At first glance, it may not seem like the most romantic idea to get engaged during the corona virus. But for many, the alternative of waiting is even less enticing!
The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the plans of thousands of couples upside down, but that doesn't mean engagements and weddings are called off, people just need to be a little more creative.
When you're sure you want to spend the rest of your life with someone else, you don't want to wait and let external circumstances dictate your actions. Everyone dreams of that "perfect time" to propose, but all you really need is to know that the two of you are ready to start your life together.
Ideas for a proposal at home:
Holidays are wonderful, but a home is also a place filled with memories and special moments.
"Currently, many of our customers choose to offer places in their places of origin that are particularly close to their hearts." "This opens the door to a small, festive gathering after proposing with close friends and family."
Create a romantic atmosphere with your partner's favorite flowers, candles, and romantic lights. Cook your favorite dish, serve a fine wine or champagne, and enjoy the evening together.
Put up a "Will you marry me?" Signor arranges letters with balloons in your house or garden, or if you like both games, at a game of Scrabble, suggest it by spelling out, "Will you marry me?"
Create an at-home theater experience:
Okay, we're not saying it was a good idea to propose in the movies (unless you do it like this guy). But at home you decide exactly what is shown on the big screen and we have a very special idea on how to make it super romantic!
All you have to do is compile your favorite photos and/or videos from your time together and turn them into a slideshow (or movie) of your relationship. Tears are sure to come to your eyes when the credits roll, then be sure to include a special bonus slide ... and have them marry you.
To make this idea really work, make sure you have everything you need for a comfortable home theater experience: blankets, pillows, colored lights (or candles), and maybe some snacks. If you have access to a projector that's fine, but the TV will do!
Breakfast in bed:
If breakfast isn't an option at Tiffany's this year, make it a little more welcoming. A lazy Saturday or Sunday (or even a weekday) is the perfect excuse to snuggle up with a loved one. Spoil them with a delicious breakfast in bed without lifting a finger. Put it on a tray with a small flower. You can also incorporate the ring by exposing it on the tray or simply removing it after turning off breakfast.
Get on the roof:
If your building allows it or if you have access to a roof, this is a unique way to glimpse the horizon, contemplate the stars of the night and propose to your loved one. Romantic it even more with a few flowers and give it a picnic feel. Or set up a small table and chairs and bring champagne. Just the two of you and a rooftop, is that romantic?
However, if you want to take photos of the big moment, get some secret advice from a photographer. To make this a secret photo shoot, have your photographer on the roof next to yours whenever possible. Talk about social distancing!
To walk on the beach:
Like going out in the open or on a path, taking a stroll along the beach is a great romantic way to offer outdoor proposals. It doesn't have to be in the heat of summer while you're trying to get some sunshine.
Strolling along the beach at sunset reveals the perfect photoshoot for a secret proposition. As the sun goes down, that beautiful orange / yellow/red mix on the horizon tells you to get down on your knees. In the background, ocean waves crash as hair flutters in the wind. We couldn't be more romantic!
Proposing on the Water:
Asking the question while swimming in the water and taking in the picturesque views is still possible even during the pandemic.
Many boat companies are adapting to help couples celebrate their special occasion. “In the face of the extravagant events that have affected the pandemic, we have focused our services to ensure that couples start their lives together by sailing towards the sunset with only their loved ones. We have strict protocols to ensure the safety and health of all of our guests. "
You might consider renting a smaller boat to create a special moment for two. Sailing on your Starlight boat has not been subject to any state capacity restrictions and is your preferred boat for engagement sails. "Despite the pandemic, people remain optimistic, look ahead, and get involved." You can even ask the captain to pass a bottle of champagne on board so you can really party!
Zoom in prose:
We've all had our fair share of Zoom calls during quarantine. It has easily become one of the favorite methods of communicating with friends, family, and colleagues.
A virtual celebration can be a little unusual, but with today's technology, it is very easy to get everyone together for a group video call. Tell people to dress up, drink champagne, and listen to your other half tell them the romantic story of how you asked the question!
Everyone needs a moment of togetherness and joy during these times, so why not include your closest friends and family as well? Invite your loved ones for a group zoom to attend the engagement and create a unique and magical moment!
If we can find any bright spots in this pandemic, surely one thing is the kindness and humanity that people are showing to each other right now. “We've all shown a little more care and care for those we love in one way or another. I find that the suggestions always happen, and while the suggestions themselves seem a little different, love always conquers everything. "We couldn't agree more!