Whatever I wrote may not be correct numbers, but I heard from my friends living in India that most of the flower shops reported that the flowers were sold out in the morning itself. That’s great news!
“There is a flipside to each coin.” That I second. On the other side, roses price were hiked just because it is Valentine Week. It is a Perfect Marketing Strategy, but is it acceptable? I do not wish to comment on that, but it is certainly a question to ponder!
The second day in the Valentine Week is Propose Day. On this day, you can propose your love without any fear of rejection. It is your right to express your feelings, propose your love, and propose marriage to your partner. Do not shy away. Just go down on one knee and speak from your heart. I am sure your life will be happy thereafter.
Make sure you choose a nice place for your proposal. A ring is must! If possible, arrange a photographer to capture those precious moments, or arrange for a camera and a tripod. I am saying this because in the recent past, I read an article where a girl penned down her expectation on Proposal Day – “How I want to be proposed?” The first point was “When my future husband proposes me, I want him to arrange for a photographer, and capture my blushes. I want to frame it for a lifetime.”
And, I wonder, will we experience a hike in Diamond and Gold Prices?
Keep your proposal sweet and simple!
I, being a person who loves capturing moments through my lens, captured those precious moments using my camera and tripod. Below are the few snaps I clicked on my precious days.
Vidhya and I printed these photographs and hanged them on our bedroom walls along with the poems I wrote for her. Quite romantic, I would say. I will post a snap of our bedroom on Valentine’s Day!
This image is designed especially for the Valentine Week. Make it yours! If you enjoy reading this post, come back tomorrow for more. Have a good day!
♥ Sarav Vidhya ♥