It seems that the creativeness or romance around the proposal has a lot to do with the kallah accepting the proposal.
Why is that so?
It is a bit disastrous if she just blushes and says “Er… um… I think we need a bit more time…”, no?
I don’t know about the creativeness, but the romance is definitely boosted if she says yes!
OOmis -“collation for two with roses and wine, and proposed to her. That was almost 7 years ago.”
What’s a collation?
If you take me as a son-in-law, I will Not waste money on these Naarishe things.
I hate to be a stick in the mud, but all this planning of a cute proposal strikes me as being shtuss. After a few dates, my wife and I simply had a mature discussion about getting married. No bended knee, no ring, we just decided that we wanted to do it. That was 25+ years ago.
more_2 – Unless torah613 is my sister or my mother, which although highly unlikely would be quite amusing, I can’t see any way that I’d be remotely close to being related to her. Out of curiosity (yes I used your name in vain, curiosity), what similarities did you see?