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7 Best Things to Checklist Before You Propose

Are you about to propose? Or is someone about to propose to you? I’m sure you aren’t reading this post if you just met your spouse yesterday. It doesn’t matter where you met each other, the fact remains that for the word proposal to jump right into your head, you have been together for some time.

However, it’s quite important you checklist some things before deciding if this is the right time to propose or if you should propose at all. We have seen so many situations whereby partners reject their spouse’s proposal ridiculously and embarrassingly. I’m sure this is caused by some errors on the side of the person proposing and I won’t want you to make that same mistake.

The following are things to checklist before you propose to your partner:

 1. Know their view about getting married

Some of those people who rejected their spouse’s proposal aren’t wicked and that doesn’t mean they don’t love their spouse. Some of them just aren’t ready for marriage. Having a ring on your finger for years without getting married isn’t so cool and why should they have the ring at all if they aren’t ready for marriage in a year?

Although the unexpected proposal is fantastic, marriage shouldn’t come as a surprise. Start by bringing up a friend who just got engaged. Inquire about your partner’s thoughts on marriage. Find out what your partner’s future goals and aspirations are. You’ll not only have a successful proposal but also a long, fulfilling marriage if you’re both headed in the same direction.

 2. Talk to the parent before proposing to your spouse

This isn’t old fashion as some people think notifying the parent of your spouse about what you are intending to do will give you some kind of advantages. Your spouse may be close to her mother so much that she knows what she’s up to that you don’t know. The parents can easily tell you to hold on or go ahead when it’s necessary.

 3. Prepare by buying the ring

This may seem childish but your spouse loves it. Are there any ladies that doesn’t love a ring? Nope

All of them love the trailing experience of having that ring on their finger, so whenever you think of proposing, you should know the right type of ring to buy based on your spouse’s choice. Getting an oversized ring can ruin the moment.

 4. Consult the professional

Yes, some individuals are paid to perform such tasks. You can get assistance from proposal planners with everything from securing the location to making sure it looks lovely. Although this level of luxury is pricey, the returns on investment can be quite impressive.

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 5. Take your proposal personal

Think about the personality of your mate. Go for it if they are the type to like the attention that comes with doing this on the kiss-cam during an NBA game.

But perhaps leave that for another time if that’s the kind of thing that might embarrass her. Exists a special place that holds significance? Do you have a favorite upscale eatery where you would want to inquire? Whatever you choose to do, remember that the more personal it is, the more of an impact it will have.

 6. Don’t panic

Don’t freak out once more. However, bear in mind that since feelings will likely be running high, this is not the time to forget your lines! Give some thought to what you want to say so you aren’t just winging it; it doesn’t have to be an excellent poem. The “would you marry me” line should also be included. That is crucial!

 7. Don’t be too concerned about the outcome

We know everyone loves to hear the yes but don’t be so consumed by eagerness because that could spoil the moment. Let the moment sink in, let her cry if she feels like it, let lower smile if she feels like it.

Just be calm and maintain your stand.

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