Before you go ahead and arrange the world’s biggest flash mob for your boyfriend or girlfriend, there are a few things you’ll want to consider before you propose publicly and in front of tons of people. There are all kinds of creative ways you can propose, and you want to make sure a public option is the best for you AND your boo. Here’s what you should consider:
Are you thinking they might say no? – If there’s even a CHANCE that they’ll say no, you might want to reconsider a public proposal. You also might want to consider an actual conversation about it first.
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"We started our vacation in Casablanca, Morocco and then had an amazing driver take us into the desert (it took three 10-hour days to get there!). On our first night there, we climbed up to the tallest sand dune we could find and Omar got down on one knee with the most incredible ring and view. We spent the rest of the night dancing under the stars, and the Moroccan's at our camp threw us a “traditional Moroccan wedding” with mint tea, dates, and drums!"
Do you know what your partner wants? – You should have an idea of the type of proposal your partner really would enjoy. The last thing you want to do is propose in a way that’s overwhelming or terrible for them.
Are you doing it for your partner or yourself? – If a public proposal is YOUR greatest dream, awesome! But if your partner’s not into it, DON’T DO IT. It’ll just make things awkward.