Fall is one of the most beautiful times of the year, and the best season for love, in my opinion. The cozy temperatures and stunning fall colors just fill the air with romance and magic. That’s why if you’ve been meaning to ask the love of your life to marry you, now is the perfect time. Plus, there’s lots of festivities coming up – Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas!
To give you some inspiration, here are my top fall proposal ideas that will guarantee a big YES.
The Corn Maze Proposal
Plan a fun corn maze scavenger hunt, with clues leading up to the big question at the end of the maze. But if you really want to leave your partner speechless, just pick an intimate spot in the corn maze where you can pop the question. She’ll be too busy finding her way through the maze that she will never see that coming.
Pumpkin Carving Proposal
What’s fall without pumpkins? This proposal idea may require more effort, especially if you’re not really the DIY or crafty type. Carve your question into several pumpkins and light it up to reveal it.
Bonfire Night Proposal
A bonfire with your sweetheart is already romantic. What more if you take this chance to pop the question? Just ask right then and there or do something fun like hiding the ring in a s’more. But make sure not to roast the marshmallows!
Autumn is such a perfect time to visit a famous park because of how beautiful scenery is. Golden yellow leaves make the perfect backdrop for an autumn proposal.
Scenic Drive Proposal
Again, because of the spectacular show of foliage that fall provides, take your love out for a scenic drive and end it with a proposal once you reach your destination, or propose at a romantic stopover spot as the sun goes down.
A Hike Proposal
If you don’t mind being sweaty when you take pictures after you propose, then a hike proposal is another fun way to pop the question. An engagement in front of a breathtaking view sounds so perfect.
I hope these ideas have inspired you to take your love story to a whole new chapter, and for you to get that much awaited “YES” before the fall season ends.