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Have you found the person of your dreams? Are you ready to propose to her and spend the rest of your life with her? Have you thought about how to make your marriage proposal more special and romantic? Hopefully, you can imagine an experience that she will never forget. After dating that special someone for a certain amount of time, you should have an idea of ​​what would make your proposal extraordinary and unforgettable for both of you. The first and most important thing you can do is make sure that she has the same thoughts about her future together that you do. Hopefully, she’s suggesting and talking openly about a long-term future together. If she hasn’t, before proposing to her, especially if she’s in a public place, she’ll have to nonchalantly find out if she’ll accept her marriage proposal. Once you are sure that her answer will be “Yes,” she should craft her proposal assuming that most women like the idea of ​​being surprised when they ask for her hand in marriage.

Once you are sure that the person you love will say “Yes” to your marriage proposal, you need to ask your father for permission. This is an old tradition, but if you skip it, you are probably making a serious mistake. If you don’t ask her father, she may say “No” until she talks to her father, and you may upset your future father-in-law, possibly losing financial assistance to help pay for the wedding.

Personally, I dated my wife for two years before asking for her hand in marriage. I was sure she would say yes due to the many suggestions and discussions about our future together. In one such case, when we were on vacation together in Las Vegas, he surprised me by telling me that he wanted to get married while we were in Vegas. I refused, but I knew that she would ask for her hand in marriage in the next few months. So, I planned a mini vacation to Niagara Falls. When we got there, I took my soon-to-be fiancé out for a fancy meal and then arranged for a horse-drawn carriage to pick us up in front of the restaurant. After we both sat in the carriage, the driver presented my bride-to-be with two dozen red roses. To say the least, she was very surprised. We then continued to talk for the next few minutes as we made our way to the falls. The driver stopped at a picturesque spot in front of the falls, and I knelt down, took a diamond ring from my pocket, and asked for her hand in marriage. After a few tears and a lot of kissing, I heard the words “Yes, I would love to marry you.”

Everyone’s relationship is different. Only you know what your potential future wife is passionate about, what her future aspirations are, and what she loves most about you. Therefore, when crafting your marriage proposal, keep the following essential pieces in mind:

• Make the event fit your personalities: Some couples may want to share the event with family and friends, or may want to have a private celebration. Make sure the event is something she likes to do, maybe somewhere sentimental or something you’ve done with her in the past that she really enjoyed. Also, make sure that the date you plan with her is a surprise.

• Choose a ring – Make sure the cost of the ring is within your financial budget. If she loves you, the size of the ring shouldn’t matter.

• Flowers – Women love flowers. It’s just one more way to show him how special he is to you.

• Ask your father for permission – It may be an old tradition, but most people still follow it today. Be sure to ask your father’s permission before asking for his hand in marriage.

• Important words: Even if you are nervous, you should specifically ask the phrase “Will you marry me?”

Just remember, your marriage proposal should be an extra special once-in-a-lifetime occasion. Plan the day carefully and make sure your fiancé-to-be is ready and willing to say “Yes.” I’m sure you’ll be nervous, but don’t forget the basics of a successful marriage proposal. Good luck.

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