Valentine’s Day Proposal Ideas

Proposing on Valentines Day, the most romantic day of the year, has a lot of perks. Before you even think about looking for an engagement ring you need to plan the proposal: How should you propose? You want to do something that’s unique, but what can you actually do that’s different?

Below we have listed some of our favourite Valentine’s Day proposal ideas.

Proposing in a restaurant

If you decide to propose in a restaurant, you’ll want to make sure that you don’t propose in a way that’s cheesy, and has been done 1000 times before.

Instead of putting the ring in your partners champagne flute, (not only is it a massive cliché, it’s also dangerous), why not propose using a ring box shaped cake that you can fit the ring into?


Or you could hire singing waiters to surprise your partner with their favourite song? Alternatively you can personalise a champagne bottle to say ‘Will you marry me?’ The list is endless.


Proposing at home

If you are on a budget, or you want to propose somewhere a little more intimate, then popping the question at home could be perfect for you.

Perhaps you could scatter rose petals of your partner’s favourite colour around the room? Or print out photographs of you as a couple and create a ‘love story’ timeline of your relationship, which you can then dot around the room.

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You could even organise a movie night in with your partner where you can watch your own personalised romantic film.

Proposing in public place

Before doing this you have to ask yourself whether your partner enjoys public displays of affection. If not, this probably isn’t the best way for you to propose.

If so, what do you like to do as a couple? Is there a place that you always go to on Valentine’s Day?

One idea could be to propose beside an iconic landmark with a busker serenading your partner to their favourite song.


Or if you prefer you can organise a huge flash-mob in the centre of the city and dance in it yourself.

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Proposing somewhere unique

To make your proposal extra special, the location and the personality of your partner are key.

If your fiancé likes caving, propose in a cave. Alternatively if they like the beach, propose there.

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Our partner’s The Proposers have recently organised a a private laser light show proposal at a stately home, a speed boat proposal along the River Thames and a private proposal in the walkways of Tower Bridge, so nothing is impossible!


If you’d like help planning the perfect proposal get in touch with our partners The Proposers. They have a planned over 650 proposals with a 100{b73dba2f17de0d6747e2a4e2a5d8cd71a65ae593e6462933d3c03b3044ece260} ‘Yes!’ success rate so you are in good hands with them.

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