The modern wedding industry is teeming with businesses and services offering to plan your big day, honeymoon and even the stag and hen parties. But, what about popping the question? I’ve asked experienced proposal planners about their job; what they do and should you consider hiring one? Here’s what I have found out!
In recent years, proposal planners have become increasingly popular. Obviously, the act of coming up with a question is finally getting the importance and planning it undoubtedly deserves. Although a wedding has its significance, too, the proposal is a moment most people remember for the rest of their lives.
Good proposal planners help guys with their proposals, without force feeding a generic idea. Before suggesting anything, a good planner will ask questions about the couple, the relationship and future plans (apart from getting hitched). So, don’t expect your proposal planners to be plucking (overused) ideas off the internet; instead, they are helping guys dig deep and find those unique, special and private moments to integrate into an ideal proposal.
If you’re ready to pop the question, you are surely at a turning point in your life. This means you’ll need someone to support you every step of the way and help you even in case you experience the cold feet. A proposal planner is, therefore, some sort of a therapist, too. In addition, you don’t need to tell anyone you had someone help you with proposing to your girlfriend. Proposal planners are confidential and they won’t be tempted, like your girlfriend’s sister, friend or mom to spill the beans.
Finally, the proposal planning service is usually aimed at guys who need a hand in coming up with a question, but it has also helped women to set the scene for getting a “yes” from their boyfriends. Proposal planners can tailor appropriate packages for LGBT population, too.