You’ve found the best Texas wedding venue and researched the highest rated vendors. There is just one small thing you have to do first. Propose! We get it, there is a lot of pressure to do it just right. That is why we have listed some big marriage proposal mistakes you will want to be sure to avoid.
Not Having a Plan
If your plan is to just play it by ear, you might should rethink your plan You could very well be setting yourself up for some super awkward moments that could have been easily avoided with a bit more consideration.
On the other hand, there is such a thing as over-planning. You might think it is a good idea to ask as many people possible in order to plan for every possibility, but you may end up with some conflicting advice and then not be sure what your next move should be. Ask only a handful of people who’s opinions you and your partner really value, and pick what works best for you.
Don’t Forget the Ring
You would be surprised how often this happens. Sometimes you can get so involved in the details that you miss the big picture. Find a safe spot to secure your ring, and double check that you have it before you move forward with your proposal.
This is going to be one of the most defining moments of your life, and you’re going to want to look back on it with joy. You cannot do that as well if you didn’t arrange for someone to take video or photos. Even if your partner doesn’t like the limelight, think about discreetly setting up a gopro or camera for you and your partner to watch afterward.
It’s natural to have some nerves when getting ready to propose. If you find yourself getting worked up, excuse yourself and find a quiet place to calm down. Take a few deep breaths and get back to executing your plan.