Your marriage proposal is definitely one of the most important events of your life. At Inspired Events we want to help your proposal be perfect. Here’s a list of tips that will help you get started the right way with your proposal.

  1. BE SURE THAT YOU’RE BOTH WILLING

When it comes to proposing, there are many things that can go wrong, and it’s normal if you’re unable to control or account for every little variable, but everyone can agree that worse case scenario is for your partner to say ‘NO’. That being said, it’s extremely important for you to be absolutely certain that you both are willing and ready to tie the knot. How can you possibly know? Do you share core values? Have you been there for each other when it really mattered? Are you willing to spend the rest of your life together? Sometimes it’s not a bad idea to bring up the topic to get a feel of whether you’re ready, just make sure you do so before you pop the question.

  1. TALK TO THE PARENTS AND GET THEIR BLESSING

Some people may feel that this is an outdated practice, but this is a tradition that has been passed down and some women believe to be really important. It is a sign of respect to the family and a huge display of regard to their opinion and feelings. If you can’t make it in person, a Skype or FaceTime call will do the job.

  1. HAVE THE RING

The best way to show your commitment is to present the ring when proposing. This gesture is a tradition that your partner will be expecting. You can take a look at the rings she usually wears to try and find a style she likes, but ultimately the decision is your and she will still absolutely love it. Make sure it’s the right size and carry it with your when you’re ready to propose.

  1. PLAN AHEAD

You need to make it magical, so make an awesome plan and execute it properly. Word travels fast, and she will soon be bombarded with the question “How did he propose?” If you didn’t have a plan or did anything special for her, she won’t enjoy sharing the details with her friends. The proposal must be a story worth sharing with the world. Consider how, when, and where you’ll do it and be ready to improvise if something changes.

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