How to Propose to Your Girlfriend

by Ken Marlborough - Date: 2007-01-08 - Word Count: 316 Share This!

Asking your girlfriend to spend the rest of their life with you can be a very stressful time in a person's life. You do not know if they will say yes, or if they will say no. Worrying about finding a romantic and unique way to propose is also another worry men go through. Even though the traditional way of going down on one knee and asking them to marry you works, women today prefer to be asked in such a way that they will remember the moment for the rest of their lives.

Examples of innovative ways to propose to your girlfriend.

Sometimes, a romantic proposal will determine the answer of your girlfriend to your proposal. This is the reason why it is vital that you do it right. Finding the right way to propose is very easy to do. This is assuming that you know your girlfriend and her interests. For example, if your girlfriend is the type of person who likes to go to sporting events, having the words "will you marry me" on the big screen will have a big effect.

Taking your girlfriend out for a romantic trip and proposing during the trip is another way to do it while she is having a good time. For example, you and your girlfriend go to an Alaskan cruise, and while on the main deck looking at the stars during a clear night you go down on one knee and ask her to be your wife. Combining an unforgettable vacation along with a memorable moment will guarantee that she will never forget that day for the rest of her life.

Women want this moment to be truly memorable. If you think that there are no new ways to ask your girlfriend to spend the rest of their life with you, you are wrong. It only requires a little effort and a lot of preparation on your part.

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