December 7–From your friends at Robbins Brothers, we wish you a blissful holiday season and 12 romantic ways to propose marriage to the love of your life! Go ahead & make this festive time of year one to remember.

  1. Take her to see Santa. Have Santa tell her she’s on his nice list, then drop to one knee and surprise her with the engagement ring.
  2. Hire a group of Christmas carolers to sing in front of her doorstep, and change the chorus of “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” to “Will You Please, Please Marry ‘Michael’?”
  3. Hide the engagement ring in an ornament box and hang it from the tree on Christmas Eve, with a note instructing her to open it.
  4. Enlist the help of neighbors to spell out “Will You Marry Me?” in Christmas lights on her front lawn.
  5. If your town has a holiday parade, get the girl scouts or high school marching band to unroll a banner with your marriage proposal as they walk down the street.
  6. Love Disneyland? The theme park’s decorations make any place inside a perfect place to propose.
  7. Escape from the stress of the city and get away to a romantic hotel or cabin. Propose to her under the stars.
  8. Get each member of your families to hand her a piece from a custom puzzle during your big dinner or dessert. The completed puzzle will be a picture of you proposing.
  9. If flying together is on the agenda in December, ask the crew to let you use the P/A system to propose when you’re in the air.
  10. Ask your local appliance store for a big empty box that would hold an unromantic item: microwave oven, vacuum, even a refrigerator. Wrap it like it’s the best appliance a girl could ever want. She’ll be thrilled when she finds the little tiny ring box after digging through the foam, newspapers and other filler.
  11. Find a local ranch or village that offers horse-drawn carriage or sleigh rides. A good-ole fashioned way to propose.
  12. Too nervous to propose at Christmas in a public way? Ask her to marry you on New Year’s Eve, with just the two of you and a bottle of champagne as the clock strikes midnight.