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30 Fun Marriage Proposal Ideas

Linda (Kaywood) Bilyeu is a self-published author. Her books are available on Amazon. She writes from the heart—there is no other way.

Yes or No?

You have finally found the love of your life. You are ready to spend the rest of your life with your partner. You are prepared to commit to marriage.

It's time to plan your marriage proposal. You don't want to just propose. You want the moment to be memorable and unique.

You ponder a few ideas. You ask a family member or friend in confidence for suggestions. You might even use Google for advice.

I hope you find these ideas useful. Better yet, you can take a few ideas and make them your own.

This list is useful for any type of relationship. It's not just the man who proposes to the woman anymore. Women are now taking the initiative too. If you are in a same-sex relationship, this list will be useful for you also.

If you do happen to use one of the ideas listed, please post a comment and let me know. I wish you good luck with your upcoming nuptials.

The Stokers. Proposal at a Disney Hotel, before fireworks display. Cinderella's Castle in the background.

The Stokers. Proposal at a Disney Hotel, before fireworks display. Cinderella's Castle in the background.

I Now Introduce Mr & Mrs . . .

1. Place your "Will You Marry Me?" message in a bottle. Ask a friend to place the bottle in a certain area where you will be. Suggest a walk on the beach to your significant other. Imagine her surprise when she spots the bottle and reads your message!

2. Invite your girlfriend over for dinner. Spell out "Will You Be My Wife?" with A-Z Spaghettios!

3. Send her a text proposal while sitting in the same room. Be prepared with champagne, chocolates, and Train's song "Marry Me" playing on your smart phone.

4. Go for a hike. Be prepared beforehand and have a banner hanging above your path displaying your proposal. Be sure you are both on the same path at the time.

5. Use your artistic abilities and draw your proposal with chalk on a walkway.

6. Have a scavenger hunt. Give romantic clues. Eventually, the list will lead to the question.

7. Play Hangman _ _ _ _ / _ _ _ / _ _ _ _ _ / _ _?

8. Make a video proposal. Be clever. Make a slideshow of your favorite photos as a couple.

9. Using her favorite shade of lipstick, write your proposal on the bathroom mirror. Add a check yes or no box.

10. Place a ring in a container of Tic-Tacs. Do not suggest she needs a tic-tac, that would place a damper on the moment if she's thinking that you are thinking she has bad breath. Just pull out the container, pop one in your mouth (carefully) and most likely she'll ask for one. Well, hopefully she will.

Mom Will You Marry Dad?

The Nieves Family. Use chalk and put your creative talents to the test. Have your toddler help you draw.

The Nieves Family. Use chalk and put your creative talents to the test. Have your toddler help you draw.

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Marry Me Please!

11. Mention you need a tax deduction, and hopefully she'll need health insurance. Sounds like a good plan to me.

12. Create an article here on HubPages (or elsewhere online) expressing your love and ask for her hand in marriage.

13. Have a balloon pop. Place a piece of paper in four balloons and a ring in the fifth. One balloon will have Will, another You, continue with Marry, Me, and the ring.

14. Create a jigsaw puzzle with your favorite photo as a couple. Once it's completed, pop the question.

15. Go old school and place the ring in a box of Cracker Jacks. I bet that's one "toy surprise" she'll never forget.

16. Plan to meet up at the first place you met. Whether it was the produce department at the grocery store or at a friend's party. Arrange to have a photographer hiding nearby to capture the moment. What woman wouldn't want to be proposed to among the mounds of apples and sprigs of parsley?

17. Arrange a day of pampering for your significant other and a few of her friends. Treat them to manicures and pedicures. Have them meet you at a restaurant for a cocktail afterwards. This is when you'll pop the question. I guarantee her friends would accept you if they didn't before.

18. If you have a child or children, have them wear a t-shirt that says, "Will You Marry My Dad?"

19. Plan a date at a pottery place and suggest you make plates. While you are creating your masterpiece write your proposal on the plate. She'll have an everlasting memory of your special moment.

20. Write "Will You Be Mine?" on her car's windshield using window markers. They wash off easily.

Chandler and Monica's Proposal

With These Rings I Thee Wed . . .

21. Purchase a copy of the "Marriage for Dummies" book. Place it in an obvious place for her to spot. Tell her you don't know where it came from. Hopefully she'll flip through the book and discover your proposal which will be written in the center of the book with a red marker. Hopefully she also has a good sense of humor.

