Is it a good idea to make public proposals?
Proposing to the love of your life in public may appear romantic and interesting, but it can be strange, especially if you’re not sure how your spouse will react.
Many people consider public proposals to be manipulative, which is fair because meeting new people and being in such an open place can influence a woman’s decision, especially if she is not yet ready.
Another reason why public proposals are seen as manipulative is that if the lady isn’t ready and refuses, she will be perceived as a nasty and selfish person; but, if she accepts out of pity or fear of public space, she will begin an unhappy marriage.
So, which is preferable: public or private proposals?
It really doesn’t matter which one you choose. Both public and private proposals have advantages and disadvantages; choose the one that is best for you and your partner.
However, there are a few things you should both discuss before popping the question. This will assist you in selecting the most appropriate proposal format.
1. Is she a shy person?
Shy people value their personal space and want to be in a quiet, warm environment. It is preferable to make a private proposal if you want your partner to respond honestly. They will be frightened about public propositions, and they may say “yes” to you out of dread of being judged by the unusual faces around them.
2. Do you think you’re both ready?
You should both be willing and ready to marry each other before proposing to her. This will alleviate any anxieties about being publicly rejected.
3. What would her ideal proposal entail?
Inquire about her ideal proposal, whether she prefers an open or private proposal, and whether she prefers to have her friends and family present or just you both with cameras.
All of these considerations are required for both public and private initiatives. When arranging a proposal, knowing what your spouse wants is critical; it reflects your commitment and saves you from unnecessary anguish.
Finally, if you’re positive that’s what she wants, a public proposal isn’t a bad idea.