Is it too obvious, and predictable, to propose on Valentines day?
My hairdresser certainly thinks so. She is happily married and I'm glad that her “hubby” proposed on a different date, otherwise you have to wonder if she would be married at all? Dare we consider that she might have said NO?
Has Valentines day lost its “sparkle” and become over commercialised? It's easy to think that way as prices rise and adverts for gifts put pressure and expectation on us to make it a special day. After a long tough January, the last thing we need is extra pressure on our shoulders.
Back to the question... should you propose on Valentine's Day?
Valentine's Day is traditionally known for being all about LOVE and relationships. It's the most romantic day of the year, which in theory makes it the perfect day to propose. On the other hand does it feel 'forced' or 'cheesy'. Again, is it all a bit too obvious?
To propose or not to propose, that is the question.
In summary, maybe you're like my hairdresser, who is romantic but thinks Valentine's Day is too obvious a choice for proposals. Or perhaps, like me, the eternal romantic, who LOVES everything with hearts, flowers, diamonds on any day of the week it's a great day to ask your loved one the big question.
Whichever side of the debate you are in, LOVE makes the world go around every day of the year, but there is definately something special about the 14th February.
Did you propose on Valentines day? Get in touch and tell us your story! If you're proposing this year and looking for a wedding planner in Lanzarote, I'd love to hear from you.
Until next time...
Lanzarote Wedding Planner
Weddings by Ann Leneghan
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