Spring is officially sprung, and love is in the air. As the grass grows greener and flowers are in bloom, many couples are coming out of their winter hibernation and making summer plans. In fact, there’s a good chance that you have a wedding invitation in your mail right now. With so much excitement for the future, you may be planning your own engagement. However, one of the hardest parts of getting engaged is planning out the proposal. In order to help you plan, we’ve put together some spring proposal ideas. Consider this your road map to getting her to say “Yes!”
Love Is In Bloom
After the long months of winter, spring brings warmer weather and outdoor opportunities. One way to take advantage of this is by visiting a conservatory or arboretum. The blooming flowers and green foliage offer excellent scenery for a proposal. Take a walk around looking at the beautiful greenery and stop in front of your lover’s favorite flowers. Then, make your move. Whether you plan on giving a speech or dropping to a knee, there’s no way she can turn down an engagement ring when surrounded by such natural beauty!
Take A Hike
If your future spouse is into adventure, then taking a hike is the perfect way to propose in the spring. Before you leave, make sure you secure your custom engagement ring! To make the proposal perfect, pack a picnic of her favorite foods. It also would be romantic to sneak a small bottle of champagne for a celebratory toast. Mountain tops, waterfalls, and lakes all make for a great secluded spot for asking her hand in marriage. Plus, not only will be she be wowed by the proposal, you’ll have plenty of time alone to discuss your future together on the hike back.
Get Out of Town
Another great idea for a spring proposal is to head out for the weekend. Take a short road trip to a favorite getaway or look for affordable flights to a city you’ve always wanted to visit. With a little planning, a romantic getaway is the perfect spring proposal idea. City explorers would do well to book a boutique hotel room while adventurers who prefer the countryside provide the perfect time to stay in a bed and breakfast. If she’s an extrovert, proposing in public in front of a landmark building can create a romantic memory that will last a lifetime. If she’s a bit more on the private side, take a nighttime walk before popping the big question.
These are just a few examples of spring proposal ideas. If you have a great proposal story, let us know about it by leaving a comment. We may even feature it in a future blog post!