Winter is the perfect time to propose to that special someone who has taken hold of your heart and refuses to let go. In our previous post we listed a number of winter time proposals that were sure to melt your soul mates heart. There were just so many great submissions that we thought we would share some more.
Christmas proposals are popular because they tend to offer the perfect timing for a summer wedding. If you are going to pop the question at the holiday why not recruit good ole saint Nicholas in on the fun? Santa is magical to all of us young and old. His mission is to make holiday dreams come true. More likely than not if you have been dating some time and are seriously committed this is her holiday dream! Incorporate Santa into a date. Often times the holidays bring with them light displays that end with Santa. This is a perfect proposal opportunity. Have Santa all set up with the ring and when the time is right get down on one knee and propose. Better yet, have her venture out with some friends and surprise her dressed as Santa!
Another popular holiday proposal tradition is during the New Year festivities. The nice part about this type of proposal is that it can occur with friends all around and a celebration already in progress. Let your imagination go wild with a New Year’s Eve proposal. Classic proposals may include a ring in champagne or chocolate dipped strawberries with a side of diamond engagement ring. Unique proposals may include adding the ring to a party favor that she pops open at the crack of midnight!
Another winter holiday that should not be forgotten is Valentine’s Day. This one day is all about love so what better way to use it to your advantage then to pull off a stunning, one of a kind proposal. This holiday is perfect for any type of girl introvert or extrovert. For an outgoing girl plan a desert party with a group of your couple friends. Have everyone over to your home, bringing a dessert and some beverages to share. With everyone there and having a great time, dim the lights and have your favorite song play on your stereo system. Clear a space on the floor and ask her to dance while everyone is watching. At the end of the dance kneel down and propose with the engagement ring in one hand and hers in your other.
For a girl who is more introverted the perfect Valentine’s Day proposal should be centered on just the two of you. Plan a day of firsts or a day revisiting your firsts. At the end of the night ask her to join you for desert or for a glass of wine. When the conversation is perfect and the moment is just right stop and quietly get down on one knee. Be sure not to cause a scene. For an introvert the last thing they want is to be the center of attention.
No matter how you propose this winter season we hope that some of these ideas help you find the perfect way to give her the moment she has been dreaming of her entire life!