Propose at Christmas

Tis the season to propose! Whether it is the contagious festive spirit, the holiday season, the socializing and fun, or just the intimacy of being with your loved one over the festive season, Christmas Day is the perfect time to get engaged! If you have decided to Propose at Christmas, here are some ideas.

Hot Air Ballooning
See the sites of Melbourne with a gorgeous romantic hot air balloon ride over the festive season. As you admire the scenery take the ring from your pocket and pop the question. So romantic and memorable!

Gift Wrapped Engagement Ring
Place your engagement ring box, inside a box, inside a box, inside a box. Wrap each of the boxes. Be patient, this will take some time and wrapping paper. Ensure that the end result is a very large box. Place under the tree on Christmas eve and watch them open their present the next day with amusement and frustration! Be ready to pop the question.

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Propose at Christmas

Ring in the Tree
Put on your favourite couple’s song, dress in something super spiffy, and spend the evening together making sure that the tree looks amazing. Insist that your other half puts the star on top of the tree and watch their face fill with delight and surprise as you go down on one knee.

Ring on Wineglass
Celebrate the festive season with a romantic dinner. Place the ring on the stem of the glass, or tie to the stem with some cute ribbon in your loved one’s favourite colour.

Christmas Lights Proposal
Have your tree lit up big time and propose in one of the most festive ways of all. The lights back a perfect backdrop to your proposal photos. Have a friend or family member nearby to catch the moment, or hire a professional photographer.

Christmas Party Proposal
When everyone is together, having lots of fun and eating and drinking like no tomorrow, this can be the perfect time to propose. Your loved ones are around you, everyone is in a great mood, and you can all celebrate your engagement together.

Christmas Pudding Proposal
Tradition is to hide sixpence in the Christmas pud. Swap tender for a diamond ring for a beautiful surprise. This is still one of the most favorite ways to propose at Christmas, whether or not you like Christmas pudding

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