22. Using her favorite color ribbon, tie a ring around her precious pet's collar.

23. Write your proposal on a dry erase board or a chalk board. Wrap it with pretty paper. Have the ring hidden within a festive bow. The board would make a nice conversation piece in your home, unless she erases the proposal and uses it for your honey-do list instead.

24. Score some tickets to her favorite sporting event. Have four friends with you who will each hold up a sign Will, You, Marry, Him during intermission.

25. If you are really daring, you could post a status update on Facebook asking for her hand in marriage. I bet you'd get many "likes," or maybe not. Like I said, depends how daring you are.

26. Propose at Disney. It's the happiest place on earth. If you time it correctly, you could have a state-of-the-art fireworks display bursting in the sky immediately following her response. Your dreams could come true.

27. Prepare a romantic meal. Place her ring in a champagne flute. Be careful she doesn't ingest it.

28. If you are fans of the Friends TV show, how about watching the episode when Chandler proposes to Monica and follow with your proposal. Good luck with that one—that's a tough proposal to follow. No pressure!

29. If you are both avid Twitter users ask a favorite celebrity of the both of yours to join in on the fun and tweet your proposal for you!

30. Purchase an ad in your local newspaper. She could read your proposal over her morning coffee. Maybe she'll also purchase an ad with her answer.

Congratulations to Jennifer & David

Congratulations to Jennifer & David

Bonus Marriage Proposal Idea...

I heard a marriage proposal on my favorite radio station this morning. The caller asked the radio hosts if he could propose to his girlfriend via a song he wrote. He admitted he didn't have any vocal talent and he was correct, but he had nerves of steel.

The radio hosts phoned the girlfriend who was a bit in shock, but soon she was in tears saying, "YES" after her boyfriend proposed via song. It was a cute and romantic marriage proposal idea. She wanted him to come home from work pronto, but he promised to put the ring on her finger as soon as work was over. Awww!

Making Memories

This concludes my unique list of ideas. You are now on your own. Remember to be clever and capture the memories on photo or video if possible.

Make your proposal memorable. Try your best not to be nervous or anxious. Your emotions could make or break your plan. Try to have moral support on stand-by, such as a good friend or family member who could have your back if you should panic.

Wishing you much success with your journey. May you have many wonderful years of wedded bliss.

Train - Marry Me

© 2012 Linda Bilyeu

Do You Have a Proposal Memory That You'd Like to Share?

Techie on September 13, 2019:

How to react when your girl says ‘No’ ?

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on May 31, 2018:

Awe! Happy Anniversary Lynn!

Lynn Walker on May 31, 2018:

My husband took me to a restaurant. When dessert came. Surrounded by chocolate truffles was my diamond ring, when he officially proposed to me. The restaurant was called The Pear Tree in NJ. We are still married 29 years on May 28th, 2018. He still writes love notes in cute ways. On napkins, with beads, m&m's etc.

Subhas from New Delhi, India on January 16, 2016:

Really great ideas, am married but going to flatter my wife with your proposal techniques.

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on November 13, 2015:

Hi Peg! Thanks for stopping by! :)

Peg Cole from North Dallas, Texas on November 12, 2015:

These are truly moments that the happily wedded couple will treasure forever. Telling and retelling the story of how the proposal went is a favorite pastime at parties and Valentine's day celebrations. You've really covered the bases for a variety of unique proposals.

Chitrangada Sharan from New Delhi, India on September 28, 2015:

Lovely and interesting hub, so creative! I truly enjoyed going through. Relationships last longer, if the partners have great sense of humour. You have some great suggestions here.

Thank you and sharing on HP!

Dianna Mendez on September 27, 2015:

I stopped by to read this again, Linda. I'm sure any of these creative ideas would be memorable for the happy couple when they look back upon the day.

Daisy Mariposa from Orange County (Southern California) on September 27, 2015:


I returned to read your fun ... and creative ... article another time. I especially like the Nieves Family photo.

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on September 11, 2015:

Very true, Sujaya!

sujaya venkatesh on September 10, 2015:

fun is an integral part of love

Patricia Scott from North Central Florida on September 08, 2015:

What fun ways to have someone pop the question....I love the 'will you marry my Dad?' idea...too cute.

You know (I have been divorced forever ...34 years) but I honestly do not remember how my loved one proposed...that's kind of sad...but obviously I got over it..we had nine wonderful years...

