There’s a new breed of wedding planner in town – the proposal planner.
A recent study saw that 80% of women were disappointed with the way their man popped the question, so it’s no wonder the proposal planner diaries are getting filled up.
The words ‘will you marry me’ seem simple enough, but when it comes down to it, men can find it scary because they want to execute it perfectly. Maybe it’s pride getting in the way, the fear of the unknown or it’s rejection. These proposal planner teams help men, and sometimes women, with their ‘will you marry me’ moments, helping their ‘down on one knee’ moment amazing in a creative and personal way.
To make sure the ideas they plan have a personal touch to suit the couple, the proposal planner will ask for questionnaires to be filled out. It gives them an insight in to the personalities and the relationship. They also aid with engagement ring ideas and proposal etiquette to make sure their clients fully up-to-date with the know-how.
Having a proposal planner means less stress and the guarantee of a decent proposal story being told over and over again for years to come. Women use wedding planners for the same reasons, so is there anything wrong with men using proposal planners?
What do you think? Do you like the idea of getting professionals involved to help people pull off amazing proposals?