Sunday, January 5, 2020

5 Proposal Ideas for Introvert Couples

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Introverted people don’t normally plan out an elaborate public proposal. If you and your partner are introverted, then you may have a more modest idea for a proposal in your head. Proposals don’t have to be loud and extravagant to be special, that’s something that many introverted couples tend to agree on. There are ways to make the moment intimate or romantic without being over-the-top.

If you’re ready to pop the question to the love of your life but lacking ideas on how to do it, we have suggestions that may point you in the right direction or offer some inspiration.

1. Adventure game
You can turn your proposal into a treasure hunt full of romantic clues that your partner needs to find. You can scatter the clues around your neighborhood, home, or in a wider area, including at locations significant to your relationship.

You can even ask some of your partner’s family members or friends to hold some of the clues or play a part in the game. The treasure hunt then turns into an adventure that leads your partner to the ‘treasure’ or reward, which can be a beautiful emerald or sapphire engagement ring from Australia.

2. Get your partner a pet
Introverts tend to love animals a lot, sometimes even more than other people. If your partner is an animal lover, consider getting them a pet they’re sure to adore.

This furry (or feathery, scaly, etc.) friend can carry a small sign or envelope that contains your proposal message. You may have to be prepared, however, that the pet won’t fully cooperate.

Don’t worry too much about making things perfect. Your partner is sure to appreciate the gesture and effort. Just make sure that you both are ready for the responsibilities of properly caring for a pet before doing this.

3. Romantic sunset
Introverts tend to appreciate the natural yet beautiful events that take place on a daily basis, such as the sunrise, sunset, or even the beautiful stars in the night sky.

Sunsets, however, always hold a special place in a lot of couples’ hearts. There’s something about the way the sun slowly disappears on the horizon, which paints the skies a beautiful shade of orange or gold.

Look for a spot that looks like a great place for an intimate and romantic sunset proposal. This can be on top of a hill, at the beach, or at a balcony of a tall building where you can have some privacy. For a more romantic touch, you can even synchronize the proposal with the sun going down, turning the sky into a beautiful light show.

4. Reminisce memories
If you and your partner are already living together, consider using the time when they’re out of the house to fill their favorite room with photo memories and items from your relationship. You can tape these on the walls or arrange them on the floor or on the furniture.

5. Write a song
Why not tell your partner just how much they mean to you in a song? Of course, there are countless love songs that may capture your emotions, but writing the song yourself can make the proposal more personal. The song can narrate how you started to fall in love and eventually realized that he or she is the one you want to spend the rest of your life with.

Introverts can plan out the most amazing proposals
Proposals done by introverts tend to be well thought out and meticulously planned. You don’t need to have a lot of people. Sometimes, just having your partner with you or a handful of loved ones to witness the event is enough.

When planning out the proposal, always have in mind the preferences of your partner. Ask yourself what would truly make them smile so you can hold the memories of the proposal dear in your hearts as you tell them to other people and kids or grandkids if any.

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