Sunday, April 11, 2010

Pop the Question with a Proposal Picnic

photo from livingtheswelllife

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Aren't these photo's gorgeous? If you are planning on popping the question in the near future, then how about a romantic picnic to set the scene? And the Golden Afternoon Tea Company could be of service with our ‘Proposal Picnics’.

Perfect for those looking to whisk their intended off into a wonderland of romance, the Golden Afternoon proposal picnic comes jam packed with all the goodies you would expect to make any picnic ideal, from heart shaped cucumber sandwiches to strawberries and cream.

The Golden Afternoon Teas Maids can also be on hand as picnic pixies to decorate your chosen spot so it befits the momentous occasion, and also have the picnic ready and waiting for you to stumble upon…….

And for those who think they may falter over the all important question………we even have the perfect plate to do the asking for you!

And if you've already wed the woman of your dreams, not to worry, a surprise picnic is a wonderful birthday or anniversary treat too.

Photo from nibsblog

Fingers crossed the summer treats us to lots of glorious days so we can all enjoy some alfresco indulgence x


teawithonesugarplease said...

I adore picnics, will drop a hint to my other half, although we got married in winter!

Anonymous said...

I do wish you had got this information to my husband before he popped the question. How dreamy to have a picnic proposal instead of a Sheffield sweaty market proposal. My engagement story would have been a joy to be told. x

Lina said...

Ha ha me too Juliette! But then again I am just thrilled that Bert finally asked me - after endless years of nagging! I do love a good picnic, we usually enjoy a carpet picnic on Valentines Day but I am looking forward to a romantic alfresco picnic in the months ahead x

Anonymous said...

I'm sure you'll have lots, a carpet picnic whatever the weather. A jolly good idea.
It all sounds delightful, some thoughtful chap will take his beloved's breath away( with a little help). Sigh... I wish it was I.

Ingrid Lyndon said...

I love this!

A Thrifty Mrs said...

Lovely, just lovely. Thank you for sharing.

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