A marriage proposal with Flash Mob?
With the rise of YouTube and social media, The Flash Mob Proposal has been popping up (literally) all over the last few years. Full of energy and emotion, a flash mob might be the perfect choice if you’re trying to plan a creative and unforgettable proposal.
One word of advice though, if either you or your partner hates attention, then this is probably not the right proposal. After all, the last thing you want is for your future spouse to feel uncomfortable during their special moment.
Marriage proposal, much more than a moment!
The moment you get down on one knee and open that ring box is sure to be one that your future spouse won’t forget. So, imagine if the proposal was an entire day filled with romance and anticipation.
"Guys are starting to realize that the process of proposing shouldn't be just about getting down on one knee, but they should make an entire day of it," wedding expert James Ambler says to The Knot.
During your couples stay at the all-inclusive Palace Resorts, it’s easy to schedule a day of love with everything from deep tissue massages for two to an intimate dinner at your pick of five-star restaurants.
After a day full of romance, a sunset catamaran tour leaving from Moon Palace Jamaica makes for the perfect moment to ask the long-awaited question.
Proposal for a marriage at sunset, difficult to overcome
When on a trip to Cozumel, Isla Mujeres or Ocho Rios, there’s probably no better background for the perfect proposal than overlooking idyllic sparkling waters as the sun sets into breath-taking hues right before your very eyes.
From writing “Will you marry me”? in the sand to beach scavenger hunts, a sunset proposal can’t go wrong. And it’s not all about Caribbean sunsets, either–picture gently taking the hands of your beloved one into your own under the arch of Le Blanc Spa Resort Los Cabos, with the glistening Sea of Cortez as your backdrop.