Proposing Valentine’s Day, the most romantic day of the year is unexpectedly popular. Allow Cupid’s arrow to strike you this year, and make this a day of utter romanticism by getting down on one knee.
Our most exemplary Valentine’s Day proposal ideas will encourage you to think outside the box; if you’re seeking ways to propose that aren’t as sweet as chocolates.
How to Make Valentine’s Day Proposal?
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On Valentine’s Day, who doesn’t enjoy receiving a card from a (not-so-secret) admirer?
Set the romance bar high this year by writing as many cards as you can; each one including a new reason why you love them, some sweet Valentine Day quotations, or a photo of great moments you’ve experienced together.
Make a card trail around the house that leads to the best one of all: the one where you ask them to spend the rest of their lives with you.
Locket of love
Why not say it with jewelry instead of a diamond ring- if you don’t want to propose with a diamond ring? A lovely locket is the epitome of old-world romanticism; and it’s an even better Valentine gift when it comes with a hidden note inside.
Present her with the locket during a quiet stroll around her favorite spot, and be ready to record her emotion when she reads your wish to marry you.
Then all you have to do is choose the ideal ring together.
The key to heart
This idea can be made as straightforward or as complicated as you want.
Create a treasure hunt around locations that tell the tale of how they captured your heart, or leave love clues throughout the house. However, the goal remains the same: to locate a key to a locked box.
Whether you lock the ring in the box or not is up to you; but after they answer the last clue, they’ll know they hold the key to your heart.
Decorate your home
Set up balloons, candles, and rose petals for a truly romantic proposal while your sweetheart is asleep, in another room, or out shopping. They’ll be amazed to return to a house that has been altered! After that, toast with a glass of Champagne and make a video call to your loved ones to convey the good news.