Some of us are waiting impatiently for winter to be over, as we shiver and curse the cold air. Then there are those of us who cherish every moment that winter brings, enjoying each cozy second under our fuzzy blankets, warming up with our significant other by the light of Netflix, the falling snowflakes twinkling outside our window. There is only one thing that would bring extra sparkle to the already shimmering winter scene – a diamond ring and a ‘Yes.’
Read on for our BRRRilliant (get it?), snowiest winter proposal ideas, brought to you by our very own customers.
“It was one of the most beautiful places in the world and it was so quiet, intimate, and peaceful.” – Daynia
On a family trip to a cozy cabin in Utah, Colin and Daynia took a break from their snowmobile ride, for the perfect winter proposal moment.
“I opened the little red box and immediately came to tears, said yes and fell into his arms with happiness and joy.” – Alyssa
After four years of dating, Joey proposed to Alyssa on a Valentine’s Day getaway, in the White Mountains of New Hampshire… wait for it… In. An. ICE CASTLE! How much more Frozen-esque can you get?
“Marie came closer and stared at [the ornament]. I asked her if she noticed the date. She said ‘okay…’ I pointed out that the date on the ornament is today. Still nothing but silence… So, I got down on one knee and proposed.” – Tom
Tom marked a Christmas tree ornament with the date of his winter proposal, and the two celebrated their engagement at a Christmas party.
“I cried like a baby and could barely get a yes out in between tears.” – Ashley
After requesting permission from Ashley’s parents to ask for her hand in marriage, Tyler popped the question at home, in an intimate setting with just the two of them.
“He starts to play one of my favorite songs, ‘A Thousand Years’ by Christina Perri and then gets down on one knee and asks me to marry him!!!” – Chelsea
Chelsea surprised Patrick with a trip to NYC, but little did she know that Patrick was planning his own surprise – a winter proposal on top of the Empire State Building!
“I am still on cloud 9! We found the perfect tree, my boyfriend found the perfect ring, and I found the perfect man for me!” – Ashley
While shopping with his family for a Christmas tree, Craig asked Ashley to be his forever. Now there’s a fun winter proposal idea!
“After dinner we went Glenn’s cabin and set off fireworks to celebrate our future.” – Karla
Glenn chose a silver “ice cream” platter to hide the engagement ring. Everyone in the restaurant cheered after she said ‘yes.’
“[McKinley Park] was a winter wonderland – the most gorgeous place I have ever been! #Luckiestgirlalive” – Courtney
Courtney’s high school sweetheart used snowy mountains as the backdrop for his winter proposal.
“We pulled up to the lagoon and the sky was covered in stunning pink light – the perfect setting to see all of the mini icebergs floating in pristine water. There were even seals swimming around!” – Jennifer
Hector got down on one knee on a magical glacier lagoon in Iceland, with seals as his witness.
“Ian and I love winter and snow. I could not have imagined a more magical and more ‘us’ proposal.” – Meghan
While sledding in the backyard of Meghan’s childhood home, Ian stopped to present Meghan with a shiny ring.
“Kevin got down on one knee and asked me to marry him that night in front of our daughter and the magic that Christmas truly is.” – Lorelei
Kevin appointed Santa Claus himself to deliver the sparkling engagement ring.
“When Grace turned around, Marcus was on one knee. The details from there are blurry on all accounts, but one thing we know is she said ‘OF COURSE!’” – Grace and Marcus
Marcus chose the restaurant where he first met Grace as the spot to pop the question. We love how sentimental this winter proposal idea is.
Are you a lucky winter proposer or proposee? If you got engaged with a James Allen ring, send us your proposal story and photos to Media@JamesAllen.com.
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