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Valentine's Day proposals 2019

Updated: Feb 22, 2022

Cupid hit you with his arrow and you're thinking of proposing on Valentine's Day. This is the most romantic and popular days of the year to propose. Here are some Valentine's Day proposal ideas that are anything but the usual.


Say It With Candy

Buy your sweetheart a heart-shaped box of chocolates and replace one with the engagement ring then quickly follow it with getting down on one knee and pop the question.


Recreating a First Date

Recreate your first date (or another very special date – perhaps the one when you told each other "I love you" for the first time). Make reservations for the same restaurant or pack a picnic of the foods and wines you had that day. Get down on one knee and ask the big question!


On a Walk

Take a leisurely walk at a romantic spot near you. When you arrive at the right spot, say something like, "I wanted to bring you to a spot almost as beautiful as you, will you marry me?"


At a Restaurant

According to a wine merchants survey, restaurants are the second most popular place for proposals (at home is the first!). Select someplace truly special — perhaps a usual favorite of yours. You could opt for the words “Marry Me” on the dessert plate rim or going for a walk nearby to propose before returning for champagne and dessert.


Jigsaw Puzzle

One of our favorite ideas! Give your valentine the puzzle in a box, wrapped as a present. They will open it and start to solve it, only to discover that one piece is missing. You'll produce that piece hidden in your pocket, which reads "Will You Marry Me?"


Photo Album

Make an album of your relationship with photographs of the two of you during important moments, and on the second to last page write, "What will the future bring?" and on the last page write "how about marriage?"


However you decide to ask, do it in a personal and romantic way. We are here to help with creating bespoke proposals styled to your relationship. Explore our proposal services and get in touch with one of our proposal planners today on (305)-815-7151.


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