With a dog.
Just make sure the dog doesn’t eat the ring or you’ll have a poop-laden proposal.
Or a kitten.
In a photobooth.
So the moment is captured.
Carved in a tree.
On Christmas day.
Hidden inside the Snitch.
In your morning coffee.
To ensure that you’re an alert, sentient human being before giving a definitive answer.
Yep, that’s a cake.
Hidden inside of a valentine.
On the beach.
During a Scrabble game.
With a hidden photographer.
Level up bonus: keeping it a secret and surprising you with a framed photo of the moment on your wedding day.
With a book.
As long as you don’t think anyone willing to perform open heart surgery on a book is an absolute monster.
Or a trail of books.
In a Cracker Jack box at the big game.
Just like Mario would propose to Peach.
The perfect beginning for “happily ever after.”
Bonus: you get to wear these for the rest of the trip.
With a fakeout.
Hopefully you don’t mind being proposed to on your birthday.
Spelled out with every ticket stub of every movie you went to together.
With a s’more.
A proposal which will hopefully be consummated in a camping-themed wedding.
With a love letter (and the option to pick out your own ring!)
With a scavenger hunt.
Make ‘em work for it.
With a hand-picked array of rings.
And the option to “pick one.”
With a super simple and sweet message.
You can either go the straightforward or the totally geeky route.
With an initial necklace, only the last name isn’t yours….
With a real life Monopoly game.
The whole getting down on one knee would happen on the luxury tax, obvs.
The marriage proposal version of this refrigerator.
At the finish line.
Thumbs up for yes, thumbs down for no.
With a pebble and some waddling, like penguin love.
With a very, very enthusiastic reaction after you say yes.
Let us not forget what happens after the actual proposal.