posted on Mar, 7 2014 @ 09:18 PM
I have absolutely zero advice on this one, my husband didn't exactly propose so much as it was out of the blue random chatter in a conversation. Him:
"So, when we get married, any particular time of year sound good?" Me: "Eh, whenever we feel like hitting up the court house. Don't need a party,
hon." Thing is, we'd never mentioned it before that, and it seemed like a complete
given at the time of the conversation, so much so that the
"proposal" wasn't even a surprise
Some time later, we happened to be out & about near the court house, and got the license on a whim that day.
I'd examine what kind of person she is at heart. Laid back? Laid back folks would probably appreciate the more simple (or to the point
straightforward proposal, or simple conversation about marriage even. If she's sentimental, covertly (as best possible) find out what areas mean the
most to her in relation to you and go from there.