by Mark Walters
Are you considering asking that special someone to marry you? Do you need some fresh ideas as to how to make your proposal memorable? One she will never forget? Getting married is a big step in life, so you want to make your proposal something the two of you will remember for a lifetime. Whether you decide on the more traditional proposal or something completely outlandish, your proposal is a once in a lifetime event that should be thought out carefully and prepared beforehand to ensure she'll never forget it.
So you're thinking about asking your bride to be to get married, and you need some ideas on the best approach? This is a fairly common scenario, but actually, you don't need to be extra creative to make this moment memorable. Some women are looking for nothing more than a heartfelt, traditional approach, one in which you get down on one knee and profess your true feelings. While this may seem like a "vanilla" approach to asking the woman of your dreams to tie to the knot, it is still one of the best approaches you can take.
If the traditional approach sounds boring and uninventive, you may want to consider an alternative approach. One method that is very popular these days is the public proposal. This can be risky, but if you're fairly sure you'll receive the answer you're expecting, there is no better way to share this special moment than to ask her to marry you in front of family and friends. This can be done at a party or family gathering, and will allow all of the people the two of you hold important to share in this very special moment.
|Proposing To The Special Girl In Your Life|
There are of course other ways to ask your partner to marry you, some of which can be very expensive, but quite worth it if you get the answer you're expecting. These include taking out billboard space and asking the question via a large sign she regularly drives by on her way home from work or hiring a skywriter to spell out the words in midair as the two of you relax on the beach. The possibilities are endless and limited only by your own imagination.
The decision to pop the question is perhaps the biggest decision you will make in life, so when the time comes to "lay it all on the line," try to be creative as possible. The extra effort you put into your proposal will surely be appreciated and will even increase your chances of a positive reply.
Next: Engagement Rings