By Nicole Caico

It’s been a whirlwind seasons of The Bachelorette, and JoJo Fletcher is finally in the arms of her true love, the last man standing, Jordan Rodgers. These two took their celebrity relationship to the next level on the season finale, proclaiming their love to each other and Rodgers getting down on one knee. He slipped the ring on Fletcher’s finger and a new celebrity couple was born. UsMagazine.com reports, that despite telling runner-up, Robby Hayes, Fletcher said, “I woke up this morning wanting it to be you.” Fletcher chose Rodgers to the be winner of the show and her heart.

It’s a celebrity couple Bachelorette engagement! What are some ways to propose in the most romantic way possible?

Cupid’s Advice:

This celebrity engagement was not only heartfelt, but also extremely beautiful. Even if your proposal doesn’t have a set designer, there are so many ways to have it be a memorable and romantic moment. Think outside the box to create a memory that will last a lifetime:

1. Just you two: Proposing in front of a lot of people may seem like a romantic move, but nine times out of 10, a one-on-one moment will be much sweeter. You’ll have plenty of opportunity for attention after you announce the engagement, so consider proposing in a private setting or with just close friends and family in your audience. Plan a couples’ vacation and propose at some point during the trip, or make a meal at home, set the room with flowers, and propose there. Let the moment be just for the two of you.

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2. Speak from the heart: Nothing can make a proposal more romantic than letting your true feelings out. Think about what you want to say beforehand. It doesn’t have to be written out, but you should know what point you want to make. Talk about your favorite memories, and why you love each other. No matter what setting you’re in sweet words will make your proposal romantic, for sure.

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3. Keepsake: Whether it’s a video or photo documenting the engagement or a memento you used to propose, incorporate a lasting element into you proposal plans. Create a photo album of things you’ve done together, make a short storybook about your relationship, or simply have someone there to take a picture when you pop the question. Showing that you put a lot of thought into the proposal is super romantic, and having something to look back on after the moment has passed will preserve the romance forever.

What’s your dream proposal? Comment below!