Holiday Proposal Advice


Bring out the mistletoe! Thanksgiving is over and it’s time for all the holiday proposals. As if the decorations and stuff hadn’t popped up early enough, the thing is it is never too early to begin planning. With only a month until Christmas, and less than that for Hanukkah, you need to be prepared! Here are a few ideas on how to keep your cool but still have that proposal planned and ready during this busy time of year!

1. Don’t be SO particular. 

Even if you have a dance number that involves paper machete snowflakes planned, don’t freak out if something goes wrong. The holiday season is supposed to be a joyful one, and sometimes we get so caught up in the details we miss that. Don’t do that with your proposal. Go with the flow, laugh at the mistakes, and just enjoy the moment she says, “YES!”

2. ‘Tis the Season, so make it count. 

This is the most wonderful time of the year, so you want to make sure your proposal fits the ticket. The last thing you need is you and your significant other remembering this time of year as the time you burned down the house trying to propose with too many Christmas lights. While you want the proposal to be spectacular, and not stress about it, you also want to make sure that it’s just as magical as the first snow.

3. Know what she wants. 

You don’t want a big to-do in front of her family if she wants something private. You don’t want something private if she wants the limelight. Make sure that no matter what, you plan the proposal she’s been dreaming of. Horse and carriage in the snow? It is possible! Anything is possible as long as you believe and, ya know, plan.



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  1. Kurt Duncan says:

    This reminds me of the day I proposed my peaches. It was on Christmas. On the eve, I spend with her in her apartment. I sneaked in a Christmas present under the tree. It was a diamond ring wrapped in gold foil. My idea was that she will surely open the presents next morning, and when she unwraps mine, she will be overjoyed and call me and I’ll straight up appear in front of her door(I will wait there before she wakes up). But, I was way too early, and my bladder was so full waiting in the cold outside. I had to call her, and use the washroom. Then she opened her presents upon my request. She opened my present. She overjoyed seeing the ring and held me tight saying yes. We have planned to marry in August.

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