“My most brilliant achievement was my ability to be able to persuade my wife to marry me.” – Winston Churchill
History of National Proposal Day
The National Proposal Day was established by John Michael O’Loughlin. The Day is celebrated on both the Vernal Equinoxes (the first day of Spring) and Autumnal Equinoxes (the first day of Fall). As with the Spring, this Day is celebrated on March 20th of this year. There is no mention of the first observance of this Day. Proposal Day has been created as a way to encourage people to a marriage proposal to their significant others. So those who have waited for a day to pop the question can take this Day as the best chance to ask the significant other to marry you. Let your loved one in your life know that you are open to a marriage proposal. Everyone who is ready to propose can make your marriageable let know that you are interested.
Many a time, people would have thought to propose in a romantic way but the problems are the lack of self-confidence and courage to propose. But now with the Proposal Day, they have got a unique way of proposing to the partner by being in a large group all doing it together. So talking to your long-term significant other about your future together will no more be a difficult task. A proposal for marriage is performed by an engagement ring in many cultures. It is the male partner who will make the proposal traditionally. The ring will be usually be worn by the female partner for the time in the acceptance of the proposal and the wedding ceremony. But there are some countries where the woman can propose marriage to her man. However, on this Day, there are no longer set in stone and men as well as women can propose marriage to their significant others.
How to Celebrate National Proposal Day
The best way to celebrate National Proposal Day is to do a marriage proposal to your partner. Take this Day as the best opportunity for expressing or asking your marriageable about the life of your together. Those who wanted to propose in a romantic way can opt for the flash mob. Think of the way you are about to propose like if you’re about to put a ring, then take your significant other to a candlelight dinner. Give a bouquet of flowers and pop the question, ‘Will you marry me?‘ You can even prepare a favourite recipe for your partner. Express your feelings why you choose to settle down with your partner in the best way. Share your celebrations on the social media using the hashtag #ProposalDay.