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A Do or a Don't: Proposing on Valentine's Day

A Do or a Don't: Proposing on Valentine's Day

Since Valentine's Day has forever been associated with love and romance, it's become a popular day for couples to take their relationship to the next level. But since this day has become such a Hallmark holiday, popping the question on Feb. 14 just seems a wee bit cliche if you ask me. I could be alone on this one so tell me, is proposing on Valentine's Day a do or a don't?

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loveydovey4 loveydovey4 7 years
Ahhh I would LOVE it! Then again, I think any day is a good day for a proposal... haha I'm a cheese ball though.
crystahl crystahl 8 years
i'm glad my bf held off... which he admitted to me. although, my best got engaged on Friday... would have been wild had it happened to us on the same day....
ESPNgirl ESPNgirl 8 years
The following Valentine's Day (and maybe every year after that) would be tough to beat!! Although it may be ideal for some, I really would not want to be proposed to on Valentine's Day, Christmas, New Year's Eve, or my birthday, just because I would want our proposal to be its own day. I have felt that way for sometime. I want to have this special day that I look back on that isn't associated with a holiday (and I will remember - just like everyone remembers the day they became exclusive) and smile. That's just me, though :)
cdelaney cdelaney 8 years
My husband proposed on Valentine's on the beach under the stars after an amazing day together.
EvilDorkGirl EvilDorkGirl 8 years
I wouldn't want to do Valentine's Day, but that doesn't mean it's not perfect for somebody else.
snarkypants snarkypants 8 years
same here daria...any man who loves me would know that i think valentines day is a ridiculous holiday and would never propose then!
emalove emalove 8 years
*when it's happening!
emalove emalove 8 years
Of course it's cliche, but honestly, when you've found the love of your life and he's proposing to you, you're not going to give a sh*t where it's happening!! LOL
ylovely ylovely 8 years
If you love each other it doesn't matter when. It's all about you and your love.
aka-Daria aka-Daria 8 years
well...the person I marry [if I decide to actually marry] better know me enough to know that I hate that stupid holiday and hopefully they won't be stupid enough to pull that there. Halloween on the other hand, much more better Holiday to pop the question.
vmruby vmruby 8 years
Doesn't matter ......If the man I love with all of my heart is proposing to me I could care less what day it's on or what place he does it at.It would not in any way affect my response nor would it take away the meaning behind it.
bbkf bbkf 8 years
I really wouldn't care.
bchicgrl bchicgrl 8 years
my fiance proposed last v-day , I thought it was very sweet.
sparklestar sparklestar 8 years
Honestly, if this made it easier for him then I would be fine with it. I actually joked and said that all the dates should be the same... the first date, the date we move in together, the date of the proposal and then the wedding. ;) Easy to remember!!
Frank-y-Ava Frank-y-Ava 8 years
The date wouldn't matter to me as long as the proposal was good.
hex913 hex913 8 years
Just like proposing in a restaurant, it's way too cliche! Find a more original way to propose boys!
Saturated Saturated 8 years
Well cliche's aside, proposing on V-day or any other holiday may prove tricky if the couple decides to end their relationship before marriage. Typically, an engagement ring is a gift attached to the stipulation of marriage and if there is no marriage, the ring is returned (kind of like one of those As-Seen-On-TV warranties). However, (in some states) in a court of law, if proposal is made on a holiday and there is no marriage, the ring is considered a flat out gift, and the man has no ties to it after presentation! Worth considering right?!
snarkypants snarkypants 8 years
i think valentine's day is the most ridiculous holiday ever, and always spend it with girlfriends instead of my bf. so that would never happen to me.
Kelliegrl Kelliegrl 8 years
A proposal is a proposal. If you love the person, what difference does it make when you get it.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
awww well if he went through all the trouble to romantically propose on v-day i wouldn't say no! I would be jsut as happy :)
Ac2366 Ac2366 8 years
"absolutely not, i would say no on principal." Wow, can you imagine how crushed a guy would be if he planned out what he thought would be a romantic special night and you reacted that way? My bf could ask me first thing in the morning in his boxers with unbrushed teeth and I would still say yes if I was madly in love with him and new he was the one. Sorry to single you out, sundaygreen, but a lot of you girls are way too picky.
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
I think it's a bit cliche...
diamonds4eva diamonds4eva 8 years
well, if the guy already got the ring and is waiting for a great moment, and it happens on valentine's day, why not? but it shouldn't happen because of the holiday. it should also have some significance to the couple as well. i know for me, if my bf ever proposed on the day, i wouldn't mind. we sort of had our first date (maybe..?) we both went to a party and hooked up (made out) and it was sort of the start of everything. however i would not want to get married on valentine's day. that just oozes cheesiness and being unoriginal. get your own darn day to celebrate. besides, you'll have two days to celebrate love instead of one =).... well you should celebrate it every day you have together, but ya know what i mean.
babysoftpink babysoftpink 8 years
yes. walking down the aisle is perfect
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