Proposal Letter, Sample & Format

Introduction:

A proposal letter can mean a business proposal, a marriage proposal or a formal suggestion in any setting. Usually, it refers to either a business proposal letter relates to an offering of business services or products that may be lucrative to the recipient while a marriage proposal may be written by those who are lost for words when facing the other party.

If it is a business proposal letter, the details should be mentioned very clearly to the recipient, and in this case, the letter should be a formal one. The letter should be an appealing one for positive results in the agreement. When it is a marriage proposal letter, the letter should contain the true and deepest feelings of the writer. When the author expresses his or her feelings without any hesitation, the recipient may consider your proposal is a serious one. In the end, always mention that you are anticipating a positive and quick reply.

Sample letter

The following is a sample of Proposal Letter:

From,

Ted Connery,

86 Vicky Circle,

Dallas, TX 75208.

22/10/2011

To,

Hannah Klein,

39 Park Drive,

Atlanta, GA 30303.

Subject: Proposal for your hand in marriage

My Darling Hannah,

It has been my greatest joy to have you come into my life for the past year. You are indeed my sunshine. I am writing this proposal letter to allow myself to pen my deepest thoughts and feelings for you. It would complete my life to have you as my wife; my lifetime partner who will be at my side to share every moment with me. I took this decision because we are alike in our thoughts and character and attitude. We will make a good pair if you agree to marry me. My love for you grows every day, and I want it to keep growing as we grow old together.

Please allow me the opportunity. Attached to this proposal letter is the ring which I have specially chosen for you, to reflect the beauty I see in you and our love. I pledge to you my never ending love and commitment as we share our lives together and I promise not to break that promise no matter what the situation is. If it is a ‘Yes,’ please meet me at our favorite park on Saturday at 5 pm. I shall be waiting earnestly and do not forget to come in my favorite color dress. Hope you would come and would say what I want to hear.

With all my love,

Teddy.

 

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