Germany is a huge country with a lot of history and culture – and something for everyone. So it could be the perfect place for a destination proposal if you have the insider knowledge on where and how. That’s where The Proposers come in.
Oktoberfest love: This is probably one for the boys. Germany is known around the world for the 16-day traditional Bavarian fair, Oktoberfest, held in Munich every year, so it could make a fun and unique proposal. Wander the fair’s stalls and as you approach one (of the many) bars selling beer point out a special barrel with Will you marry me? printed on the side. Enjoy the moment and toast your engagement with a tankard.
Fairytale romance: For a fairytale setting look no further than Neuschwanstein Castle near Fassen. The palace, which is rumoured to have inspired the world-famous Disney castle, would make for a beautiful, romantic proposal location. For a simple but unforgettable moment take your fiance-to-be to the highest tower for a proposal with a view.
Lucky start: One German wedding tradition is for the couple to hold a Polterabend the evening with lots of broken Porcelain where friends and family bring kitchenware to smash and wish them luck in their marriage. So why not involve this historic tradition in your proposal? Hold a party and collect some vintage crockery to paint letters on, spelling out that special question. At an unexpected moment during the night have your guests line up and reveal the message before smashing the kitchenware to celebrate the answer!
Cracking Christmas: People flock from all over the world to Germany for the Christmas markets, so if you fancy combining a special romantic trip with your significant others love of Christmas, then this could be the perfect proposal. Take your girlfriend or boyfriend to the Christmas tree towering over the market and check out the personalised baubles see how long it takes her to spot the special decoration with a heartfelt message inside.
If you want to plan a special proposal for your loved one, contact The Proposers.
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