Engagements Made on Valentine’s Day
Maybe you have no idea up to now that many couples across the world have settled the day of their weddings during the Valentine’s Day, the same day that their future grooms have proposed to them. Indeed, men across the globe, who are familiar with this day, have considered it as the best day to pop out the marriage proposal. In this way the number of Valentine’s Day engagements seems to increase with every year.
So, being a man and head over heels in love with your woman you might consider this day as the one to mark your engagement. In this respect you should think in advance of the place where you are going to launch the proposal. If you plan to ask her in a romantic restaurant downtown you should see to it to have a table specially reserved for both of you and maybe for your families, too, if you want this event to be made official. This can be a good idea as you won’t have to organize a Valentine’s Day engagement any more: just ask the question, present the engagement ring and then plan for the wedding.
The thing that is of a great importance when planning the Valentine’s Day engagement is of course the engagement ring. Being given this specific day, you can always go for something that symbolizes love and desire to spend the rest of your life next to the woman you love. Various designs are available, some of them, the vintage style looking quite glamorous. You can find many of these styles carrying symbols of heart in their design and considering this day, you can opt for one of these as well.
For those couples who prefer having their Valentine’s Day engagement celebrated with a number of guests they can plan a big party at their home place where the rooms put at the party’s disposal are all decorated in the spirit of the Lovers’ Day. The living room, being the largest can be the one where the dance floor is set and you can decorate it with heart shaped balloons and red colored ribbons hanging from the ceiling. You, as a fiancé, can make a surprise for your fiancée and use a long banner that crosses the room from one side to the other where you can write a phrase to state your love and your innermost feelings.
At one side you can set the tables in the Viennese buffet style where everyone can choose what they like from various courses presented. The plates can be chosen also in the shape of a heart, and bottles of Champagne being kept in the cooler to be served chilled while a band of musicians launch their tunes of love and happiness.