New Year Romantic Proposal Ideas You Can Try

Airplane Letters in the Sky  If she likes: Attention, aviation  Pros: is dramatic. Creates the sense that this can be NEWS, something that everybody within a 3-mile radius should know about, and must know about now.     Also, if you're really daring and want to risk some pinpoint timing, you'll be able to combine this with the other proposal idea and use it because the punch line for when you're able to ask the question, ''Will you marry me or will you be my wife?''
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The Family Gathering Proposal
If she likes: Awkward public moments.
Pros: only a few. If her parents already love you, maybe they'll love you even more. Also, you won't need to spend hours serially calling all of her relatives and repeating how-you-proposed stories and announcing your engagement–they're all there already. Whhooo.


Cons: this kind of proposal will put crushing pressure on her, is awkward for the family, and may rob the moment of all its privacy and dignity. Plus, proposing to her in front of the family is what the bad guy does in romantic comedies–Bradley Cooper in Wedding Crashers, Cal from titanic, and also the Soul Glo guy from coming to America. Don't be the Soul Glo guy.

Airplane Letters in the Sky
If she likes: Attention, aviation
Pros: is dramatic. Creates the sense that this can be NEWS, something that everybody within a 3-mile radius should know about, and must know about now.

Also, if you're really daring and want to risk some pinpoint timing, you'll be able to combine this with the other proposal idea and use it because the punch line for when you're able to ask the question, ''Will you marry me or will you be my wife?''

Cons: There's risk. does one know precisely when this will happen? Are you completely convinced you'll be able to get her outdoors at the right place at the right time in the right weather…And that the pilot spells the right name?

The Sporting Event
If she likes: Attention from 16,000 strangers.

Pros: This one's tricky. Keep in mind that the wedding proposal is about her, not you. Therefore if you're a die-hard Orioles fan and assume it might be badass to propose to her at a game, well, don't. Only do it if she's a die-hard Orioles fan, and even then, only do it if she's obsessed. And don't try this in a playoff game. That last ''playoff game'' rule is less about romance and more about male-etiquette. Man it's the playoffs. Show some respect for your team.

Cons: If the answer's not “Yes,” you'll blow $60,000 on medical care over the next 10 years to get over your humiliation.

Cook Her Dinner
If she likes: Quiet evenings at home more than fashionable hotspots.

Pros: This works best for guys who never cook. Seriously. It'll mean that much more to her. Besides, cooking a meal isn't extremely that damn hard. you simply find a recipe and follow it.

Bonus: sometime in advance, get her to confess her absolute favorite dinner ever—including details on side dishes, appetizers, and dessert. If you're desperate for an answer and she's tight-lipped, resort to the old “What would you order for dinner as your last meal before you're sent to the Chair?” trick. Recreate this meal dearly right down to every last detail, minus the electrocution.

Cons: you wish to dress it up (flowers, a cartoonish amount of candles, you wearing a tie, etc.), otherwise it might be too tiresome.

Sky-Diving
If she likes: Mountain condensate, the X-Games, saying the word “bitchin'”

Pros: we suppose this might work for a certain kind of lady, however you need to be abundantly sure that she has thought of getting engaged, is prepared for it, expects it any day now, and the proposal of marriage itself is simply a formality.

A unforeseen surprise or shock may lead to her freaking out and forgetting to open the parachute, which could cause the not-ideal downside of…

Cons: Death.
The Romantic restaurant
If she likes: Stability, tradition.
Pros: It's the proper setting: flickering candles, white-gloved waiters, soft music. You'll both feel like celebrities as you soak in the thrill of the spotlight. You have already got a venue picked out for your 5-year anniversary dinner, therefore there's that.

Cons: whereas it's not quite as garish as a hockey game, there's still a public audience. ensure this is a done-deal.
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