While most of us are planning our Christmas shopping and wrapping paper, the wedding-wild experts at Chillisauce.co.uk have conducted a survey about proposals over the festive season. And it seems a lot of ladies could see their fairytale romance getting a very happy ending this month.
In a survey of 7,000 people across the UK, it has been revealed that 24% of men will pop the question on Christmas Eve, making it the best day of the year to propose.
The results indicate that men could be popping the question too early, as 22% of women would rather their partner topropose to them on Valentine’s Day and 20% are hoping to get engaged on the Anniversary of the day they met. Surprisingly, 6% of the UK would opt for a Halloweenproposal.
Full survey results here:http://www.chillisauce.co.uk/news/marriage-proposal/
If you found that interesting, take a look at other findings below:
51% of women want men to cut to the chase and plainly ask ‘Will you marry me?’
15% of women think that using technology is the best way to propose
When asked ‘Which type of technology would you like your partner to use in theproposal?’ 29% of women answered with email. Text message was also a popular answer, scoring 27% of the vote. Social media scored 27% and over the phone came in last place with 19% of the vote.
17% of men in the UK that have already proposed, have popped the question five times or more.
28% of men choose to pop the question abroad rather than at home
65% of men voted that they would say no if their girlfriend