As our readers know all of us at MasterTheEvent love great wedding proposals. We have even been fortunate enough to work on some amazing ones; and in the end got to bring couples together in the most romantic way possible. Whether you’re into marriage or not seeing great wedding proposals will put a smile on your face and make you go awe.
I’ve heard that a lot of woman imagine and dream about that special moment; how they will be proposed to, where it will happen and what will be said. And for some it makes no difference whether they are presently in a relationship or not. And with big dreams come great stress, for the proposer anyway.
The Importance of Planning Wedding Proposals
We’ve all heard those stories about the grand proposal going south and fast. As a rule one of the most important and missed parts of wedding proposals lies in the organization and planning of that surprising moment. Let me say that first and foremost the most main part of a marriage has nothing to do with the proposal or wedding party and has everything to do with a lifetime together. Having said that the first question an engaged couple is ask is “How did he propose?
The fastest way to success is to come up with an idea and then a plan. Think it through, identify the details of when, where and how and then work out a proposal strategy. And because you really never know and just in case, always, always have a Plan B. By doing so you are half way there to thrilling and delighting your partner, reducing your stress and ensuring the moment is in fact extra special.
Here are some of the Most Enjoyable Wedding Proposals
Wedding proposals are not all about the price tag or how extravagant it can be. No matter where, when or how a proposal is executed, there is laundry list of things to consider. And for me number one on the list is to keep it special and personal. Here are a couple of my favorite wedding proposals that happen to be perfect examples.
With a little help from Zach Braff:
Matt, Ginny and the Movies:
Looking for your happily ever after? Then be creative, use your imagination and make a plan. And once you’ve proposed I’d love to hear all about your special moment.