Holiday Marriage Proposal Ideas
On New Year's Eve, sneak away to a romantic spot just before midnight and propose as the right start to the new year. Then celebrate with a kiss and lots of champagne.
Add a custom proposal "song" to his or her go to playlist on iTunes, or record an unexpected proposal podcast.
Springtime and Summer Marriage Proposal Ideas
Propose in a botanical or flower garden when everything is in bloom.
Playful Marriage Proposal Ideas
Pull off a miniature imitation out by asking for your partner's ring size in clear ways (bringing home a ring chart is one). When they accuse you of ruining the surprise that you just are shopping for a ring, say, "Okay, try this one instead."
Hosting an alfresco reception on a vineyard? Request to borrow some wine barrels to hold all your yummy desserts.
Love arts and crafts? Create paper flowers and DIY pinwheels for your altar.
Keep things simple and sweet with unkempt greenery as aisle decor for your garden service.
By constructing a cute swing for you along with your mister use your outdoor space.
Aqua - Cherry Red - Khaki
Good for: Retro-inspired wedding themes
Yellow - Gray - Silver
Great for: Modern autumn wedding themes
Magenta - Poppy - Yellow
Great for: Alfresco summer wedding themes
Navy - Eggplant - Gold
Good for: Artdeco fall wedding themes
FIRST DAY OF MY LIFE, BRIGHT EYES
This adorable acoustic song is a great option for couples seeking a quirky option, and we think it’s a wonderful method to begin the first day of your married life.
A THOUSAND YEARS, THE PIANO GUYS (INITIALLY CHRISTINA PERRI)
Frequently couples can’t determine between a classic instrumental or a contemporary lovesong with vocals for their processional music. Why not get the finest of both worlds with an instrumental cover of one of your favourite tunes? We adore this cello and piano cover of Christina Perri – check out The Piano Guys for more classical covers.
WAGNER, BRIDAL CHORUS
Frequently known as Here Comes The Bride, this piece of classical music is the traditional choice for the procession of the bride, and is usually played on an electric organ. We’ve picked a slightly more modern arrangement by Vicente Avella on classical piano – that way you can keep the component of tradition with no play!
GLASGOW LOVE THEME, FROM LOVE ACTUALLY
Walking down the aisle to a song from your favourite film soundtrack is another approach to incorporate instrumental music with a personal touch into your service. There are plenty of choices to choose from – Love Actually is a great spot to begin, and will have you welling up before you know it.