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5 Wedding Proposal Ideas Your Partner Will Love

| Wendy Han

While most people remember the wedding ceremony above all, it’s easy to forget that a couple’s marriage proposal story also has significant value, as it’s filled with warm memories that sets the tone for their future together. And for some couples, the proposal can be a more nerve wracking experience than the actual wedding! 

However, planning how to propose isn’t easy, and there’s a ton of things to figure out such as what plan works best based on your partner's personality, when to pop the question, and even who to ask for help. If you’re struggling to coordinate the best wedding proposal for your partner in Singapore, scroll below for some ideas!

How do you make your proposal a meaningful one? 

The best way to make the experience meaningful is by ensuring it’s one that both of you will enjoy in the years to come. There are many details to consider to make it an unforgettable proposal, so it’s important to take some time to reflect on the time you’ve spent together so far and your relationship to figure out what works best for the both of you.

1. Incorporating special moments 

Look back on the time that you’ve spent together: is there a particular moment that your partner treasures or values above others? Was there a dinner, holiday, or experience that the both of you have fond memories of that would be a good way to propose? 

For example, if your first date was a picnic at the beach, you can consider popping the question at the beach too. Being thoughtful about the experience goes a long way in showing them that you care, and instances like this can serve as a reminder of how far you’ve come, and how much more you have to go as a couple.

2. While on a trip together

Proposing on a holiday is one of the most romantic things that you can do. By going to a foreign land, indulging in intimate experiences and making new memories together, it makes the destination extra special for both of you, and could even lead to a new holiday tradition.  

However, it can also have its drawbacks. Partners that are more family oriented might prefer to have a proposal in the presence of their loved ones, so be sure to check beforehand before booking that romantic getaway.

3. With friends and family present

Proposing with your closest loved ones around can elevate an already special occasion. If you’re thinking of calling them down, do make sure to involve them in the planning process too, so that they feel part of the experience. 

Do also make sure that you and your partner have time to savour the experience in private. Sometimes, you can get wrapped up in the congratulations that you may forget to really appreciate the engagement in the moment.  

4. Over a special home-cooked meal

Lastly, for couples that prefer a little more peace and quiet, popping the question and presenting the proposal ring over a home-cooked meal could be the perfect idea for you. It’s a personal and intimate experience that’s shared between just the two of you

There’s a ton of recipes available, but a rule of thumb is sticking to simple yet elegant meals (think Italian or French) that aren’t too messy or hard to eat. Be sure to dim the lights, play some soft jazz, and light some candles to really nail that cosy ambience. 

Elevate the experience

A wedding proposal is an experience that will be cherished for life. Additional decor such as balloons and a beautiful bouquet of flowers go a long way into making the experience even more romantic. After all, what screams “I love you” more than flowers? 

Floristique has both fresh and affordable flowers fit for any engagement, with delivery options that suit your needs. If you’re keen to place an order for your engagement or any other occasion, contact our florists or take a look at our other products via our blog posts

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