If you’re at the point that you’re ready to get engaged, here’s my advice, make it special.
Do something that both of you are going to remember, something that connects to the two of you. recently I did a wedding for a couple that she loved lighthouses so he, thinking about how he was going to pop the question, decided he was going to build that question or build the popping of it around a lighthouse.
So he got online, he researched lighthouses and he found out there was a lighthouse in the San Francisco areas.
So they took a trip there and he worked it out with the park ranger to be able to get into the lenses room, overlooking the bay and there he popped the question.
It was really special for them because it was something that she enjoyed and he absolutely enjoyed just being a part of that.
So look at your lives, what is it that you both enjoy and make that popping the question something special. It’s a big event, so don’t just make it normal, make it special.
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About the author
Born and raised in California, Dr. Dave Gudgel has called Fresno, Sacramento, Bakersfield, Santa Barbara, Agoura Hills, Phoenix, and now Sunnyvale “home.”
Dave currently serves as the Lead Pastor of Bridges Community Church in Los Altos, CA. Prior to Bridges, Dave was the Senior Pastor of Agoura Bible Fellowship, a church in the northwest Los Angeles area for twenty-one years, and then the Senior Pastor of Bethany Bible Church in Phoenix, AZ for seven years.
To know more about Dave, visit www.davidgudgel.com
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