Winter Proposal Ideas

Winter Proposal Ideas

With the winter months fast approaching now would be the time to start thinking about some winter proposal ideas.

Winter has always and always will be the most romantic season, we aren’t 100% sure exactly why that is though. Perhaps it is the warm cosy nights in by the fire, or the snowflakes falling to the ground, or the fact that everyone is in a good mood as Christmas draws closer. And with that being said the winter months are perfect for making memories that will last a lifetime.

And now we will get onto the topic of how you are going to make this winter special, whether you are going on holiday, chilling with family or just the two of you together. There are tonnes of great ways to propose you just need to be given some inspiration and that is what we are here to do.

1. Enjoy a meal

Now this could be at home or at her favourite restaurant, either way you will want it to be intimate, romantic and just the two of you.

2. Give Her a Present.

Since this is a winter proposal why not do it on the most magical day of the year? Wrap the proposal up into a present and give her the best gift of all.

3. Horse and Carriage.

Whether you are jetting off to the big apple or you just going somewhere nearby but a horse and carriage ride is bound to set the scene for an awesome proposal.

4. Write it in Snow.

If you are lucky enough to have some snow this winter, then use this to your advantage and pop the question in the snow. It will definitely be a memorable experience.

5. Incorporate it into a Christmas Activity.

As you are decorating the tree, or curled up on the sofa on Christmas eve or even on Christmas morning before you go downstairs to open your presents.

6. Ring in the New Year.

Start the new year by getting down on one knee. It will be a memory you will never forget and the perfect setting for a winter proposal.

And if all goes well you could be planning your stag do in the months to come so why not be prepared and check out what activities we have on offer here.

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