Are you planning a Christmas Proposal? Here are a few ideas.
If you’re looking for a creative Christmas Proposal idea, why not make your own advent calendar? Fill each envelope or pocket with a thoughtful gift. By the 24th day, your partner will wonder if you could be any more thoughtful, and they’ll find the best gift of all, the engagement ring.
Whether you enjoy a pumpkin spiced latte, a hot chocolate or a mulled wine, there’s something for everyone. Why not get creative with your proposal by incorporating it with this? Surprise your loved one with a hot drink in a mug that reveals a beautiful secret.
A Christmas cracker is an essential accessory on every dining table on Christmas day. When your loved one is waiting for the standard miniature pack of cards and cheesy Christmas joke, you can surprise them with something a little more impressive. This may require a little creativity to make your own cracker, but it shouldn’t be too difficult for even the most inexperienced of crafty types!
Tip: Be prepared for both instances – if you win the Christmas cracker or if they do! If you win, remove the ring and get down on one knee. If they win, be ready to propose when they find the special gift.
Public proposals; ice skating rinks are popular Christmas proposal locations. Many towns and cities set up festive displays with temporary ice rinks. Surrounded by Christmas festivities, this option can make a romantic Christmas proposal setting.
Family Christmas photos are a great way to get the whole family involved in your Christmas proposal idea and capture the moment forever. However, it involves impeccable timing. Get everyone in position for a family photo; either set up on timer or rope someone in to take the shot. Then just as the flash goes and the picture is about to be taken, drop down on one knee or produce the ring. A picture says a thousand words, after all…
Buy a personalised bauble and go down on one knee next to the Christmas tree while decorating. Or hide the ring in the tree.
Every family loves a few games after dinner; you could always act out a proposal during your game of charades.
And the ultimate classic, the ring is in the pudding. While winding down from the big day, say on the sofa watching films and eating your Christmas choccys, hide the ring in a Chocolate tin or box of chocolates and pass it to your love.