6 Romantic Ways to Propose With Flowers

For many couples, Valentine’s Day is one of the most romantic, happiest time of the year. They also tend to act extra mushy and lovey-dovey, declaring their love for one another. So it’s no surprise that plenty of couples get engaged on February 14th. It is the day of love, after all! According to Time.com, there is an average of 220 000 wedding proposals that take place on Valentine’s Day each year.

But whether you decide to ask her to marry you on Valentine’s Day or a different day, first you need to figure out how to propose. You could just “pop the question” out of the blue one day. Or you can plan something special and romantic for her. The latter is probably the better choice, since a marriage proposal is supposed to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. So make it meaningful and memorable! And don’t forget to include flowers in your proposal, as nothing sets the mood quite like a bouquet of beautiful flowers.

Here are 6 romantic ideas to get you inspired:

  1. Surprise her with a bouquet of flowers with the ring tied to one of the flowers.
  2. Send her one red rose (or her favourite flower) every day for 12 days. On the 12th day, surprise her with a dozen red roses (or a bouquet of her favourite flowers) with a ring attached.
  3. Spell out “Marry Me” using flower petals or flowers, like this one romantic guy did for his marriage proposal.
  4. Make the proposal public for all to see. Create a living wall billboard spelling out “Marry Me.”
  5. Propose flash-mob style, where strangers hand out flowers to her until she reaches the destination where you will proposal. Decorate the place with flowers and candles.
  6. Women love fashion! Create a dress out of flowers, like this guy did with 9 999 red roses!

Now that we’ve got you thinking, here are some beautiful flower bouquets that would be perfect for the occasion:

For the Love of Roses Bouquet

You can’t go wrong with the classic dozen red roses. Marriage proposals and red roses go hand-in-hand!

For the Love of Roses bouquet from GrowerDirect.com

Traditional Rose Bouquet- 36 Roses

Or if 12 roses don’t seem sufficient enough for such a significant event, go for 36 red roses! This magnificent bouquet of red roses will make a lasting impression!

The Traditional Rose Bouquet- 36 Roses from GrowerDirect.com

The I Heart You Arrangement

Nothing says love and romance quite like pink and red roses.

The I heart You Arrangement from GrowerDirect.com

The Red Beauty Bouquet

A gorgeous hand tied arrangement made with romantic red roses and stunning stephanotis flowers.

Red Beauty Bouquet from GrowerDirect.com

The Pretty Pinks Bouquet

A beautiful, romantic bouquet featuring white roses, pink carnations, pink Asiatic lilies and Queen Anne’s Lace would be perfect for the occasion.

The Pretty Pinks Bouquet GrowerDirect.com

About Connor Lowry

I love flowers! I enjoy writing about them as well as gardening. Mostly I love finding new and unique flower gardening ideas I encourage you to post regularly on this blog, and send in guest blogs or ideas for new blogs as well. New and exciting blogs are always welcome I intend to post a lot of interesting facts and fun stuff about flowers, as well as info on many varieties of flowers.
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5 Responses to 6 Romantic Ways to Propose With Flowers


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  4. Yup flowers says:

    Very nice..literally we can say flowers are the most beautiful creation of nature in the world, when we see flowers we can’t imagine the creativity of god!!!


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