If you’re planning a proposal during the holiday season – you aren’t alone. Did you know that nearly 1 in 3 couples get engaged on Christmas Eve alone? With a little bit of inspiration from some of our favorite holiday songs, we’ve come up with a short list of things to keep in mind when planning your holiday proposal.
“Deck the Halls”
Set the scene. Make sure that you have the perfect location and décor for the occasion. Make your proposal bright with romantic fairy lights or candles.
“Baby, It’s Cold Outside”
In winter, weather becomes more of a consideration than at any other time of year. If you’re planning an outdoor proposal, keep in mind that it may be quite cold and limit the time you spend out in the open air. Make sure the surroundings are comfortable for you and your partner by having hot beverages, heaters and blankets handy.
“Do You Hear What I Hear?”
Noise can always be an issue, whether you are having a holiday proposal or not. Make sure that your partner can hear you – avoid large crowded places, and opt for intimacy instead.
Do use touches of the season in your proposal. Snowflakes, ice sculptures, seasonal flowers, and food can make a holiday proposal even more special and romantic.
“Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas”
Enjoy the moment and focus on making a wonderful holiday memory. Yes, planning a proposal can be stressful alone, but we’re here to help you have an unforgettable proposal.
Sprinkle your holidays with extra cheer – plan your proposal with our expert Proposal Planners at The Heart Bandits today. Be sure to also give yourself the gift of comfort this season by using one of our thin ring boxes at www.ringstash.com instead of a traditional bulky box that is no fun to carry with you!Christina Clawson