Proposal Tip #2: Be Confident!

If you’re ready to propose, that means your relationship has been heading in the right direction for some time, whether thats a few months or a few years. You’ve already been doing something right to prove to her you’re marriage material so continue to be yourself! She loves you for you, and part of that comes down to you being confident in who you are and the decisions that you make. Think about the first time you asked her out. Were you nervous beyond belief or were you overly optimistic? No matter how you felt, you got through it and now find yourself about to pop the question. You know why you got through it? Because you were confident in your decision to ask her out just like you need to be confident in your ability to propose to her! Women can sense confidence, it’s one of their many talents. Just be you, have faith in your abilities, and don’t hesitate when asking her to marry you.



Pixar Short: Paperman

I’m a huge fan of everything Pixar, especially their shorts that play before their movies. One of my all time favorites is Paperman, a simple, sweet story about a man’s journey to find a beautiful woman he briefly runs into at the train station.

For those of you who feel that love is impossible to obtain, this short begs to differ. If you love something or someone, don’t give up trying to capture it! Fight for it and fight for them.

Snapchat Secrecy


We get it. You’re nervous, you want to make sure everything is perfect, and you definitely don’t want the secret that you’re planning a proposal to get out. All it takes is one accidental text to the wrong person and next thing you know, your soon-to-be fiance already knows your plan. That’s where snapchat comes up.

The beauty of snapchat is that messages and images disappear instantly! When I was planning my proposal, I only communicated to my now fiance’s friends, who were helping me, via snapchat so that there would be no evidence of planning. It also worked out great because I could take pictures and send it to her friends for their thoughts without worrying if my girlfriend would see the text or image somehow.

If you’re worried that your significant other may find out that you’re up to something, feel free to send us a message via Snapchat if that’s how you’d like to communicate. Seriously! It’s a great tool for these types of situations and we’re always on it.

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