There are so many amazing ways to propose, but one big question you will need to ask yourself is what kind of marriage proposal would your partner like? Would they like a private proposal or a public proposal? While you know your partner best, we can tell you that there are benefits and drawbacks to each. Here are a few:
A private proposal is intimate and there’s something very special about sharing that moment only with your partner. Private proposals can take place anywhere the two of you can be alone – on a mountaintop, at the beach, or even at home. For people who are shy or naturally introverted, this may be the best way to go. However, not having anyone around to capture the moment on camera, or to offer immediate congratulations could be disappointing to your partner if they like to be the center of attention.
A public proposal can be just as romantic as a private proposal if done right. Involving friends and family can bring even more happiness to an already joyous occasion! Public proposals can include things like flash mobs, singing, dancing, music and more. Organizing a public proposal takes a lot of effort to pull off and your partner will definitely be blown away. However, if you do this for the wrong personality type, you run the risk of embarrassing your partner, who may not savor the sudden, unexpected limelight.
You know your partner better than anyone so trust your instincts. Yet whether you choose a private or public proposal, a lot of time and effort will need to go into making it perfect. The Marriage Proposal Planners at The Heart Bandits are here to help make your dream proposal a reality!
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