We spend more time with our coworkers than with almost anyone else in our life. If we’re lucky, those coworkers become friends, too. For these lucky people, their coworkers were such good friends, they helped facilitate their wedding proposals, too. Before you propose at work, make sure you find out about her office culture, if it would be appropriate there, and if anyone there can help you make it happen. Also, think about your partner’s personal style, and if they would be comfortable with a very public proposal, or would like something a little more private. Here are some examples from other people who have proposed at their significant other’s job sites:
DANCE IN THE STREET
This first proposal was not small or private. Jeanne proposed to Alissa outside of Alissa’s office, with a trumpets, loud music, and a bus to stand on. She invited their families and friends, and got the cooperation of Alissa’s coworkers to make this a proposal that will never be forgotten.
NOT A TYPICAL WORK MEETING
This gentleman used the excuse of a team building meeting to propose, with the help of a few friends from the office. She got called to the front of the meeting to answer questions for a big prize. The big prize was a diamond ring, and a sweet creative husband.
A QUIET DAY IN HER OFFICE
This proposal took place in her office. She had no idea what was happening, when her coworkers began holding up signs, telling her that she was beautiful inside and out. The last sign was an arrow, pointing to her boyfriend with flowers, and a ring. Of course she said yes.
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