Whether you’ve been with your partner since high school or you met them a year ago, there comes a time when you know you have to pop the question. Unfortunately, a lot of people see the spectacular marriage proposals that go viral and lose hope of ever living up to those standards.
Proposing to your partner shouldn’t be a chore. After all, you know your partner intimately. You know their likes and dislikes. You know how to get the best reaction from them.
Use your knowledge and decide on a proposal unique to your partner. The best ones are those catered specifically to the one. Don’t pick a proposal just because you think it will look great or cost a lot. Don’t lift it out of someone’s playbook either.
That doesn’t mean you can’t duplicate someone else’s proposal. It just means you have to make it yours.
Try to come up with a proposal involving something you are good at. If you’re a techie, think of how you can use your skill to propose. If you’re a foodie, you’ve probably also got dozens of ways to pop the question.
Public proposals are by far the most seen and admired throughout the world. If that’s the way you want to propose, feel free to do so. Instigate a flash mob or hire a choir to perform when you’re passing through. Wait for the climax of the performance, then jump in and ask for your partner’s hand in marriage. Their reaction will be priceless.
While public proposals are extremely beautiful and fun to watch, they may not be everyone’s cup of tea. If you’re more of an introvert, you can propose in your own way. Look for some geeky interest you share with your significant other and theme your proposal on that.
When your partner says yes, what better way to capture the moment than in a photo? We at KS Studios will help you cement an amazing memory on paper, allowing you to remember and relive that beautiful moment for the rest of your life.