The time between Thanksgiving Day and Valentine’s Day is considered as the “Engagement Season.” Almost 40% of all marriage proposals happen during this period.
The WeddingWire’s Newlywed Report back in 2018 revealed that Christmas Day is by far the most famous day of the year to pop the big question. It is followed by Valentine’s Day, and then Christmas Eve, New Year’s Day, and New Year’s Eve.
Experts attributed the winter engagement season to two factors. The season’s romantic nature and the convenience. Suitors pick the month of December to ask the big question because they just love the spirit brought about by the holiday season. And, there is no better time to make the wedding proposal than when all of the family members are in town to celebrate the couple’s engagement.
Top 10 Days To Get Engaged
Christmas Day – it is the year’s biggest day for giving gifts and that is why it is the best day to give the most important gift, a diamond engagement ring.
Valentine’s Day – This special day is all about love. It is about expressing to your special someone just how much you care for him or her. Rather than giving a bouquet of flowers or a box of her favorite chocolates, millions of suitors go for a diamond ring and a marriage proposal.
Christmas Eve – For all the families who love to exchange gift during this time of the year, this is the best time to add to that joyful spirit by asking the big question.
New Year’s Day and New Year’s Eve – There’s no better way to celebrate the new year than surprising your special someone with a marriage proposal while the clock is ticking down and you all are waiting for the start of the new year. Technically speaking, if she says yes before the clock strikes midnight then the engagement happened on New Year’s Eve. However, if she says Yes after midnight then it happened during New Year’s Day.
December 23, the day before Christmas Eve – During the same survey last year, December 23 ranked 9th on the best day to pop the question. It went up to rank 6th as more newly engaged couples would rather get a jump on the holiday and to causing any distractions during Christmas Eve that may take the focus out of the groom and bride to be.
Two Saturdays Prior To Christmas – The two Saturdays before Christmas is among the busiest shopping days of the year. It’s possible that some couples are out shopping together, finding engagement rings, choosing one, and making a marriage proposal on the spot?
4th of July or Independence Day – One of the two dates that don’t fall in the engagement season is Independence Day. The fourth of July comes with festive fireworks and people are on vacation, which makes it the perfect time to ask the big question.
Saturday of Memorial Day Weekend – This day is when summer begins and is one of the days that’s perfect for a marriage proposal. A Saturday engagement lets the couple to give the celebration an extension as they can be with friends and family during the long weekend.
Saturday Before Valentine’s Day – The Saturday prior to the Valentine’s Day celebration might reflect the pair’s decision to celebrate their special day over a weekend and not necessarily during Cupid’s day, which usually comes up within the work week. Asking the big question on the weekend before the Valentine’s Day also gives that element of surprise.
Now that you’ve popped the question and you got a big “Yes” for an answer, the next thing you should do is find the perfect wedding venue for your big day. If you’re in Myrtle Beach, the first one on your list should be The Brentwood Restaurant & Wine Bistro. Make your wedding day memorable by choosing the best wedding venue in your area.
Call The Brentwood Restaurant & Wine Bistro if you would like to pop the question after eating good food at a nice restaurant. It is also the perfect place to celebrate your engagement and it is also one of the best and most romantic wedding venue in Myrtle Beach.
The Brentwood Restaurant & Wine Bistro
4269 Luck Ave
Little River, SC 29566