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Easter Proposal Ideas You Should Avoid

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Easter can be a great day to propose to your girlfriend.  Your family will likely be in town so you will have them all there for an engagement celebration and it is Spring time which means nice weather.  However, your proposal could be a total flop if you don’t steer clear from some seriously cheesy proposal ideas.  Here are the top proposal ideas that we at The Heart Bandits-Proposal Planning recommends you avoid.

Dressing Up As The Easter Bunny

easter proposal ideas Easter Proposal Ideas You Should Avoid

Please, please, please do not dress up as the Easter Bunny and propose.  I don’t really feel like I need a reason to discourage this but let’s just say as a woman, I wouldn’t be excited to tell that proposal story.

Hide The Ring In An Easter Egg

I don’t recommend that you hide an engagement ring anywhere because you could always lose it.  Aside from the common sense part of it, it is just tacky.

Hide The Ring In An Easter Basket

See above.

Write “Marry Me” On An Easter Egg

We all remember how magical it was as a kid to write something in crayon on an Easter egg and then dip it in dye and watch it transform.  However, you are not kids anymore and that won’t be a magical proposal story.  Please don’t do it!

The best way to propose on Easter is the same way you should propose any day.  You should make it personalized!  If you want to make sure you have a great proposal idea, hire The Heart Bandits.  We will help you create the perfect proposal idea and then bring it to life.  Contact us today.

Michele

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An entrepreneur since childhood, Michele is proud to have left her Air Force and corporate career behind to start her own business that she is truly passionate about. Her “type-A personality” has certainly proven useful when creating dream proposals where the stakes are extremely high. Armed with a Business degree, a no-nonsense attitude, and the drive to do whatever it takes to bring her client’s vision to life, she has successfully masterminded hundreds of perfect marriage proposals. In her spare time, you will find Michele laughing, dancing, and spending time with family.

2 Comments

  1. Jackie Nagel /Reply

    So true! My answer to all of the proposals above would be a “no”. If the proposal is such, can you imagine what the anniversary and christmas gifts will be? A mop or a broom and dust pan!

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