3 Ways To Find the PERFECT Proposal For Your Girlfriend

By Michael Webb

Did you know that the most memorable marriage
proposals are also the most creative and unique?

Problem is, the more you want to blow her away, the
more frustrated and stressed you become by trying
to come up with an original idea!

Not to worry.

Here are 3 ways to get your creativity flowing and
come up with your winning proposal idea:


Aww… your girlfriend likes restaurants. Well guess
what? So does everyone else!

You need to dig for those unique and special things
about your girlfriend that stand out, and use them
as your starting point for proposal inspiration.
Nothing speaks louder than a proposal that says, “I
love you and understand you deeply” at the same

If you're stuck for ideas, grab a piece of paper
and think back to all the memorable moments while
you two were dating. What are her favorite things
to do? What place does she hold dear to her heart?

If she grew up on the beach, maybe you could take
her to a high cliff near a magnificent beach where
she grew up, and arrange for her to see the words,
"Kim, will you marry me?" written in giant letters
on the sand down below as the sun sets.

As another example: I once knew a girl who was totally
OBSESSED with Superman. So in this case, instead of
parachuting into a party to propose, why not do it
in a Superman costume?

See where I'm going here? Your first step to a
perfect proposal is making a list of all the things
that are special to your loved one and using them
as inspiration for your proposal.


Believe it or not, no matter how long you’ve been
dating, you’ll almost always discover some new
“little known facts” about your girlfriend by
simply asking her family and close friends. While
these hidden gems might not spark a proposal idea
themselves, they'll certainly guide you in the
right direction and further inspire you.


Want to know if your proposal will be exceptional?
Explain your proposal idea to a female friend and
if she isn't "mouth-hitting-the-floor-with-astonishment"
surprised, go back to the drawing board!

I'm serious.

This is the most important moment in her life (and
yours!) If the proposal stinks, what’s she going to
think about the YEARS ahead? Some people say that
you should keep proposals "safe" or "simple" by
doing something that everyone's already done
before, but considering 80% of women said their
proposals were less romantic than they'd hoped for,
isn't that telling you something? While most men
spend lots of money on the ring, they often lack
originality, which leaves the woman feeling

In conclusion, if your proposal doesn't excite
friends and family, it certainly won't excite your

About the author:

Michael Webb is the author of “The Romantic’s Guide
To Popping The Question,” a book filled with 101
Creative and Unique Marriage Proposals, hand-picked
as award-winning stories from a total of 7,329
entries in his worldwide competition. To learnmore, visit: http://item0612.proposals.hop.clickbank.net/
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