The ideas for planning a romantic and adventurous outdoor marriage proposal are limitless. However, there are some things to consider before making your plans final.
Have an engagement ring ready before you pop the question. Going through all the motions of a romantic, adventurous proposal without actually having a ring is going to lead to a lack luster ending. Unless you are planning on winding up at the jewelry store right after your proposal, make sure you have a ring so she knows that you are really, truly committed.
Really put some thought into the activities that you and your beloved enjoy and go from there. If you both enjoy camping and kayaking, considering booking a secluded camp site that can only be reached by a water vessel. If you enjoy hiking, plan a trip to hike a new trail known for having a stunning view. If you are thrill seekers and think you might like sky diving then try it! Whether you propose at the top of a ski slope or while diving under water, think of the activity that best epitomizes you as a couple.
Once you have picked your destination, think about how you are going to pop the question. Are you going to wait to ask her during a dramatic moment, as you are falling towards the Earth tethered only by bungee cables, or wait until your feet are firmly on the ground again? Are you going to stick with the simple, “Will you marry me?” or try to plan a romantic monologue?
In summary, the best way to plan an adventurous and romantic marriage proposal is to think of an exciting activity that you both enjoy and to give it your own sweet, romantic edge. Chances are, your friends and family will be asking you how you and your fiancée how you got engaged so go for the gold and give them a story that they will never forget.