Food-Filled Proposals Slideshow
June 24, 2013
Saying "yes" just got a lot more delicious...
For the food-obsessed couple, this is the perfect proposal. Take your girlfriend to her favorite restaurant and contact the chef before about creating a personalized menu with your proposal under the "Special of the Day" section. Not only will this create an adorable keepsake she can have forever but it will also make for a unique engagement story she’ll want to tell all of her friends about.
Late Night Snack Proposal
Everyone loves a little late-night snacking, right? Grab whatever treat your sweetheart likes to munch on in the middle of the night and place the ring on top of it. Make sure its one of the first things she sees when opening the fridge so that it totally takes her by surprise.
If your sweetheart loves sushi, take her out to your favorite place and ask the chef to tuck the ring into her favorite roll. When they deliver it to the table, chances are she’ll forget all about eating.
Cracker Jack Proposal
Turn your proposal into a blast from the past by using everyone’s favorite childhood snack, Cracker Jack. Substitute the cheap prize inside for the engagement ring and watch as your significant other finds it. Trust us, she’ll like it better than some plastic toy.
If you really want to plan an elaborate scheme, have a bakery write out your proposal in icing on top of one of their cakes and ask them to display it in the window. Suggest going for a walk with your significant other and steer her past the bakery window, casually pointing out the cake with your message. Stop inside for a slice after she says yes!
Ice Cube Proposal
If the temperatures are rising or your significant other just came in from a run, surprise her with a refreshing glass of water with the ring frozen in an ice cube. Just make sure she doesn't bite down on it without looking — that would be a definite mood-killer.
Take your proposal outdoors — while camping or spending time by a fire, tell your girl that you’ll make her a s’more. Wedge the ring between the marshmallow and graham cracker and hand it to her — just make sure she doesn’t stick it in the fire!
If your significant other is one of those people who cannot interact with others until she’s had her morning cup of coffee, kill two birds with one stone by creating a java proposal. Either pop the question by spelling it out in latte art on the top or buy a mug and compose your proposal on the inside bottom — once your significant other has finished drinking their morning caffeine fix, she’ll see the message and hopefully be awake enough to say yes!
Sometimes you just have to spell it out… order these custom chocolates and use them to write out your proposal. Not only will your sweetheart love it but her sweet tooth will be satiated as well.
Fortune Cookie Proposal
Show your significant other how "fortunate" you are to have them with a fortune cookie proposal. Simply use a pair of tweezers to slip out the old fortune and substitute it with a slip of paper reading, "Will you marry me?" Celebrate afterward by slipping on the ring and enjoying a Chinese meal.