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Have your proposal in a park with friends and family a safe distance away. Once you've proposed, have everyone show up for an impromptu celebration.
Pick a spot for some summer stargazing (it's even more perfect if there's a meteor shower or lunar eclipse expected) and propose under the night sky.
On New Year's Eve, sneak away to a romantic spot just before midnight and propose as the perfect start to the new year. Then celebrate with a kiss and plenty of champagne.
Choose a favorite place—whether it is a fountain, hotel rooftop, monument or national park—that has personal significance to the two of you. Once you are there, ask someone nearby to take a picture of you together. Instead of posing, drop down on one knee.
Plan a romantic destination getaway for two. When you're on the plane, use the loudspeaker system (of course, run your plan by the flight attendants first) and propose at 35,000 feet.
Pick the perfect spot to propose and have a photographer hide somewhere discreet. After your proposal, your photographer can snap some posed photos too.
Send your unsuspecting fiancé-to-be on a treasure hunt that ends with your marriage proposal. Start with a clue at home (a handwritten note or text message) that leads to a tour of your favorite spots all over town.
Hire a photographer to capture your proposal but tell your partner you've won a romantic couple's photoshoot. Get dressed up then propose mid-shoot. Follow it up with a romantic engagement session.
Get in touch with the stage manager of your favorite production and propose after the cast's curtain call. Call ahead and see if you can have a special note or ad placement added into the playbill so you have a keepsake of the proposal.
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