Get engaged with the perfect fall proposal
With fall approaching and summer fading away, it’s time to break out the jackets and scarves. And a perfect time to propose to the love of your life. With the leaves on the ground and the perfect weather, there is no better time to pop the big question. Whether you’re struggling to get the right plan together or just don’t know where to start, we have five tips and tricks to make your proposal perfect.
Proposal by pumpkin
It’s fun to carve pumpkins for Halloween, right? So, why not make this activity one to remember with a pumpkin carving proposal. There are many ways you can do this and make it Spooktacular, too. Grab a few pumpkins and in each one, carve a single word “will”, “you”, “marry”, “me”. Fill them with candles, set them up where they can be easily seen and turn off all of the lights. Guide your significant other to the room and surprise! Make it all the more romantic by setting up additional candles throughout the room to give it that nice romantic ambiance.
Engagement never tasted so delicious
There is nothing better than setting up a campfire for those colder nights in Fall. What goes great with campfires? S’mores! Make your loved one a delicious treat with a ring inside (but make sure they don’t eat it, lol). Who could say no to a delicious sweet treat?
If you’re lucky enough to have a park close by, you may be able to find an artist willing to do a portrait for the both of you. Convince the artist to draw your portrait together and add the words “will you marry me” in the picture. When the artist turns the picture around, get down on one knee and watch for sparks to fly.
Use their favorite place
With it being nice outside, it makes it easier to go out for a stroll. By now you should know your partner’s favorite spot to. Whether it be a fountain, by a lake, or a certain place to have a picnic, head that way. Once you get there have a passerby take your picture. As soon as they go to capture the moment, get down on one knee so it makes it into the photo! Your fiancé will be taken completely by surprise.
Make yard work memorable
Although leaves can be a bit of a manual nuisance, they can come in handy when getting creative with proposing. On a not-so-windy evening, rake the leaves to spell out the proposal. When they come outside to check on you, pop the question by giving a completely unexpected twist to routine chores.
Bucket list surprise
Sit down with your significant other and plan out a list of things to do during the Fall. Pick items like going to a pumpkin patch or visiting a cornfield maze. Once you have completed the list of Fall festivities, add one more item to your list, “get engaged” and hand it to them. When they look at it, it’s time to get down on one knee and check off the last item for Fall.
Sitting outside and watching the sunset is glorious anytime but has certain magic during the Fall. Take your lover outside, preferably in a nice open field to watch as day turns to night. Bring a bottle of wine and some nice snacks. After the last bit of sun has faded away, ask the question. It will not only be spectacular but also incredibly romantic.
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