Monday, January 13, 2014
Public vs Private Proposals
Much to the chagrin of hopeful grooms, there is now more pressure than ever to have a spectacularly outlandish marriage proposal. Last year 36% of brides using the popular wedding planning website TheKnot.com reported having public proposals, a statistic up 32% from data collected in 2009. And once these public proposals are over, women are as eager as ever to publicly share their excitement. According to a 2012 survey conducted by TheKnot and Men’s Health magazine, 12% of women admitted to changing their Facebook status and uploading photos of their rings before calling friends and family to share the happy news.
All of this pressure and anxiety has been capitalized on by entrepreneurs in New York City, and San Francisco. Not sure how to propose to your significant other? Not sure your gesture is grand enough to land your 15 minutes of YouTube fame? Just too busy to put much thought into the event? Not to worry! Proposal Planners are cropping up everywhere ready to assist you in planning the perfect grandiose public proposal.
While the idea of Proposal Planners are a bit intense even for those of us who delight in planning weddings, we are confident you will propose in a special and meaningful way that will be both romantic and memorable for the rest of your lives. The staff at Peachtree Petals wants to assist you with your floral needs for proposing and on your big day.
Named Bride’s Choice Floral Vendor by TheKnot.com, WeddingWire.com, David’s Bridal, and more, Atlanta Florist Peachtree Petals is the perfect choice for your wedding floral needs. Peachtree offers free bridal consultations to ensure the bride gets exactly what she wants on her special day. So whether it be 5,000 long-stemmed roses for your ostentatious proposal, or centerpieces for your romantic wedding reception, contact the dedicated staff at Peachtree Petals today to get started.