Growing up and getting
married is supposed to be fun! Utilize those childhood toys to have a fun toy-time marriage proposal.
Tie the ring to a cuddly teddy bear.
Tie the ring to a balloon.
Put the ring in a box of Cracker Jacks for a big surprise.
Try tying the ring to a cute little teddy bear and then write your proposal on the hershey kiss
wrapper that sticks out of the kiss!
Give her a balloon bouquet filled with rose petals with the ring inside one of the balloons.
Surprise her with a room filled with balloons. Inside each balloon, put a love note (such as "I love you.",
"You're everything to me.", etc). Hidden under the collection of balloons is a box containing the ring. She'll have to pop
all of your "love notes" to get to the proposal!
Get four balloons with each containing a word from "Will you marry me?" Once she's popped them all and revealed
your proposal, present the ring to her
Have a snowball fight with the ring in one of the snowballs (don't throw hard!!).
Hide the ring in gloves for a surprise when she's ready to slip them on.
Scratch it out in the ice on her wind shield.
Build a snowman and have him hold the ring box in his stick hand (or tie it to his scarf).
Cuddle up in front of the fireplace on a snowy day and propose while the fire crackles.
Relax together in a bubble bath with candles all over the bathroom... there's nothing more romantic for an intimate proposal.
Make her a candle lit dinner.
Give her a foot massage and place the ring on her little toe.
Slip the ring on her finger while she's sleeping then wake her with something special.
Make her breakfast in bed.
Spell it out with lit candles. This particularly works well with tea light candles.
Go for a midnight stroll under the stars.
Squeeze into a sleeping bag and lay under the stars together (don't forget to make a wish!).