|A broken down LUAS (tram). See we really can't cope with snow.|
So we ended up coming up with "21st/25th and most importantly engagement party" as you can guess both of our birthdays are quite close together.
So we had a fancy dinner with the family and the soon to be in-laws, t'was very yummy I must say.
Because I spent so long on deciding on a ring I ended up getting at the dinner...where he did go down on one knee with a lode of people watching so quite embarrassing for him cause he's all like "oh don't do anything weird in public" anyway I will go into all of that in detail in the next post.
Ok I need to find more pictures, the other one that I can find is slightly inappropriate.
|Paul 'officially' proposing|
SO overall the night was a huge success, everyone got on with one another and form what I heard everyone had an amazing time. so job done!
At first when Paul said that he wanted to have an engagement party I was like no, I didn't see the point it in what so ever, I bellive and still do that it is a tad unesseiray. During the "party" part I felt I was dragged every witch way and felt bad that I couldn't say talking to one group of people for more than 5 minutes. We did have a dinner part, I felt that that was perfect, their was no rushing and everyone enjoyed it. I am happy that we did have a party because I never did any big party thing before, so I am glad for the experiences.
Do you think that having an engagement party is necessary, or would you rather have a dinner with the family? or just leave it all together?