How to make your proposal day memorable but not stressful?💕
This cool photo was captured right before he proposed😬
You finally found the girl of your dreams? Congratulations! And now you are going to take the next important step- offer your heart and hand for the life-long journey❤️It’s a very important and exciting moment! You will enter the new stage of your life and want to make it right from the beginning. Now you are probably trying to figure out how to make the proposal in the way:
❤️She will enjoy.
❤️You can reveal your creativity.
❤️You both will remember.
Planning a proposal is quite stressful. But here are some tips that will help you to overcome the pressure of the stress and gain confidence:
❤️Plan ahead. Having a plan for this event in your mind or even its paper version will make your preparation process more effective and less stressful.
❤️Think about the place, perfect time, location, your sensuous message. The more details, you‘ll take into account than more emotions she will get.
❤️Be creative. Choose a place where both of you will be confident and relaxed.
🍓Picnic getaway can be quite surprising if you hide the ring in the box with strawberries!
🎁Gift trail could work too – 5 or 6 gifts that will lead to the box with the ring.
🏔Go on a hike and pop the question once you’ve reached the top of your climb!
❤️Think romantically and you will be on the right path!
📸Hire a photographer! The main reason to get a professional photographer is because she would want you to! Remember that even in 25 years from that day she will appreciate making the proposal day so special and so memorable.
Also, the professional photographer can not just “capture” your story but also be your personal consultant and help you to structure your thoughts and ideas! Oh, if you would just know how many times I have done that!😂
❗️The last but not the least thing is to remember that you need to be yourself. Keep your speech simple but speak from the bottom of your heart❤️
And what about you guys, would you go with the proposal photography session or it is a too private thing to capture? 🤫