Happy New Year from the Wedding Team! We would like to send our love and best wishes for 2012 to everyone – especially if you’re getting married this year.
This time of year is a very popular time for marriage proposals. It must be the romantic mixture of the cold weather, a sprinkling of festive spirit and the positivity and hopes people have for a new year ahead, that inspires people to get down on one knee. In the last month we’ve had four notonthehighstreet.com proposals which you will be hearing lots more about in 2012, but for now CONGRATULATIONS to Emma, Danielle, Becks and Desiree and of course their grooms-to-be! Inspired by the romance of the time (and in the office air) I’ve been thinking up unique and romantic marriage proposal ideas.
If you’re a groom looking for proposal ideas and props that will inspire the ‘right’ answer, or a lovely lady taking full advantage of the Leap Year of 2012 and want to customarily take matters into your own hands – I have compiled an array of personalised proposal props to assist in popping the question. If you want your proposal to be a pure, un-adulterated, soppy, romantic affair or take an understated, less-is-more (but meaningful nonetheless) approach to proposing, look no further as these personalised products can be tailored to you and your proposal needs.
original and quirky
‘Will Marry Me’ Rope Swing by Sitting Spiritually
Doodle Double Duvet by Stitch Design Works
seasonal and keepsake props
Personalised Ceramic Christmas Baubles by Sioned Ap Gareth
Alphabet Candle Pots by Rachel Dormor Ceramics
spell it out
Personalised ‘Will You Marry Me’ Print by Milly’s Cottage
Hand Crafted Decorative Letters by Letters Etc
Personalised Chocolate Letters by The Letteroom
writings of the heart
Wildflower Paper Heart Bunting by Green Gables Bunting
‘Button Proposal’ Greetings Card by Mrs L Cards
print it up
Personalised Days I’ve Loved You Card by Ruby Wren
Letterpress Hand In Hand Print by Durnall Designs
Personalised Destination Blind Art Print by Pearl and Earl
Is your partner the kind of bride-to-be who would prefer to choose her own ring? Here are two budget-friendly ideas that will make perfect interim alternatives and can be kept as a treasured token of the moment forever.
Personalised Diamond ‘Marry Me’ Ring by Posh Totty
Personalised Silver ‘Marry Me’ Charm by Sayang Silver