Technology has become a part of our lives in an integral way. We use it in almost every part of our life, from the time we wake, until we go to bed. Why not use technology as part of your proposal? There are many creative ways to incorporate technology into your proposal, from using Facetime or Skype to propose long distance, to incorporating your Ipad like this guy http://holykaw.alltop.com/worlds-first-ipad-marriage-proposal. Here are a few ways to incorporate your technology into your proposal:
IN A VIDEO GAME
If you have the programming know-how, you can modify a video game to pop the question for you. This post showcases seven stunning examples of creative use of videogames for proposals. http://venturebeat.com/2012/06/20/7-awesomely-geeky-video-game-marriage-proposals/ One brilliant hacker made a game spell out the question in lava. Another recreated the site of their first date, since they couldn’t get there in person. So many options, if you have the skills, or a brilliant friend.
USE AN APP
We use apps for everything these days, from dog training to exercising. This creative gentleman used his jogging app to spell out “Will you marry me?” then posted the maps for his girlfriend to see. http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-hampshire-30418172. Needless to say, he ran right into her heart. She said yes. Another man actually made an app to propose, and told her that it was an app that would give her free tickets to a Harry Potter movie, if she answered all the questions. The last question was the most important one of her life so far. She also said yes. http://www.fastcompany.com/1754193/google-love-story-man-builds-android-app-propose-girlfriend
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