- The Instagram influencer said he wanted to give her a memorable experience she would never forget
- The week-long adventure started in Los Angeles and ended in Paris
- The grand finale featured a private terrace, the Eiffel Tower and violinists
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Just imagine you have found the woman you want to spend the rest of your life with and you would like to propose to her, how would you do it?
When Dhar Mann decided to pop the all-important question to his travel blogger girlfriend Laura G, he came up with a romantic seven-day engagement proposal in seven different cities starting in Los Angeles with the climax in Paris.
According to The Mirror, Mann's first day involved giving her a new home, a completely amazing surprise many would dare do.
The Instagram influencer said he wanted to give her a memorable experience she would never forget.
"I wanted to have a proposal that she would always remember, that even when she was much older she could look back and smile with those memories,” he said.
"It's not easy getting anything past Laura so I was aware she knew I was going to propose soon but she didn't know how I was going to do it, where I was going to do it or exactly which moment,” Mann said.
After walking Laura into her a new home on day one, the Instagram influencer asked permission from her parents' to marry her.
The next two days involved surprising her sweetheart, sister and mother with a spa day before a shopping trip to Beverly Hills and Disneyland before she flew her to Paris.
Day six involved a hotel room covered in rose petals before the grand finale featuring a private terrace, the Eiffel Tower and violinists.
"For the actual proposal I wanted it to be really special, I chose Paris because it is one of her favourite places in the world,” he said.
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