Hi guys, it’s Rob here. So it is February the 29th, so happy leap year to you all. And today, I’m gonna be talking about the top tips to proposing to your man on a leap year. Now, apologies if I’m a bit croaky. I haven’t been very well. The video might be slightly out of focus and I’m not in my normal setting, but we’re gonna give you some great tips anyway. So let’s get started.
1) Should I propose?
Well, this is a very personal question, but I suppose it’s the most important question. So just because it is a leap year doesn’t mean you have to necessarily have to be forced into proposing. This is a very personal choice for you and whether you want to spend the rest of your life with this person. Now only you know the answer to this question, so this is quite a brief point, but just think about it. Would you like to spend the rest of your time with this person? Do you see the rest of your life with them, aspirations, career goals, life goals, things like that? So have a think, and if you think, “Yeah, of course,” then yeah, of course, go for it.
Okay, so now we’ve established you want to get married to this person, the first thing you should thing about is location. Where are you gonna do it? So, again, this is a personal choice. Maybe you share some great experiences together at a certain location, maybe you were born in a nearby town together and you don’t live there anymore, so, perhaps, travel there, or maybe go by the seaside and just have a romantic time together and make it spontaneous. If you do go to the seaside, try and avoid the floodwater, but if you do go somewhere nice, make it personal to you and make sure that it’s genuinely heartfelt and special.
3) What happens if he says no!?
Okay, and the very last thing is what happens if it all goes wrong? What happens if he says no? If he says no, don’t be disheartened. It just might not be the right time for getting engaged, getting married, and that’s okay. People have different timelines in life, so just ’cause he says no now doesn’t mean he’ll say no in the future, and just because it’s not February the 29th in six, 12 months’ time, it doesn’t mean you can’t propose again. So keep it together, don’t get too upset, and I’m sure that everything will work out in the end. And you never know, he might even ask himself in a few months’ time, so I’m sure it will all work out for you.
Okay guys, well, that’s my top tips for proposing on a leap year. I hope you have a fantastic day. If it’s your birthday today, as well, happy birthday. You don’t get to celebrate it very often, so I hope you’re doing something special. Again, any proposals or any birthdays, please post some stuff in the comments below. I’d love to see them and I hope you have a fabulous day. If you do get a yes from your proposal and you are looking to get married and need a wedding video expert, then please send us a message. We create some fantastic wedding videos and we’d love to help you if you’re at that stage. Okay guys, well, have a lovely February the 29th and love from us all here at OrFactor Productions.