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Hey there love birds, planning on proposing? We at Brilliant Event Planning already showed you how to make your proposals pop, now let us help you avoid the trap of the dreaded cliché proposal. Here are our Dos and Don’ts for sending you on your way to wedded bliss!
Do: Prep your man or lady properly
Whether you ultimately decide on bringing your significant other to dinner, or some other special event, it’s important to let them know that you two will be going somewhere special. We guarantee your significant other will want to look extra spiffy the day they get proposed to, so make sure you accurately set up the situation, without giving anything away!
Don’t: Borrow your Playbook
While every hopeless romantic loves a good RomCom, don’t take the easy way out by copying a scene straight out of a movie or novel. You want your significant other to feel special on this day, they deserve your own personal design!
Do: Do the Unexpected
We guarantee any fianceé-to-be would swoon over a unique proposal tailored just for them, but how about kicking it up a notch? No one knows your significant other like you do, and now’s the time to prove it! Think about what they love, what makes them tick, and find a way to incorporate your insider info and you may just catch him or her by surprise.
Don’t: Choose a Touristy Spot
Unless a particular landmark has special significance to the two of you as a couple, leave it out. Especially in New York, there are thousands of proposals daily at spots like the Empire State Building, Times Square, etc. – save the crowds and choose a romantic scene that you’ve hand-picked.
Do: Have fun!
We know that proposing to your lady or man is a big step in your relationship, and we understand the nerves that come along with it! However, remember that this day is for both of you to start a new journey, focus on the beauty in this big moment and all the pressures will melt away!
For more *brilliant* proposal inspiration, check out Brilliant Event Planning's proposal section on the blog!