7 Creative Ways To Pop The Question This Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day 2020 is just around the corner, and while for most couples it’s just another way to celebrate their love by doing something romantic, some men are getting ready to ask the most important question in their lives: “Will you marry me?”. Check out 7 creative ideas on how to propose on Valentine’s Day!

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1. Book

A book with romantic poetry is the perfect gift for the holiday celebrating love and romance, which is why your sweetheart will be glad to receive it from you on Valentine’s Day. Make sure to pick a book with a catchy title and an attractive cover! Before giving the book, divide it into two unequal parts and glue the pages in those parts together. Then cut out a small rectangle in the larger part of the book and place your engagement ring in the slot. Now simply make your partner open the book and discover the ring!

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2. Sweets

If your partner has a sweet tooth and you have at least some cooking skills, you can pop the question using the sweets she loves the most: it can be chocolates, cupcakes, cookies, or a whole cake. Bake or prepare the sweets, then put some icing in an icing bag and spell the big question on the baked goods: you can write the question whole on a cake or big cookie, or spell it letter by letter on some chocolates or cupcakes.

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3. Cards

Cards are an integral part of a Valentine’s Day celebration, and you can use them to ask your sweetheart to marry you. Get many small Valentine’s Day cards and one big one. Write short and sweet messages – for example, list the reasons you love your partner – on each small card and write the big question in the largest card. Then place the small cards along your partner’s usual route in the morning with the biggest card waiting for her in her workplace or other destination.

4. Restaurant

A nice dinner at a restaurant is one of the most classic ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day, so if you and your significant other have very traditional taste, this proposal idea may be right up your street. Ask a waiter or a stranger from a nearby table to take a photo of the two of you while you are proposing – this picture will bring you and your future spouse joy for years and even decades.

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5. Roses

Red and pink roses are another mainstay of this romantic holiday, whether you give them in a bouquet or buy a gift box decorated in roses. To use roses in your proposal, get as many rose petals as you can and put them everywhere in your home: on the floor, on the bed, in the bathtub, etc. Then wait for your partner to come home from work and see you on your knee with a ring box and the big question.

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6. Candles

This is another proposal idea you need to do at home while your partner is away. Get several dozen tea candles or other small candles and arrange them to spell “Marry me?”. As your sweetheart heads home after work, light up the candles and wait until she comes home and sees your beautiful arrangement.

7. Dinner at home

Romantic proposal ideas don’t have to be too expensive to be impressive. To truly impress your significant other, cook a three-course meal and buy a nice bottle of wine. As you two finish the dinner, tell her you have something else for her and bring out a covered plate. She will expect it to be another dessert, so imagine her surprise and delight when she finds a ring underneath the cover!

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