Perfect Proposal Tablescape

I do… do you?

This week I got an interesting submission for the blog – and it got us thinking about proposals.

Perfect Proposal Tablescape

Floral Designers Worship Luxury were asked to create the perfect table setting for a romantic proposal. The inspiration for this tablescape came from the original artwork called The Emergence of the Feminine. Tulips, orchids… yep they are pretty romantic!

What do you think makes the perfect proposal setting? Flowers? Candles? Monster Trucks? Let’s get chatting in the comments.

Photo by J and J Photography, via Two Bright Lights

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  1. kat

    While the above looks very pretty, I don’t think you need a setting. I know friends who’s had the proposal while on the sofa watching telly. That said, I have another friend who rented out an entire watchtower by the sea, set it up as a private restaurant for 2 and lit thousands of tealights everywhere. But I think no matter the props or location, what you’ll really remember is what he, or she, said during that moment. And that’s what really counts at the end of the day.

  2. carol

    i proposed @ Oxegen during, it was all very spontaneous and awesome. i wouldnt want it anyother way

  3. carol

    meant to type during snow patrol

  4. The Perfect proposal just has to be meaningful in my book – so whatever is most meaningful for the couple. For me, that meant for us to be at our mountain cabin in the Fall – my most favorite place during my most favorite season.

    xoxo, chrissy
    The Perfect Palette

  5. Well, she said “Yes” so that’s what makes it perfect, right?!?!?
    Thanks Bride & Joy for posting this, we loved designing it…very different!!!

  6. I think it totally depends on the couple. Some may want a big public show, others may want something private and simple. Perfect just involves having the person you want to marry ask you!

  7. Siobhan

    I think sitting in your jammies watching anything but the X factor would be perfect! :)

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