Proposal Planned by The Heart Bandits, Flowers by Regina Mae Fleurs
Does your partner love Disney? Are you far away from The Magic Kingdom but want to plan a fairytale proposal? Or maybe you feel Disneyland is too cliché for your big moment? Here are 7 Things You Need to plan a Disney-Themed Proposal, without Disneyland.
A Special Location
Think big – a castle, a ballroom with a huge chandelier, or a grand cathedral. The setting should be chosen first, and the details will naturally follow.
Ride in Style
A horse drawn carriage is sure to set the mood, or a row boat bedecked with twinkling lights depending on your location.
Utilize hidden Mickey’s throughout the space, or recreate a scene from your partners favorite film. You can also use symbols from the movies – a glass slipper from Cinderella, a rose beneath a glass dome from Beauty and the Beast, or a magic lamp like the one in Aladdin.
Feature foods from Disney movies, like the spaghetti from Lady and the Tramp, or Remy’s Ratatouille.
Incorporate music from your partner’s favorite Disney films to add to the romantic ambiance with songs such as “Can You Feel the Love Tonight”, “I See the Light”, “So Close”, “Love is an Open Door” or “A Whole New World”.
Fireworks are a Disney staple. Light up the night sky with a display to wow your partner. If that’s a bit out of your budget, consider hand-held sparklers!
Using meaningful quotes from Disney films leading up to the proposal will add the wow factor you’re looking for.
This may seem like a lot to consider, but it doesn’t have to be a daunting task – let our Proposal Planners handle all the details for you. Contact The Heart Bandits today. Be sure to conceal your ring in one of our sleek and unique ring boxes from ringstash.com – just like our proposal planning, nothing else can compare!