Love to read your hubs, Linda...and I am not sure if I told you but Congrats of the Hubbie Award.... Angels are on the way ps

Mary Craig from New York on July 25, 2015:

This is one of those hubs that needs to be dusted off and brought back out yearly for newbies to read. So many great ideas.

Romance and love make any proposal the perfect one, but you've got some great ideas here.

Voted up, useful, awesome, and interesting.

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on May 10, 2015:

The more stories about married people, the better! :)

Molly Layton from Alberta on May 09, 2015:

First of all, awwww!!!! Second of all, awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!! Third, these are all so cute! I've heard of people who've used some of these suggestions. It's tough to say which one I like most. Ah, it'll be a long time before I have to think about such things... unless I write more stories about married people. Who knows?

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on March 25, 2015:

Hey Dancilla...Thanks for stopping by! You have been missed! :)

Priscilla from El Paso on March 25, 2015:

I love the list of how to propose. My fiancé proposed to me in his own way and I really loved how he put some thought into it. This hub was really good to read.

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on March 20, 2015:

National Proposal Day March 20, 2015

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on December 13, 2014:

Thank you for sharing your marriage proposal Flourish! :)

georgescifo from India on November 20, 2014:

Indeed unique and interesting ways of proposing marriage. Love reading this hub and thanks for sharing..

FlourishAnyway from USA on November 20, 2014:

Terrific ideas, Linda! My husband proposed the night after Thanksgiving in downtown Cincinnati among all the beautiful Christmas lights. He was so nervous he paid for parking rather than park on the street for free (not like him) and forgot to get down on one knee. We've been married almost 20 years.

Audrey Howitt from California on November 20, 2014:

Aww--love this Linda!!

Audrey Hunt from Pahrump NV on November 04, 2014:

One of my ex-husbands was a professional barbershop quartet singer. He proposed to me by bringing the quartet to my home + flowers and they sang "The girl that I marry" to me. Really a unique way to propose. Unfortunately, that marriage didn't last but a few months. :)

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on November 04, 2014:

Hi Sue, Thank you for sharing your niece's engagement story! It's adorable. Proposing at a kids playground is a fabulous idea, because we all are kids at heart! :)

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on November 04, 2014:

Hi Bobbi, Always a pleasure to see you. I hope you are having a wonderful day.

Sue Pronschinske on November 04, 2014:

this happened to my niece just day before yesterday, her and her boyfriend and my other niece and lil nephews went to the park, not sure how long they were there before the question was asked, well Jesa my niece was coming down the slide and just having a good time, when she just about got to the bottom, she saw her boyfriend in one knee,, then she got all the way down the slide, he was still on one knee, holding an open boxed engagement ring, "and a beautiful one at that " , well to make the story beautiful, he asked, she said yes, and there were many tears, she posted all the pictures on fb, I think mommy was clued in on this , or someone who took the great pictures, so to me, this is so romantic,, l,s, the wedding will be in Florida, hope while we are still there, ,

Barbara Purvis Hunter from Florida on November 04, 2014:

Good Morning Sunshine,

I am happy you had this on FB since I hop around when I have a few minutes on the Internet.

This is such a great hub for others to obtain a unique way to propose to that special someone.

Have a great day.

Bobbi Purvis

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on August 09, 2014:

Hi LadyFiddler, I'm glad you enjoyed my list of fun marriage proposal ideas! :)

Joanna Chandler from On Planet Earth on July 09, 2014:

This was sooo sweet Sunshine625 you made me blush from beginning to the end. Lovely ideas lol i guess which one they choose should be at their own risk. LOL

Thanks for putting some sunshine in my day :)

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on June 01, 2014:

A ring in a Cracker Jack box is a clever way to propose :)

Mary Hyatt from Florida on May 04, 2014:

Great ideas! My best friend "found" her engagement ring in a Cracker Jack Box. With my luck I would have swallowed the diamond!

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on February 13, 2014:

Hi LoveDoc! :)

lovedoctor926 on January 23, 2014:

Hi Sunshine, very sweet & romantic. nice family, Faith is a cutie. Happy Friday:)

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on January 23, 2014:

Hi LoveDoc, David proposed to Michelle at Disney, but they didn't get married there. Yes, that's Faith who was included in her parents wedding proposal. Thanks for stopping by! :)

lovedoctor926 on January 22, 2014:

How cute! I like the Disney World proposal with the castle in the background. Did your daughter have a Disney wedding with the characters? Your daughter and her husband make the cutest couple. The little girl next to your other daughter must be Faith when she was a baby. very nice couple & family too. I like your ideas for a marriage proposal, very creative especially the Tic tac. it's unique because the last thing anyone expects to find in there is a ring. Thanks for sharing this awesome hub.

