Are you wracking your brain for proposal ideas that will take his or her breath away while everyone’s social distancing? Finding just the right way to ask for someone’s hand may be a little daunting—especially with limited options in where to go or what to do.
We’ve curated three simple proposal ideas to make the most of a magical moment with a little help from our friends at Diamonds & Design in Vineland. Their diamond expertise and customer service promise a ring shopping experience you’ll never forget—and when you use an Xspero™ digital gift card on your purchase, you can show a little love to a local charity with 20 percent going to the organization you choose in the app.
Here are three simple proposal ideas to consider while we’re social distancing.
#1: Recreate your first date.
If you’re looking to take the simple route, recreating your very first date together is a romantic way to revisit the past before you ask for the future. Order takeout from the restaurant you dined at and create a picnic in the park.
Just remember not to skip out on any of the details that made that day so special. And when it’s time to pop the question, your history together will be fresh in mind.
#2: Organize a drive-by parade.
While everyone is social distancing, an at-home proposal can be just as special as a romantic getaway or exotic location. Ultimately, you know your partner best and what will wow them. Consider a private proposal at home and have family and friends ready to line up in their cars as a special surprise.
#3: Enlist the help of family and friends.
If you’re planning a proposal outside of home, enlist the help of family and friends to act as your undercover photographer. You’ll want to capture the moment they say yes without relying on a stranger to take your photo. For those with a DSLR or a camera with a decent zoom, you can station your undercover helper from a distance, so the moment is all yours.
Speaking of photography: If you don’t trust your family or friends to capture the moment, there are three Xspero™ merchants who are up for the task.
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