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Ways to get your family involved in proposal | by Knot For Two

Family is the cornerstone of our lives, the steadfast presence that shapes our journey. In moments of big and small, having family members by our side enriches our experiences and makes life's milestones all the more meaningful. 

Proposing to your partner is a momentous occasion, and involving your family can make it even more special. Their presence and support can add an extra layer of love and joy to our proposal. According to Knot For Two's experiences, we had come up with a few roles that would be appropriate for family members to participate in our proposal.

  1. Getting hints from your partner: It’s essential to pay close attention to their words and emotions during daily conversations and consider their preferences. If your partner frequently talks about their family, especially their parents, it may indicate that family holds a significant importance in their life. They might appreciate involving them in the proposal. 

  2. Identify Key Family Members: Determine which family members you want to involve in the proposal. Consider both immediate family and extended family based on their significance in your partner’s life. 

  3. Assign Roles: Assign specific roles to family members based on their personalities and strengths. For instance, a sibling might be great at keeping secrets in assisting with planning, while parents might be ideal for giving a blessing and offering emotional support. 

  4. Plan the proposal concept: Brainstorm ideas for the proposal and decide how you’d like family members to be involved.

  • Message or Letter: Ask family members to write heartfelt messages or letters to your partner. Collect these messages and present them as a surprise during the proposal. It’s a touching way for families to express their love and support. 

  • Photobook or Video: Create a photobook or video that features photos and memories of your relationship, alone with messages from family members. Share this book or video with your partner during the proposal.

  • Scavenger Hunt: Plan a fun scavenger hunt that involves family members. Create clues or tasks that lead your partner to different family members or significant places in your relationship. The final clue can lead to the proposal location where everyone is waiting.

  • Message Board: Set up a message board or banner with messages from family members at the proposal location. Your partner can discover these heartfelt messages as part of the proposal.

Incorporating family members into your proposal can add a beautiful layer of love and significance to the moment. It shows your partner that family is an important part of your life and your future together. Remember that the key is to strike a balance between the surprise and the involvement, ensuring that the proposal remains a joyful and memorable experience for everyone involved. 

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