Planning a scavenger hunt for your engagement can be fun but challenging. You can set it up several ways, such as having your intended fiance take a list of things they need to get pictures of or souvenirs from, or you can give them clues that lead them to places with more clues that they have to figure out. Whichever way you set up the scavenger hunt, the important thing is to keep it centered on your relationship and the good memories and moments that have led you to the point where you want to get married.
There are certain locations that will be special to you and your intended fiancee: the restaurant where you had our first dinner date, the park where you took a hike, the office where you both worked when you met, or the apartment building you first lived in together. Have your partner go to these places and take pictures or pick up items, or leave clues at each place to lead them to the next place on the list.
If you remember all of your firsts -- first date, first kiss, first movie together, first time you said "I love you" -- you can base your scavenger hunt list on these things. Have your partner pick up the foods you ate on your first date, or go to the site of your first kiss or pick up the movie you watched together. Write clues that will lead your partner to these places or things, but make sure they are easy enough to figure out.
Family, friends and acquaintances also play a part in a relationship, so send your partner to take pictures or get autographs from the people that have been important to you. The friend that urged you to meet, the boss that told you to stop online chatting with each other, or even the parents that took you to dinner to celebrate a birthday or anniversary can all be included. To make it extra special, make sure these people are aware they are part of the scavenger hunt, and have them write out a short note that can be picked up by your partner.
You can have your intended fiancee pick up small items as part of the scavenger hunt. Take the personal reminders of your relationship -- little mementos such as figurines, flyers, posters or ticket stubs -- and hide them at the locations where you first acquired them. Send your partner to the store where you first bought dishes or comic books or shoes together, and have them pick up a business card. At the grocery store, have them pick up the ingredients for the first dinner you cooked together, or at the mall have them get flyers or cards for the first stores you ever shopped in together.