A proposal is an important part in any mature relationship. It symbolizes the moment where a man’s intentions to marry a lady are made official. Most men undergo a lot of pressure on how to pop the question and where to do it.
The truth of the matter is that there are many ideas out there that have been used to propose to women. So being unique while planning your own proposal makes it more memorable. Let’s look at a few tips on how to make your proposal worthy of your loved one.
Every man has some creative ideas that they can use to plan a proposal. The most important thing is to not over-think. Make it as simple and romantic as possible. Whatever you do, make sure that she has no idea of what you are planning because it will ruin the surprise. Simple is classy and avoid the common ideas that are predictable.
Choose a romantic venue
While planning for a wedding proposal, it’s important to settle for a unique and romantic venue. We’ve done a blog on best places to propose in Kenya to give you some ideas. It could be somewhere you met on your first date or where you shared your first kiss. An exotic place would also do you justice but it has to fall within your budget.
Invite family and Friends
Having both your friends and families around could make it more exciting for both of you, however if you prefer a more intimate crowd you could invite your closest friends.
Hire a professional photographer
Capturing the special moments is always important. A professional photographer will definitely know how to capture the moments. Let the photographer stand at a vantage point not far away from the point of proposal.
Let her know what she means to you
The words you say are very important, speak directly from the heart. Tell her what you love about her and when you knew that she was the one. This would let her know that she is special to you and occupies a special place in her heart.
Word of caution
Make sure she is comfortable with you proposing in public. Some ladies are not usually comfortable with huge crowds. Gauge her feelings on public proposals long before the actual day to know if she is comfortable with you popping the question in public.