Suzie from Carson City on January 07, 2014:

OK...I'll bite again...One more time around for the proposal hub.......My answer is NO......Firm NO.....No way, No how, No body, No answer....NO..............Did I say, "NO?" Adios Amiga Mia.......

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on January 07, 2014:

That's a unique proposal Dreamer! :)

draemer on December 21, 2013:

Hey guys,

One man went ahead to propose to his girlfriend during an arrest. Check it out here.


Nell Rose from England on December 01, 2013:

Came back for another read, still makes me smile! lol! voted up and shared, nell

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on August 06, 2013:

Wow Jen! Thanks for sharing your proposal. Very clever. Funny how you got excited before he popped the question :)

jen on August 06, 2013:

my ex fiancé when we where together he was station in Iraq and wanted to be home for our 1 year but his time slot to come back home got changed so he had his friends help out and do the scavenger hunt one we had a set time to do our two week web cam talk i got a letter that day telling me he has a favor so i went thru all this work ended up at his house where the hunt ended with me having all my favorite goodies and i ended up in his bedroom where the last task was and his friend had a web cam set up hidden so i can't see it but he can see it he called me when i was finishing up get all my stuff i found into the room and i was about to start the last task which was to take this old key to open this huge box then when i open it he said if i could i be on my knees right now asking you this and i was like oh my god your breaking up with me but then i saw the ring and i screamed all his friends who where hidden rushed out and congrats me and he got pissed off cause i didn't let him ask me but when he got back 3 months later he took us to this one stop that you see all of San Francisco bay area at sun set and then asked me again it was great but the relationship ended horrible but still my next fiancé has to be able to top that thou

Nell Rose from England on July 01, 2013:

I love this, did I miss it before? If I have read it then I have got a memory like a rock! lol! love the hang man idea, and all the others too, now I just need a man, any man will! voted up and tweeted! nell

Ishwaryaa Dhandapani from Chennai, India on June 29, 2013:

A marvelous hub with a list of amazing ideas! My favorite ideas mentioned here are #2, #8, #13 & #24. As for me, it is an arranged marriage but my fiancée is very romantic. Before our engagement, he secretly surprised me by sending a bouquet of roses and box of Ferrero Rocher chocolates with a mini-card stating a famous classic Indian film song which means that he is very happy to have me as his wife!

Once again, an amazing hub!

Thanks for SHARING. Useful, Awesome & Interesting. Voted up & shared on Facebook

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on March 20, 2013:

Hi idigwebsites, My daughter and her friends witnessed each others proposals which is where I got that idea from. Thank you for your comment!

idigwebsites from United States on March 07, 2013:

Impressive, creative, individual and oh so fun ideas! I like the idea with friends witnessing the proposal, it's cute! Voted up and useful, awesome, funny... heck all! :D

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on March 04, 2013:

DDE...Thank you!

Nyamache, Planning to meet up at the first place you met to propose marriage is a fun idea!

Joshua Nyamache from Kenya on February 19, 2013:

Proposing is the moment that a woman waits; it is a special day for her to hear the words from her boyfriend, “will you marry me?” The proposal should be creative, something that will create lasting memory. I like the idea “Plan to meet up at the first place you met.”

Devika Primić from Dubrovnik, Croatia on January 25, 2013:

Impressive ways indeed!

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on January 13, 2013:

Thanks Mama Kim!!

Congrats Crystal on your engagement! You are a lucky lady to have such a romantic guy!! Wishing you both many years of happiness! :)

mythicalstorm273 on January 13, 2013:

I always enjoy your lists :-) This is another great one! Well since my boy finally asked me just over 3 months ago I don't need any ideas, but it is always interesting to hear other peoples stories. He proposed on a wood trail behind our house that was lined with candles just as the sun was setting. He started playing the song I can't wait by runner runner as he knelt down on one knee! It was the most romantic thing he had ever done for me and I will never forget it :-) Once again great list!

Sasha Kim on January 06, 2013:

What an adorable and uplifting hub! Thank you for the wonderful read Linda ^_^ voting a whole bunch!

