Ask Your Date to Prom with These 23 Fun Ideas

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Cute ways to ask someone to prom!  These promposal ideas are so clever, fun and creative your date will have to say YES!  {wink}

If you’re looking for cute ways to ask someone out to Prom, Homecoming Dance, or just on a date night then look no further.  Just like my 20 Creative Ways To Ask Someone Out, these are the most memorable and unforgettable ways how to ask someone out on a date night!

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Prom?

1.  Baseball Promposal ~ The perfect way to ask a girl out if you’re a baseball player.  Baseballs in the shape of a heart with bats.  Who could say no?!

2.  Prom? ~ A clever way to ask a tennis player to prom.  Spell out PROM in a fence with tennis balls.  You could also use plastic cups.

3.  Fault in our Stars ~ From the box office hit, use a quote from the book to ask someone to prom. 

4.  How To Ask to Prom Cookies ~ Oh my gosh how adorable are these “Go to Prom with me” cookies. I just adore all of the elemental pieces to prom, shoes, dress, limo, tickets, etc. {my fav!}

5.  Minion ~ Disquise twinkies as minions and add a message that says, “I’ve been minion to ask if you’d be my date?”

6.  Use Post-Its ~ Here’s another really easy way to ask someone out.  Simply write little notes on some post-its and place them on her car.  Who doesn’t love some affirmations.

7.  Baseball Promposal ~ The perfect way to ask a girl out if you’re a baseball player.  Baseballs in the shape of a heart with bats.  Who could say no?!

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How to Ask a Girl Out

8.  Ignite the Flame ~ Set out a bunch of candles that light up on her driveway or porch that spell out “Prom” or “Homecoming”.  

9.  When Pigs Fly ~ Fill a bunch of pink balloons with helium and draw pig faces on them. Put those balloons in a box and put a note with the box that says, “I’d love to go to the dance with you….when pigs fly!  Deliver the box! {get it ~ they’re flying! HA!}

10.  Balloon Promposal ~ Fill a room full of balloons the word “prom” on them.   

11.  Mini Balloon-in-a-Box Invitation ~ This Mini Balloon-in-a-Box is not only budget friendly, but will excite the recipient.  Simply add a small helium filled balloon to a box with an attached tag that has a safety pin to pop the balloon for the invitation. 

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Cute Ways to Ask a Guy to Prom 

12.  Photo Booth ~ Photograph yourself in a photobooth with the words asking him out.  

13.  Stanley Cup ~ For the hockey enthusiast, “Going to prom would be like winning the Stanley Cup”.

14.  Prom Pizza! ~ I’m sure your local pizza joint would be happy to spell out anything you’d like using their pepperoni.

15.  Hershey Kisses ~ Arrange Hershey’s Kisses to read PROM.  In their bedroom leave a big sign that says, “Now that I’ve kissed the ground you’ve walked on, will you go to Prom with me?”

16.  Ding Dong ~ A box of Ding Dong’s and a note that says, “I’d be a ding dong if I didn’t ask you to prom”.

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Promposal Ideas

17.  App Promposal ~ This App Promposal is so perfect for today’s generation.  App’s are carefully arranged to spell out the proposal.

18.  Solo Cup ~ “Don’t let me go solo…”.  A simple and way to ask someone to prom.

19.  Chinese Lantern Promposal ~ Light up the sky with a promposal!

20.  Books ~ Arrange library books by their call numbers to pop the question.

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Answer Your Date

21.  Cookie Check the Box ~ This is such a sweet promposal idea!  {{snicker}}  I love how there’s not an option to say no.

22.  Clothespin Mustache ~ I mustache you a question.  Will you go to prom with me? Yes! 

23.  How to Answer Your Date ~ Answer your date with a jar of pennies.  “Find a penny pick it up at the prom you’ll have good luck”.  So creative and clever!
 

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