Thinking of proposing to your partner on Christmas? Then we know exactly how to help you!
Not only is Christmas the most romantic day of the year but it is also the most popular day of year to 'pop the question!
So if you're thinking of proposing this Christmas, don’t just put the ring under the Christmas tree, do something more unique and thoughtful than that!
How about this... Imagine going for a relaxing stroll in the park when you come across a secret door with a Christmas wreath and your parters name written across it, intrigued you open the door. To their surprise its a mysterious candle lit pathway, but what does this path way lead too? As you guide your parter down the pathway, you come across the most incredible set up in a beautiful secret garden. You will both be surrounded by beautiful flowers and foliage and the perfect Christmas set up including a Christmas tree and Santas Sleigh! You will 'pop the question' in front of a sparkling Christmas tree and celebrate with a glass of Champagne on the sleigh! If you want to go the EXTA mile, why not hire carol singers to serenade you and reindeers to give it more of a Christmas spirit.
If that idea isn't for you then how about completely surprising her with a romantic 'dinner' date night. However, this wont be any ordinary date night... this will be the most memorable date night of her life. Throw her off by booking a table at restaurant so suspects nothing. As you arrive, you are directed to the most British winter cabin... The cabin will be completely covered in magical Christmas decor of your choice and be personalised to your relationship. Snuggle up in the cabin after you have 'popped the question' and enjoy a romantic dinner for two to celebrate.
Everyone loves a White Christmas however in the U.K we're not always lucky to get that down pour of settling snow... but as Proposal Planner Experts we know exactly how to make your proposal the perfect White Christmas theme even if we don't get the desired weather! You and your partner will be going for a walk in the park when you come across a sign that says 'North Pole This Way'. Leading the way are loads of beautifully wrapped gifts with your partners name written on it. Each gift will be a thoughtful present from you. At the end of the trail of gifts will be the 'North Pole Bandstand'! A bandstand which is completely lit up by dazzling fairy lights and traditional Christmas decorations, and not to forget theirs is SNOW covering every inch! As you enter the North Pole Bandstand, this is your chance to 'pop the question'. However it doesn't end there... when you get that all important 'YES', it will begin to snow! Talk about a White Christmas dream.
Are you and your partner complete pranksters? If so then I guarantee this is the Christmas proposal idea is for you... For this idea you'll need to get a couple of your partners very good friends or family involved. Their task is to act as under cover 'Santas Helpers' for trip to Santas Grotto! This Grotto will be the strangest Grotto that they have ever visited. They're sure to think that something feels strange about this one... Hanging from the walls and placed around the Grotto will be all of their favourite things and items to re-spark a memory that they have had with their one true love, you. These could be family photos, a traditional item from a country you have visited before or even a teddy bear replica of your pet, the list is endless. Then... its their turn to meet Santa! To their surprise, 'Santa' then takes off his beard and hat to reveal... YOU! You will give her the biggest surprise of her life and not to mention, you haven't even 'popped the question' yet. Once you propose you can celebrate with all of your family enjoying a glass of mulled wine and mince pie.
We are Europe’s and the UK’s leading Romantic Events and Proposal Planners, with over 1,000 proposals all with a 100% success rate, you will be in safe hands with us. If you have been inspired by these Christmas proposal ideas and you would like our help to plan your own proposal, then get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org or check out our website for more information www.theproposers.co.ukCredit: Bagnor Daily News, Gordon Ramsay Restaurants, Telegraph, LoveThisPic