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on January 06, 2013:

You could do it Becky! Sending you positive proposal thoughts! :)

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on January 06, 2013:

That's a romantic proposal idea Klavdija Frahm! Keep us posted!

Rfordin from Florida on January 04, 2013:

Awww as a Disney Princess myself the idea of being proposed to at Disney World still melts my heart.

The idea of another marriage scares the beejeebees out of me tho.

Loved it.

As always.....


Klavdija Frahm on January 03, 2013:

I'm not engaged (yet), we've been together for 2 years now and my boyfriend is always saying that he's gonna surprise me with proposal when I'm gonna expecting at least. I would be okay to be proposed during a dinner at my favourite Thai restaurant and get ring in my dessert - tapioka pudding :D Just an idea :D We'll se how he'll pop the question. Great hub!

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on December 29, 2012:

Hi LadyFiddler, How cool is that? Great minds thinking alike! :)

Laurinzo, I'm glad you enjoyed my marriage proposals...just in case you kow someone who might be popping the question soon just send them my way. Thanks!

Monis, Thank you for reading even though you are already married :)

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on December 29, 2012:

Malkie Wersba, Greens Eggs and Ham is a fabulous witty and clever!

MT, Thank you for the share and votes!

Rajan, The more daring the better! Thanks!

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on December 29, 2012:

maheshpatwal, Keep us posted in case one of these marriage proposals works out for you! Good luck! :)

starbright, Thank you!

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on December 29, 2012:

Thank you Hattie. I'm really not a romantic, I just got lucky :)

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on December 29, 2012:

Nell, That sounds romantic enough for me. Just get 'er done! :)

Agnes on December 26, 2012:

This is awesome! So many cool ideas. I am already married, but I enjoyed the read anyway!

LJ Scott from Phoenix, Az. on December 26, 2012:

I Do not plan on popping the question anytime soon Linda ; but I must say this is some very good and creative advice...

Will keep in mind for the future... very romantic... Voted up!!!

Joanna Chandler from On Planet Earth on December 25, 2012:

lol good ideas you are really a sunshine you bring out the light even in the night LOL. I enjoyed reading this i see you got my surname in #28 lol chandler ;)

Hope the holiday has been good to you

Have a lovely night rest

Rajan Singh Jolly from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar, INDIA. on December 10, 2012:

Very creative ideas Linda and some really daring ones. Voted up, awesome.

Shasta Matova from USA on December 09, 2012:

Wow that is a lot of creative ideas! You've even incorporated modern technology in the mix. Voted up.

17 & Due on Shavuot from Modesto, CA on December 09, 2012:

Love them! I have one more. White out the words "eat green eggs and ham" in the Dr. Suess book with the same title and replace it with "marry me"! Think about it -- it's the most romantic book ever and when you get old and can't remember the story of your proposal, you'll always have the book to remember (just don't let your future children get a hold of the book!!!! ;)

Lucy Jones from Scandinavia on December 09, 2012:

Brilliant ideas for wedding proposals - so romantic. Thanks for sharing.

maheshpatwal from MUMBAI on December 09, 2012:

Sunshine what an awesome list of ideas to propose to your partner for a marriage. Your hub is a perfect guide for all the bachelors like me... Voted up.

Hattie from Europe on December 08, 2012:

Lovely Ideas! What a romantic! :)

Nell Rose from England on December 08, 2012:

Totally missed this one! what a great list! I wish we had been a bit more romantic when I got married, he said 'Want to get married?' I said, 'yep lets do it'! and that I am afraid was that! lol!

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on December 02, 2012:

drbj ~ teaches12345 ~ alocsin ~ neco555 ~ DeborahNeyens ~ Thank you all for stopping by and checking out the unique ways to propose marriage!

Deborah Neyens from Iowa on November 30, 2012:

My husband needed to see this list 15 years ago. I had the world's most uncreative, unromantic proposal, but I still love him. : )

Morgan Sheridan from Illinois, United States on November 28, 2012:

These are some great ideas. I made a website and quiz for my fiance. Made a hub about it too! :)

Great hub!

Aurelio Locsin from Orange County, CA on November 28, 2012:

Excellent ideas but I think the Tic Tac one is the cleverest of all. It might help to have some garlic chips or onion rings nearby. Voting this Up and Useful.

