Giving flowers to someone is a romantic gesture that has been popular for hundreds of years. Flowers have a language all their own, and each flower has a specific meaning. Incorporating flowers into your wedding proposal can be a great idea, especially if you choose flowers that convey how you feel.
Here are four different ideas for using flowers during your proposal.
The corsage, or wrist bouquet, is not just for prom anymore. A corsage is an elegant touch that adds class and style to a formal occasion, and giving one to your partner is a sign of consideration and generosity that is sure to be appreciated. Alternatively, a single flower can be given as a sign of love and affection if you think your partner would prefer that.
The Perfect Bouquet
A bouquet is perfect for any celebration and appropriate for any occasion. Don’t just head to the grocery store and pick up a pre-made arrangement, take the time to go to a florist and select fresh blooms that look and smell fantastic. A florist will guide you with their knowledge and help you select meaningful flowers that will last for several days after the proposal.
Sharing a meal, or having some type of beverage or dessert is often a part of a proposal plan. You should consider that you can make the table setting special by including a vase with fresh flowers – either from a florist or picked yourself, depending on the location. The more effort you put into the environment, the more romantic the gesture.
Scattering flower petals is a fun and beautiful way of enhancing the environment of a proposal. Consider scattered petals on the table at dinner, leading from your partner’s door to the car when you pick them up, or anywhere that you will be walking together.
Here at The Heart Bandits, we are experts when it comes to creating the perfect proposal idea. Let us help you pick out the perfect flowers for your partner as we craft the perfect proposal just for you. Also consider picking up one of our slender ring boxes from www.ringstash.com which will conceal your ring until you choose to reveal it to your partner! Don’t settle for the free bulky ring boxes your engagement ring comes in.