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Long-distance proposal ideas

For some couples, long-distance is the norm. This means plenty of hours spent on the phone, video chatting, texting, emailing, and generally missing each other. If you’re in a long-distance relationship, or simply stuck apart for an extended period of time, it can be especially tough if you want to propose. 

So, you’re probably wondering about how to propose when you’re not together right? Well, before getting carried away, make sure to select the perfect ring from the range at Valentina Engagement Rings. They have something to suit every taste and budget that is sure to have your partner saying yes! 

Now, it’s time to focus on popping the question. Here are some long-distance proposal ideas we’re sure your partner will never forget!

The Surprise Arrival

If you want to make a long-distance proposal truly special, why not remove the distance? Turning up unannounced will certainly make you smile, but if you add a proposal your partner will never forget it. 

You could be waiting for her in her home, surprise her after work, or have her friends and family arrange to have her arrive at another location where you’ll be waiting. If you do reach out to friends and family to help, be selective of who enlist to help – you don’t anyone to spoil the surprise. 

Alternatively, you could arrange a trip for the two of you to go somewhere that you’ve been talking about for a while.

Treasure Hunt

This is an idea that is will require a lot of planning, but will be very fun for both you and your partner! You can have your partner search their home or their local area for clues – it’s up to you. 

To execute your scavenger hunt, you’ll need a few places for your partner to search and a way of giving them clues. If you want to give them physical clues, you may need to enlist the help of a friend. They can hide them in your partner’s home or place them discreetly around town. 

Alternatively, you can have your partner call you when they reach certain locations or send you photos to receive their next clue. 

To add some extra romance, make the locations or clues related to your relationship. The final step will be the proposal. This could a laptop that has been set up with you waiting, a package containing the ring, or even the real deal with you in person! 

Social Media

If your partner spends a lot of time scrolling, this could be your opening for a great proposal! Imagine their surprise as they scroll through their feed and come across a photo of you with a ring and the caption “will you marry me?”. 

A Book

This is a great proposal idea for book lovers. There are two ways to go about this:

1. Send your partner a copy of their favourite book as a present. Highlight the words will, you, marry, and me, and wait for them to inevitably find these words!

2. Send your partner a copy of a book they love. Cut out a hole in the pages to fit a small box – a ring. You could even include a note that says “will you marry me”

Final Thoughts

As you can see, there are plenty of romantic ways to plan a long-distance proposal! 

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