintain intimacy, demonstrate commitment and don't forget to involve the people you care about.You don't have to propose in front of the family, but it would be a good to make them aware of your plans.Make the day special, and make the moment memorable.