Take her somewhere special. Just the two of you, and it will be special. Image courtesy of arztsamui/ FreeDigitalPhotos.net
When asked, many people comment that most proposals happen on Valentine's Day. But actually that is not true. Other times of the year are becoming increasingly popular for proposals.
It's all about when, where and when is a better time than on her birthday. The night is already going to be special, so why not make it even more special and ask her to marry you?
Ok, you've both been dating for threes years, and although an anniversary is technically for wedding anniversaries, you celebrate every year on the day you started dating. So what better way to propose? Just the two of you with a bottle of champagne, if you wish. Just like on her birthday it's already going to be a good night, and she won't suspect a thing. It will be a really nice surprise.
Popular in the United States, proposing at a thanksgiving dinner is another option. Family and friends around the table give thanks and you propose. Maybe she will say yes and give thanks to you for putting up with her for all this time, and for wanting to spend the rest of your life with her.
Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
You're probably surprised to know, but Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are two of the most popular days of the year to propose. Spending the day with family and friends and sharing this special moment with them. I can't think of a better way to propose to your loved one.