Proposing at Christmas
Christmas is a special time of year for all who celebrate it and can be the perfect time to pop the question to your loved one. This holiday is usually associated with love and family and getting engaged could make both of your family’s Christmas. Here are a few ways to get creative with your Christmas proposal.
Propose with a bang
The pop of a Christmas Cracker is always a shock, even though you know it’s coming every time. This Christmas Cracker would have an additional surprise element to it that is sure to wow your partner! Instead of the usual unfulfilling prize in the centre of the cracker, place the engagement ring in the centre and make sure the cracker is in the right place on the table, so your partner definitely is on the receiving end of the surprise!
Put it in lighting
We all know that untangling those balls of Christmas lights once a year is a challenge in itself, but this time it will be more than worth it. Why not spell out ‘Will you marry me?’ in lights outside your house for your romantic gesture?
Sing it loud
What better way to make her/him feel special than having carollers sing your proposal in the doorway? This could also be combined with a flash dance mob if you’re wanting to add that extra something.
In a box, and another box, and another box...
The idea is to enclose the engagement ring box in as many other boxes as possible, gradually getting bigger. This will give the illusion of a huge gift and although, the ring is not huge in size, it definitely is the best gift your partner will receive!
12 days of Christmas
The ultimate build up and a definite favourite for those who love a grand gesture. Plan out 11 small gifts to give your partner in the 11 days leading up to Christmas Eve/Day. These can be anything you wish but we suggest small tokens of your love or things that are important to you as a couple. On the 12th day, you surprise them with the engagement ring: the perfect build up for the big gift at the end!
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