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Here's a wedding proposal idea that gives back to the community. If your girlfriend is the type whose heart goes out to less fortunate children, we suggest a really novel way of proposing.

World Vision International helps children all over the world by providing food, shelter, and education. In the Philippines, for instance, a donation of P450 a month – P5400 a year – can send a child to school and help change her/his life. Other similar organizations, like Children's Hour also work to provide children with a better life through small- to medium-size donations and charity work.

We suggest "adopting a child" in the name of your girlfriend! The websites of either World Vision and Children's Hour can run you through the steps, including the sending of information about and pictures of your "child" in impoverished nations throughout the world.

Then, when the picture is ready and the time is right, invite your girlfriend out to dinner and show her the compilation of information you've made in her name. You can then make a short speech of how much love she's brought the world and how much love the two of you can provide your own children when you have them.

With that, bring out your ring, tell her how her love has changed the way you view the world, how the two of you can work together to do great things, and then pop the question. Let us know how it goes!


This wedding proposal idea comes to you courtesy of Perfect Proposals Online. (c) 2006 Ganns and Catherine Deen. All rights reserved.


Many gentlemen like the idea of putting their engagement rings in the drinks of their fiancees-to-be. While romantic and sweet, there is room for error. Here are some tips to help men who are thinking of proposing using drinks.

1.Always select a drink of light color. You'd be surprised how many men think of putting their engagement rings in the wine glass, only to discover to their horror that the ring cannot be seen in a glass of red wine. When in doubt, go with classic white champagne or a fruitier white wine.

2.Flute glasses are much better than wine goblets or tumblers. No reason, other than it just looks better.

3.Don't use soda like Sprite or Mountain Dew, or shandy (like Cali), you cheapskate. Among other things, it creates bubbles that stick to the ring. Distracting and, well, gross.

4.Keep an eye on your girlfriend. If she's the type that tends to gulp down her drinks, she might actually swallow the ring. Hey, it's happened (not to our clients, though, eherm).

5.Have a long teaspoon and napkin on hand. If your girlfriend sees the ring, she may be a little too excited to drink the champagne, so have a long teaspoon on hand to fish out the ring and a napkin to dry the ring before putting it on her finger.

If you're looking for wedding proposal ideas, you don't have to look very far. We at Perfect Proposals are in the final stages of completion of our first book, Perfect Proposals: Popping the Question the Pinoy Way. This book, which provides you step-by-step assistance in planning your own unique wedding proposal, also contains romantic and creative wedding proposals, which all aim to inspire and move you to make your own special wedding proposal!

For distribution inquiries, advance orders, e-book purchases, and related inquiries, please email us.

To celebrate June weddings, Perfect Proposals, the Philippines' only wedding proposal coordination and assistance service, is offering one lucky gentleman a chance at a truly memorable proposal!

Are you looking to propose to your special someone? Send us your vision of your perfect proposal and allow us to see where we can help you! Join the 'My Perfect Proposal' contest!
The most romantic, creative proposal idea will win a Perfect Proposals package consisting of complete proposal planning and assistance from Perfect Proposals*, as well as coverage of the actual proposal from a local television show (complete prize details will be made available only to the winner).

The best part of this contest? All entries will receive replies from Ganns or Catherine Deen, co-owners of Perfect Proposals, giving an initial assessment of your proposal idea – for free! Learn from the experts and see if your proposal is doable and well within your budget!

So what are you waiting for? Email us your name, contact information, and proposal idea (in 500 words or less) at on or before 5PM, Friday, June 16, 2006.


* Please note that Perfect Proposals will be responsible for proposal planning and coordination only, and will not be responsible or expected to provide financial assistance.

Perfect Proposals, the Philippines' only wedding proposal coordination and assistance service, welcomes you to our online home! In the past year, we've helped couples throughout the Philippines in coming up with truly memorable proposals, and we look forward to helping even more couples in the years to come.

So welcome, stay awhile, and may God bless you with love expressed in countless ways! 


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