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There's no hard and fast rule for when the "right" time to propose is. Make sure you're ready and that you've talked about the future with your partner.
It depends on your relationship and what you and your partner would enjoy. Choose a proposal that is meaningful and special to you and your partner, consider your partner's personality and interests.
Make sure the proposal is still a surprise. If your partner is the one who's always dropping hints or talking about getting married, it might be difficult to surprise them. Plan a proposal that they'll never see coming.
Consider the logistics of the proposal, especially if you're planning a destination proposal. Make sure you have all your ducks in a row before you pop the question, including the right visa or travel documents, flight and hotel booking, and planning out all the details of the proposal.
Try to savor the moment. Take a deep breath, look into your partner's eyes, and let the words flow from your heart. Don't sweat it if it doesn't go exactly as planned. The most important thing is that you're both happy and in love.
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