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Get Her to Say Yes with These Proposal Tips

By Admin / Published on Wednesday, 28 Jun 2017 01:00 AM / Comments Off on Get Her to Say Yes with These Proposal Tips / 240 views

Man proposing to his girlfriend on the streetsProposing is always a nerve-wracking time for any male as you ask that all-important question that will substantially define the rest of your life. If you’re thinking of proposing, here are some ways that can increase your chances of getting the answer you want.

Get Her the Right Ring

The ‘right’ ring doesn’t necessarily have to be the most expensive one. Rather, it has to reflect the kind of person your girl happens to be. Check out various UK jewellery creators and you’ll be sure to find just the right stone, setting, and band to make her speechless. If you can have one specifically designed for her, then that would be better.

Build Up to the Moment

The general rule is that when proposing to a girl, it must be done in such a way that she can happily tell her friends how you did the proposing. It doesn’t have to be extravagant, but it has to be infused with enough sentiment so that she can happily look back to the moment. The classic dinner date is always great but other more inventive methods include using your dog to propose, hiring a skywriter, putting it in a book, doing it during a trip, and others. Use your imagination and apply a technique that your girl happens to love. For example, if you’re proposing to a Harry Potter fan, you can try giving the ring with the help of an Owl.

Tell Her Why You Want to Marry Her

There’s nothing quite like a speech to get a girl blushing and flattered over your proposal. While you don’t have to write a poem or give an eloquent speech, it helps to tell a girl exactly why you’ve decided that she’s the one for you. It can be done while everyone is within hearing distance or you can simply whisper it to her before whipping out the rings. Either way, it helps if the girl is convinced of your feelings.

Of course, it stands to reason that you should only propose to the one you’re sure to marry. Make a proposal that your loved one will find wonderful enough to tell your future grandkids.