Sentimental"My fiancé proposed on August 8, 2011, our one-year anniversary. We were at the same mini golf place where we went on our first date. On our first date, he tried to kiss me under this cave they have there and I denied him because I was oblivious to what was happening (mainly because I take mini golf very seriously!).
So he decided to make up for that a year later. He proposed — after asking my parents for their blessing — and I was so in shock that I said, 'Wait, what?' He whisked me away the following week to Florida to celebrate with my family. It was the happiest moment of my life. I'm really glad we turned a fail from our first date into something amazing!"
—Alexis B. from BridalGuide.com
Treasure Hunt"My fiancé set up a proposal scavenger hunt in Disneyland since I've always been a huge Disneyland fan. Each clue (there were six) brought us to a different ride in the park, and a staff member at the end of each ride handed me the next clue. The last one took me to Rapunzel's room. Rapunzel told me to close my eyes and make a wish, and when I opened them, he was down on one knee."
—Sarah M. from BridalGuide.com
Short but SweetWe both stood, hand in hand, looking at the Great Smoky Mountains. “I thought of proposing in a nice restaurant,” he said, “but I wanted to pick a place that would be here forever for you.”
-Christie from BridalMusings.com
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A lot of those take quite a bit of work to pull off. Not every girl needs a giant show to say yes. Maybe all she needs is for him to look into her eyes and sincerely ask. If you are at the point of marriage, then he should know you well enough to know how extravagant to go.
Here's a very important tip from all of us that love to read about and watch all of these proposal stories- hire a photographer! If you have someone secretly recording the entire thing, you will both have it to look at for years to come, and you can share it with the world.
However it happens for you, once you get over the surprise and initial excitement, visit us at the best bridal gown store in Miami or shop our wedding dresses online to find your dream dress. We will make your shopping experience just as special as the day you were asked to get married.
Blog author: Deanna Powell - WhereBridesGo.com
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