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3 Tips to planning your proposal
- Know your girl
- Ask her parents
- Catch it on Camera
Before planning up an elaborate proposal, it is important to consider your future spouse's personality and what she likes. Is she a private person? Would she want her friends and family to be there? Or would she enjoy the wows of a public proposal? The idea here is to create a meaningful and memorable experience for her.
Do not over-complicate things, for that may cause more things to go wrong on that day! You also don't want to be overly stressed out. If you are having trouble putting the pieces together, get help from your close friends, or enlist the help of a professional proposal planner.
Before you proceed to pop the question, it would be a good gesture to ask your future-in-laws for 'permission'.
Also, do pay attention to the timing of your proposal. Try to avoid times when your future spouse is stressed or overwhelmed. Make sure that you have both spoken about marriage beforehand as well, last thing you want is to shock her into a decision she is not ready for.
Do make plans to catch the moment on camera, fiancé's reaction will be priceless. You both will also want to remember and relive the moment in years to come.
I do recommend a professional photographer or videographer to help, but you can also ask your close friends to help. Here are 11 Wedding Photographers to Check Out.
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