Marriage Proposal Ideas With Surprise CelebrationsOn your own partner's birthday, strategy a "surprise party," and then feign to ruin the surprise by having him or her get there early. When you propose, the real shock will be and all your family and friends show up later to celebrate.
Plan a celebration full of family and friends at a bar near where you will propose, then suggest a celebratory drink after your partner says "yes."
Have your suggestion with friends as well as family, in a park a safe distance away. Once you have proposed, have everyone show up for an impromptu celebration.
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Cut out the bottom of a huge fridge box, wrap it with pretty paper and ribbon, and attach a card that says, "What Is inside the box is a gift to last an eternity." Then, "deliver" yourself to your soon-to-be fiance's doorstep.
Make the ring the surprise in a box of Cracker Jack or in a Kinder Egg.
Reenact the scene of their favourite romantic movie. If it's Pretty Woman, go for the end of the movie: Lease a white limo and climb through the sunroof with flowers in hand to proclaim your love as you arrive at her place.
Proposals Caught on CameraHire a photographer to capture your proposition, but tell your partner you have won a romantic couple's photo shoot. Get dressed up and then propose mid-shoot, and follow it up with a romantic engagement shoot.
Decide the perfect place to propose and have a photographer hide somewhere unobtrusive. Following your proposition, your photographer can snap some posed photographs also.
Tell your fiance-to-be that you've been picked for a couple's "casting call" at a studio, then propose in front of the cameras.
Spring and Summer Marriage Proposal IdeasWhen everything is in bloom propose in a flower or botanical garden.
Have a buddy or family member set up a picnic—whole with wine and cheese, of course— in a park for you. Afterward come up with an explanation for taking a hike at which you will stumble upon this surprise proposal picnic.
Pick a spot for some summer stargazing (it is even more perfect if there is a meteor shower or lunar eclipse expected) and propose under the nighttime sky.
Suggest a berry-picking trip to make. Tell your partner you've found the perfect berry they must see once you are out there. Instead of mature fruit, they'll see the ring as well as you.
On the night before a beach day you've planned, write a love poem on a piece of parchment paper, roll it into an antique bottle using a cork and bury it in a well-marked spot in the sand near your towels. Make certain you "locate" the bottle as you dig together—and be prepared with the ring.