Home proposals – the good, the bad and the ugly
(Image: SWNS: South West News Service)Dinner, anyone?Over a romantic meal in the comfort of your own home can be the perfect way to pop the question – if you put safety first. Sharing her story with wedding website The Knot, one bride-to-be told how her now fiancé “cooked us dinner at the beach house and ended up slicing off a piece of his index finger. Talk about ruining the moment!”Treat timeThey do say never work with animals or children – especially when it comes to proposals. After a couple’s pet played its part popping the question, the bride-to-be took it one step further and balanced the ring on the pup’s nose while sharing news with family. What happened next? The dog mistook the ring for a treat and swallowed it quicker than you can say ‘I do’!Writing’s on the wallLiterally! This groom-to-be perfectly combined his proposal with some redecorating by writing his declaration of love all over the wall of the couple’s new home.
(Image: Howtheyasked.com) Love of my ‘light’Sometimes, all it takes for the most romantic proposals is a set of fairy lights and a projector. With a screen playing a slideshow of images and videos from the course of their relationship, this groom-to-be took his partner by surprise when he got down on one knee surrounded by twinkling lights in the couple’s own garden – perfect for a low-key show of love.
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