Will You Marry Me?
There is no other time, than the beginning of a
relationship, when couples verbally express their
love for each other. This is especially true for
Proposals and vows are words said to your
special statements that summarize the
entire relationship. They are significant because
once they are said, the course of the relationship
changes from casual to serious.
The beauty of proposals and vows is in their
brevity. They capture the essence of your love,
devotion, and commitment in just a few words.
I Want to Spend The Rest of My Life With You
Because a wedding proposal is a story that will
be told and retold, it needs to be done in a way to
create a storybook tale of the event. Basically,
something that you will be proud to tell people the
rest of your lives. Here are some guidelines to
help you propose with style:
- Choose a meaningful date that is easy to
remember, such as Valentines Day.
- Choose a place that has personal meaning,
such as the first place you went on a date.
- Incorporate details that personalize the
history of your relationship.
- Plan the proposal for a day that your
partner wont be too rushed or stressed to
enjoy the moment.
- Select a private place, unless you
dont mind others watching.
© 2009, ExpertDatingAdvice.com
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