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NZ Marriage Proposal Scene gets Wow Factor

The Proposal Planners set to launch December 2018


From colleagues to friends, to flatmates to business partners, Aucklanders Jo Fonua and Tess Langworthy are gearing up to launch the regions first dedicated marriage proposal service this December 2018 – to the sighs of relief from many “hopeless” romantics!

Specialising in the most Instagram-worthy of events, The Proposal Planners provide discreet support in the coordination of virtually any proposal you can imagine, from an intimate private picnic for two, to an elaborate flash mob involving your friends and family!

“We can assist with tasks from the ring selection and securing industry discounts, all the way to the booking of the venue, creating a romantic space and even collaborating with our “ninja” team of photographers and videographers to capture that special moment” says Co-Founder Jo Fonua.

“We’re very excited to be providing a support service to the men and women who require guidance or inspiration in turning their proposal into a memorable and almost stress-free moment the couple will cherish forever” – says Fonua, for at the end of the day you’ll still have the big job of popping the question!

With over 10 years combined experience in the Event Management industry, the idea stemmed from the friends’ mutual passion for event coordination and their “love of love”, and what started as a small conversation over coffee has ballooned into something of a platform for the marriage proposal industry in New Zealand.

The two woman team has been very humbled by the support in the industry with their concept, with names like Moët & Chandon, Veuve Clicquot, and Floral Stylist Co. already coming on board with The Proposal Planners family of Official Partners.

The Proposal Planners are scheduled to launch their menu of support services on 11th December 2018 – which also includes date nights, anniversaries and more.

For more information on The Proposal Planners services, head to the Packages page.

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