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Most Romantic Valentine’s Day Proposal Ideas

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Valentine’s Day is an excellent chance to pop the question. It’s a day when everyone loves and cherishes, so it can be an ideal opportunity to do something special for your sweetheart or significant other. Spending time together, taking a walk down memory lane and getting lost in the conversation is the best way to rekindle love and remember why you fell in love with your significant other to begin with. You want everything to be perfect and they know that, too. Most people don’t seem to enjoy this moment as much as they should and that can lead to some pretty awkward moments and responses. No matter how great your plan is, if it doesn’t come off as you want it too then it’s going to feel a bit forced and disappointing. 

Here’s a collection of most romantic valentine’s day proposal ideas that will show how creative you can be when proposing marriage.

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Plan ahead:

Make sure you have everything ready by planning ahead and getting out the tools of your trade (aka, flowers). If you can’t find what you’re looking for locally, use the internet to find the perfect flower delivery service for your location.

Be creative! 

This doesn’t mean renting a scuba gear — though that would be pretty cool — but rather think outside the box and do something fun with the person who is going to love you forever! For example, if you’re proposing in Paris, why not propose on top of one of their famous Montmartre views?

Consider something special that only they will see! 

No one else will know about this idea except for them so make sure that it’s something well thought out before you act on it! And if possible try to keep it a secret. You can order flowers online from reputable online sites and get the best.

A romantic picnic:

A picnic is a great way to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy some time together. If you are planning on proposing during your trip, you can use this as an opportunity to share your feelings with each other. The beauty of a picnic is that it can be planned months in advance, so there is no need to stress about finding somewhere that’s not too crowded or expensive!

Surprising her with flowers:

Flowers are one of the most popular romantic Valentine’s Day proposals. Whether she has a vase of flowers at home or prefers fresh flowers online, there are many different ways you can surprise her with them. Some couples even take their proposal seriously enough to plan an entire night around getting their woman flowers!

A comedy show:

You can propose during a comedy show in many ways: by asking her while looking into each other’s eyes, by making jokes about marriage or proposing on stage (this last one may be difficult without a microphone), etc… The possibilities are endless!

The classic:

The proposal will take place in a romantic setting, and you’ll do it with some friends. Invite your friends to your house, and give them the option of staying at your house or going out for a nice dinner. When you get ready to propose, go over to their table and tell them that you’re about to propose and ask if they want to be part of it. If someone says yes, then pull out the ring and ask them if they would like to marry me.

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Take a walk:

If you’re planning a Valentine’s Day proposal, the first thing to do is get out of the house. Take your girlfriend or boyfriend on a nice walk around town, or even across the border. You can make it as elaborate or simple as you want — just be sure to include some romantic moments along the way. You can even do something as simple as going for coffee and then stopping at a flower shop to buy some flowers for your girlfriend/boyfriend. It doesn’t matter if it’s raining or not — there are plenty of other places in town that have outdoor seating areas and benches. Make sure that your proposal is memorable, so take advantage of all those nice places in town!

Last Few Words:

Hopefully, you’ll be able to use these ideas to help you plan the most romantic and memorable date ever. From candlelit dinners to scavenger hunts, there are plenty of ways your relationship can go from good to great with a little creativity, effort and planning. We wish you the best of luck! If you need a few more ideas, then don’t forget to read the comments at the bottom of this page. Thanks to the help of our fellow readers we’ve added a few more ideas to this list. We hope that you enjoy all of your special days in February!


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