Dianna Mendez on November 27, 2012:

Very creative flow of suggestions, Linda. I love the hubpage suggestion. Wouldn't that be a great way to announce to the world your intentions? Hopefully the comment section would hold the "Yes" answer. Enjoyed your hub post, always do!

drbj and sherry from south Florida on November 27, 2012:

What an ingenious list of possible marriage proposals, Linda. I like the Disney World (Disneyland) suggestion the best because it can be such a romantic place in the evening sans children.

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on November 27, 2012:

Hi Michelle, I'm glad you like these "30" ways to propose! ;)

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on November 27, 2012:

Thank you for sharing your proposal with us GiblinGirl. Enjoy the memory! :)

Michelle Liew from Singapore on November 26, 2012:

I am all for every one of these 50 ideas!! Guys out there...take note! Sharing!

GiblinGirl from New Jersey on November 26, 2012:

Really cute and fun ideas - I especially liked the Hangman idea. My husband surprised me right outside of a church - it was so perfect.

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on November 26, 2012:

Mich, Thank you for the inspiring photos, some ideas and just for being you, which also happens to be a lot like me! Lucky you!

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on November 26, 2012:

Thank you Cardisa, Cathy and Epus! I'm glad you enjoyed the proposals.

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on November 26, 2012:

Hi Glimmer, #4 actually happened in the mountains in Colorado and the couple were on the wrong paths until they finally caught up. Sweet memory for them.

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on November 26, 2012:

Hi Jools, Wishing you a Happy 25th in 5 years in Toronto! In the meanwhile Happy 20th!

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on November 26, 2012:

Good luck Mary! I think the cracker jack box proposal is very clever.

Martin, Wishing you and Arlene many, many more years of wedded bliss.

Hi LoveDoc, I'm glad you like so many proposals! I hope some of them get used by someone, somewhere! :)

Epus Gren from Philippines on November 26, 2012:

I feel excited about this. Many ways are very useful and effective. The element of surprise is very high.

Stokermm from Gainesville, FL on November 26, 2012:

Awesome ideas!!! Love the main picture!! ;) my dreams sure did come true!! I hope your ideas lead to some actual proposals :)

Ms. Immortal from NJ on November 26, 2012:

Great ideas and lot of fun.

Carolee Samuda from Jamaica on November 26, 2012:

Very fun original ideas Sunshine. Love all of them. I don't remember Chandler's

Claudia Mitchell on November 26, 2012:

What a fun hub. Brings back memories of my husband's proposal. In the mountains in Colorado. I knew it was coming , but it was still wonderful. Of course the tax deduction at the end of the year did not hurt either!

Jools Hogg from North-East UK on November 26, 2012:

Aw how romantic, being proposed to with fireworks filling the sky behind you :o) I' settle for the chalk on the pavement too - I was proposed to in Toronto on holiday so I have a soft spot for Toronto now - we will revisit for our 25th wedding anniversary in 5 years time!

lovedoctor926 on November 25, 2012:

These are very clever ideas for a wedding proposal. 1,2,9,16 and 18 are funny. #10 is the funniest one and #26 I like. voted up!

Martin Kloess from San Francisco on November 25, 2012:

Thank you for this. I proposed to Arlene when I was 16. My dream came true when I was 22 (7/27/1974).

Mary Hyatt from Florida on November 25, 2012:

Now if I could just find a man!!! Great List, Linda. I honestly knew a guy who really did put the engagement ring in a Cracker Jack box.

Maybe I'll keep this Hub in case a Knight in shining amour comes riding up!

Voted UP, etc.

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on November 25, 2012:

Hezekiah, just in case you might need it again, you know where to find the ideas. Haha!

Your Cousins, I think the message in a bottle is a fab idea for marriage proposals or just to show some love.

Thank you for your comments!

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on November 25, 2012:

Effer #11 ;)

Bill, I like the Hangman also! I also like the Spaghettios idea.

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on November 25, 2012:

kiklina, TY!

SAA, Suicide and marriage. Haha! Nice comparison. You'll know it in your heart ;)

Linda Bilyeu (author) from Orlando, FL on November 25, 2012:

Janine and Alecia ... You know I couldn't have a proposal hub without including Monica and Chandler! That was one of my favorite Friends episodes. Well they were all my favs. Alecia, I agree about the Flash Mob. Way over done. TY!

Your Cousins from Atlanta, GA on November 25, 2012:

A message in a bottle would have done it for me! That would take time, preparation and planning to come out right. Voted up!

Hezekiah from Japan on November 25, 2012:

Very informative, I wish I'd known about this before getting married.

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