February is the month of love and 263chat will be celebrating it with you this month by giving you ideas on what you can do for your loved ones.
Today we look at proposing on the day. Is it a good or bad idea?
While preparing for Valentine’s someone out there may be thinking proposing on the day is a brilliant idea.
Proposing on Valentine’s Day can be dubious. On one hand, it is the most sentimental day of the year so it can be a decent day to pop the question.
Then again, proposing on an occasion can turn super gooey in the event that it isn’t done appropriately.
Proposing on Valentine’s Day is well past cheesy and a cliche. There is nothing unique about it, she probably will even be expecting it if the relationship has reached that level.
It’s milky. It’s even more watered down and it goes bad faster. Do you really want this to be your first move as her soon-to-be husband? Is this the way you want to define your marriage, your family, the rest of your life?
Valentine’s Day is a romantic day that both parties should enjoy. It really would be disappointing to have your proposal turned down and every 14 February will be reminder of the fool you were made on the day.
If you are lucky to have her agree that means every year you will be celebrating your anniversary and valentine’s. What happens when you are broke? you have no excuse now because you have two events to prepare for.
However not to scare those that have bought the rings already it can be the sweetest thing to do for your loved one.
Roughly 10 percent of couples in the United States choose Valentine’s Day as the perfect day to get engaged. With its romantic atmosphere it becomes a day never to forget.
It needs to be well prepared for and keep the proposal private and meaningful by choosing to pop the question in a significant place, such as where you first met or where you first kissed, instead of the latest romantic hotspot in town.
Instead of choosing the ever popular roses to accompany the marriage proposal, use a bouquet of more exotic and beautiful blooms, particularly if the woman’s favorite flower is something other than a rose.
Always remember marriage is a lifetime commitment, be sure this what you really want and not do it for the sake of being the most romantic guy.