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5 Ways to Propose to Someone

Friday, 10 Dec 2010 01:02 PM

She is special and what you feel for her is very special. Now, you want a future with her and wish to pop the question. First, you have to figure out how to propose and when to do it. The “big question” should come as a surprise.

Here are five ways to propose to someone:

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1. Drama: Who doesn’t like a bit of drama? You could fly together and have the captain of your airplane announce it at the end of the flight. You could have your proposal displayed on the TV screen at your favorite baseball game, or sky-write your marriage proposal. You could have the stage manager announce it at the time of the curtain-call. Just make sure she is not the kind who would be embarrassed by all this attention and a wedding proposal in a public place. 
2. Love note: If the woman you love is the romantic, dreamy type, she will love getting a love note with your romantic engagement proposal or wedding proposal. Make it a series lasting for days, having her find them at unexpected places.Make one final note with your wedding proposal written on it.
3.Valentine’s: This is for those who love to be wooed with chocolates, roses, and wines. You could do this on Valentine’s Day, on the anniversary of when you first-met her, or on her birthday. Maybe you could add a guitar session and play her favorite song. Slip the ring into her wine glass or slip it on her finger at the end of the song.
4. In a crowd: Many women love being told they are special in front of a crowd. It also assures them of the strength of your feelings. Organize a get-together of close relatives and friends, people both of you are comfortable with. Raise a toast to her, tell her you love her, and ask, “Will you marry me?”

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