Post # 46
- Wedding: December 2017 - Friendship Plaza
Manners. Really. You don’t do it.
There is never an appropriate circumstance. To think there is implies one believes they have a special excuse, which just further demonstrates they can’t see it as NOT *their* day.
Concentrate on someone else’s celebration.
Asking puts the bride or groom in an uncomfortable position. They don’t deserve being put on the spot like that.
Post # 47
ann.reid.9277: For the sake of argument, yes. Because you know who also deserves her own moment? The girl being proposed to! I’d spit fire if I got proposed to in the middle of someone else’s dream day.
Like I said before, it might work in rare situations where the two relationships and 4 people in them are so entwined that it doesn’t sell anyone short. See: people who do things like double wedding ceremonies.
But I think most women want their wedding days to themselves, and want their proposal moments to themselves.