Art of Engagement

Romantic Spring Proposal Ideas

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Spring is truly a magical time of year. Flowers are blooming, the birds are singing and romance is in the air. It’s a time for new beginnings, and what better way to start a new beginning than by proposing to your special someone? Take note of these romantic ideas!

1. Surprise Her on a Hike


After the snow melts and the weather warms up, it’s a perfect time to take a hike together. Ask her to help plan the hiking trip so it is even more of a surprise when you get down on one knee. Once you get to a lookout or picturesque spot, it’s time to pop the question! Bonus: You two can return to this spot later on and it will always be a special place.

2. Take a Day Trip to a Garden


The flowers are blooming and your local botanical gardens has the perfect picturesque location for a proposal. Hire a photographer to capture the special moment! That way your memory of the day never fades.

3. Go on a Spring Break Trip


Spring break trips aren’t just for the college-aged crowd! You can take a road trip somewhere new or go to an island paradise! A mini vacation is a great way to get away from everyone and everything and just enjoy each other. Wait until you’ve been there a couple of days and the moment is right before you pop the question! That way you can still surprise her and enjoy vacation as a newly engaged couple.

4. Have a Picnic

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A picnic is a proposal straight out of her favorite story books. Pack her favorite home-cooked meal and head to a pretty park. Does it get any more romantic? Don’t forget to pack some Champagne to celebrate with after she says yes!

Andrew became a member of the Shane Co. family in October 2014, when he was hired as a Diamond Consultant for the Woodbury store. In his role, Andrew is responsible for helping customers find the perfect gift for the best value. His favorite thing about working for Shane Co. is making the shopping experience fun for the guests he works with. In his spare time, Andrew enjoys writing, traveling and producing his own music.

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