Engaged At Christmas
Christmas and New Years rates as one of the most magical moments to propose or "pop the question".
You want to look back on the occasion as one of the best days ever, since you're already surrounded by friends and family, likely already dressed up and picture-perfect ready, and in that festive, happy, holiday spirit why not!!!
According to wedding experts and social media sites, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are the most popular days of the year to pop the question, followed by New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.
I had a busy Christmas with three youngish children, 13, 10 and 8. Christmas is very very exciting in our house. But I too had a magical moment!! ( No I'm already married)
It was the evening of Christmas Day and time to relax on the couch eat chocolate and watch a movie with the kids when I received a text and picture " Look what just happened" from one of my gorgeous and beautiful BFFs'.
I responded OMG. BUT couldn't stop there an emergency phone call to confirm was needed. I needed the verbal reassurance that the visual was matching my thoughts!!
It was confirmed it was a Proposal and she said "YES"
Whilst I haven't been informed of the ins and outs of this special moment in my friends life, I could not be more thrilled for them both.
Two beautiful human beings whom found love with each other. If two hearts are meant to be together, no matter how long it takes, how long you wait or how tough life seams fate will bring you the love of your life.
If you are thinking of getting engaged Christmas has passed New Year is just around the corner. If you are feeling poetic you could try this!
Meant to Be
When I met you, I met my destiny. My one true love, You'll always be.
If you feel the same, And I truly hope you do, There's something very important, That I want to ask of you.
Instead of "you" and "I," Let's become "we." I'm asking you to share my life, Will you marry me?
Note:- If you do opt for a public proposal, be sure you have carefully judged your sweetheart's reaction before asking the question. She may prefer a more private, intimate proposal followed by a public announcement. Furthermore, while a new engagement can add more significance and joy to a holiday celebration, a public rejection can awkwardly taint the holiday too .
Let me know if you "POP'd the Question" these Holidays