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How to Plan A Stress-Free Valentine’s Day Proposal
You have a big dilemma. Valentine’s Day is in a few days. You wanted to plan a romantic proposal, but it hasn’t really come together yet. Now you’re under the gun, trying to decide if you can pull it off at the last minute, or if you should wait till a later date.
Here’s the good news: it’s not too late to plan a Valentine’s Day proposal! It may be last minute, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be beautiful and heartfelt. Plan a stress-free and unforgettable proposal in time to sweep your sweetheart off her feet.
Buy trio ring sets
Instead of scrambling to find the perfect diamond engagement ring on a crazy timeline, relax and let her choose her own. Some women prefer to get the exact style they want anyway, so this can actually be a win-win. Propose with a placeholder ring, like a family ring or a plain, inexpensive band. Then when she says “yes” (of course), she can select her ideal engagement ring, along with your wedding bands.
Browse trio ring sets together and find a matching set you’re both in love with. You’ll have plenty of relaxed time to decide, and My Trio Rings has stunning, high-quality wedding jewelry entirely available online – no pressure, no scheduling limitations. You can even customize trio ring sets to suit your unique style. When you’re ready, place your order online or ask for help from one of our customer service representatives (available via live chat, email or phone).
Write out out what you want to say.
It’s a common proposal problem: you think you’ll just speak from the heart when you propose… then your mind goes completely blank in the moment. A little bit of preparation can save you from this situation. Write a draft of what you want to say when you ask her to marry you. How will you communicate how much you love her? How will you express in words why you want to spend the rest of your lives together? Practice out loud – first reading what you wrote, then without looking at your notes. Do this until you feel confident that you’ve got it down.
Pop the question (and the bubbly!).
Plan a Valentine’s Day proposal that is just right for you and your girlfriend. It doesn’t have to be elaborate or expensive to be meaningful and memorable. Consider what you like to do together, what your happiest memories are as a couple and what would be most special for her. For example, if you love exploring the outdoors together and she shies away from the limelight, plan a Valentine’s Day hike and picnic lunch to a beautiful spot and ask her to marry you with an audience of only the birds and squirrels. If she loves to share important moments with the people who are important to her, plan a romantic dinner for two... that turns into a surprise engagement party with your friends and family after you propose.