Posted March 26, 2012 by Amanda Basso in Marriage
 
 

Tips For Men: Proposal Planner Delivering Your Words of Love


To all the guys checking this everywhere, I have a really good tip for you, if you’re planning to pop the question to your honey. Now, no doubt you guys are distressed, I mean we girls think about four specific aspects of our weddings our whole life, and you guys have some work to do if you want to meet our needs. The top four are the wedding gown, the wedding ceremony, the engagement ring and the moment their being proposed to. And we leave two of these important main features of our wedding to you guys; the engagement ring and the proposal. Its stressful, isn’t it? I mean I’m a female and all but I feel your pain.

However, fortunate for you I going to be your fairy god sister and give you guys a tip on how to relieve the stress of these two aspects of a wedding. Unfortunately, it’s not the ring. Sorry guys but you can ask the jeweler for advice and just remember the qualities of your girl and you should be fine. However, I got a really good tip that will take most of the stress off of you when you try and come up with a way to popping the question and that is hire a proposal planner.

I know what you’re thinking, “don’t you mean wedding planners?” No, I know what I said and its reliable, there are actual companies that will help you plan and set up the way you will propose to your sweetheart. They virtually work like wedding planners only instead of the wedding it’s your proposal they’re planner. And believe me, next to the wedding gown the wedding proposal is the second most important thing to your soon-to-be bride.

How much do they cost? Well, that varies and you probably do have to do a little research. I know there is a place in California that does wedding proposals and charges two fees which can cost you at least $1,100 dollars. However, if you measure this against the cost of the wedding and the amount of stress your bride will have to go through planning that whole even, unless your nice and want to get involved(hint hint), then the price is well worth it in my thoughts.

However, if you don’t want to hire a proposal planner but still want the moment to be special I do have some tips for you. One, set some cash aside for the proposal, it doesn’t have to be much but enough for a dinner or present or something. Two, don’t wing it. Plan this event out, even if it kills you to do it. Remember your girl has been dreaming about this just as much as her wedding gown, don’t blow it. And three, remember to have fun. I know it’s stressful and all but try and relax and enjoy the day. After all it could be the beginning of the rest of your lives together.

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Amanda Basso