somewhere romantic and never to forget

We’ve all heard of destination weddings, but what about destination proposals? Picture it: just you and the one you love in a far-away place, on what will soon be the most memorable trip of your lives. Nothing could be more romantic than a fairy-tale proposal vacation.

One of today's most popular ways to get engaged: a destination proposal. There's something so romantic about being away together, and alone in your little corner of the world, whether it's in a boutique hotel two hours away or on an island in another hemisphere. Plus, the very nature of being on vacation makes even the simplest proposal spectacular.

There are two types of destination proposals: the first is that your significant other knows you're going on a trip; he might've even helped plan it, but don't know that you're packing a ring. The other is a complete surprise: you book a night in Rome, a weekend in Santorini or week in Sicily, and he is completely in the dark.

More difficult? Not if you ask Pietro Siffi. More wow? Definitely.

Destination marriage proposal

More and more people decide to propose while being far from home. For most of us a perfect proposal setting is somewhere exotic, far from reality, friends and family, somewhere romantic and never to forget.

Proposing while being away has something from the fairy tale. It creates a place in space that seems to exist only for us, a place where we can come back to feel these emotions again, a perfect getaway. This unknown area adds the allure to the moment of proposal. Being far away from our everyday worries make everything looks so possible and perfect.

Even if a destination proposal became something that we almost expect, a bit cliché, more and more people decide to do it that way.
To make it perfect and unique you must follow some simple rules and have a lot of creativity.

some useful rules

1. Do not exaggerate

If the setting is actually perfect, not much stuff is needed. The proposal doesn’t have to be overly complicate.

2. Knowing your partner and her/his expectations

If you don’t want to spoil this romantic trip by proposing to your soulmate to fast, think about your relationship. Is it ready? Is she/he ready? If you are sure that it is the right time, think about your partner expectations. Most of us have their dreamed proposal scenario prepared in our heads. Simply listen to your partner, be sensitive when she/he told you about her/his dreams. Maybe the answer to perfect proposal is right before your eyes. Things like public proposal can be a fulfill of one’s dreams and the worst nightmare for the others.

3. No pressure

Planning a romantic trip and suddenly you feel almost obligated to propose, you know that your partner will be expecting it and you don’t want to let her/him down? Nothing worse than this. Don’t take a romantic trip as an obligation to propose.  Do it when you are ready, otherwise you’ll do harm to both you and your partner.

Just few ideas...


The sound of the waves in the background, the sun on your back and the warm sand under your feet. Could we ask for something more? Draw on sand your big question and your partner will surely love it. Beautiful photos are one of the advantage of this type of proposal.

beach proposal


If you want to conquer your beloved, there is nothing better than a wedding proposal at sunset, in the Venice lagoon, while your gondola slowly flows on the water with the Palazzo Ducale and the Basilica of San Marco in the background.

gondola proposal


You and your partner are ski enthusiast? Use this magnificent, pure white settings to surprise and harm your beloved. Make your proposal in front of the crackling fireplace in an intimate chalet of northern Italy could be an amazing and romantic idea.

snow proposal

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