3 Creative Proposal Ideas for Easter
It’s one of the most wonderful times of the year: spring! April has brought the promise of warmer weather and blooming flowers, which makes you just want to spend of all your time outside.
Luckily for you, Easter is coming up soon, which will give you some much-needed time off and finally allow you to enjoy spring in all its glory. Easter also represents a time of life and rebirth, which makes it a symbolic time for a marriage proposal. Not to mention that it presents some fun opportunities for creative proposal ideas. If you’ve been itching to present your sweetheart with a princess cut engagement ring, plan to do just that over Easter with one of these ideas:
1. Easter Morning
Did you or your partner grow up in a family where the Easter bunny would leave you goodies on Easter morning? This is just one option for an Easter proposal. Get her an Easter basket full of all of her favorite treats. Set it out the night before after she’s already asleep. You can either put the ring front and center so its the first thing she sees in the basket, or you can hide it in the basket and watch while she goes through the basket’s contents. Either way will get that big reaction you’re looking for.
2. Peep Dioramas
Have you heard of Peep dioramas? It’s where people create scenes using everyone’s favorite Easter candy: marshmallow Peeps! If you’ve been looking for a way to flex your artistic muscles, this might be the perfect proposal idea for you: create a Peep proposal diorama. There are numerous ways you could go about this. You could make a diorama of the progression of your relationship. Or you could do a diorama of her favorite television show or maybe even a historial moment that means something to both of you. However you choose to do it, just make sure the princess cut engagement ring makes it in there somewhere!
3. Easter Egg Treasure Hunt
In a past post, I mentioned that an Easter egg hunt would be a cute way to propose. This suggestion puts another creative twist in the mix. Instead of simply hiding the ring in one of the eggs, you can create a treasure hunt. In each egg, hide a clue that will lead her to the next egg. Choosing where to place the eggs will be the fun part– pick spots that have meant something to you as a couple. You could even retrace all the steps of your relationship by putting an egg where you met, where you had your first date, where you had your first kiss, and so on.
Do you have any creative proposal ideas for Easter to share with us?