If you want to do something out-of-the ordinary to make your proposal the extravaganza your significant other expects---or in some cases, subtly demands---it may seem as though putting the ring into a champagne glass is a bit old hat. Actually, getting that solitaire via a crystal flute continues to be a thrilling experience, so don't discount this method of delivery when you propose.
Things You'll Need
- Strawberry or plastic heart capsule
Tie a long, thin ribbon around the ring to aid retrieval.
Insert the ring into a large strawberry or a small plastic heart-shaped capsule (available at craft stores).
Ask your waitstaff to place the ring into an empty champagne glass and bring it to the table with a bottle of champagne. (This is best requested while your significant other is away from the table.)
Fill your champagne glasses to the brim when they are brought to your table. The strawberry or capsule containing the ring will float to the surface.
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