Try acting out the dance proposal with a friend before you go ahead with the act. This will help you to avoid mistakes with the actual deal.
Gone are the days when the guys did all the proposing (to the dance, we mean). Gone are the days when the girl waited and hoped and prayed for the guy to come around and ask her to the dance. Gone, gone, gone. Times have changed. These days, it's all a case of taking matters into your own hands and going after what you (or in this case, who you like).
So, there's an impending dance coming up and you want to go with Mr. XYZ, only, you're done with dropping hints and you want to just ask him to the dance once and for all. But how, you wonder. How to make it look super cute and not creepy? Is that all you're worried about? Then stop fretting and go through this article for some ridiculously cute ways of how to ask a guy to a dance.
The Cutest Ways to Ask a Guy to a Dance
With a Little Help from Your Friends
See this banner up here? Fun idea, huh? But please, please make sure that you'll are great friends, heck, even going out before you pull this stunt. This could get completely embarrassing for a guy if he hardly knows you. But if you do know each other, then there is nothing as cute as this gesture. Keep the message short and simple and very, very cheeky.
And Sometimes, Your Animal Friends
Use his pet. So what you do is write out a proposal note and send it to him via his pet. Either write it out on a banner and place the banner where his cat or dog sits, or you write it on a piece of paper and neatly fold it, tie it to a ribbon, and then tie the ribbon around their neck. The way we see it, he already loves his pet, combine that with a clever worded proposal and Bam! he's floored.
Bring a Teddy Bear into the Picture
How adorable is this message, right? Granted it's a little cheesy, but then it's also ridiculously cute―so it stays. Even a directly simple message like this one suffices well enough. Once he's read the message, you can totally ask for the teddy back. Win-win.
And Then Some Ping Pong Balls
Get a lot of ping pong balls and write a simple 'Prom?' on them. Then collect all these and stuff them into his locker or his backpack. When he opens the bag or the locker ... down they come tumbling. Don't forget to leave a letter or a note that says who it's from.
Write it on the Palm of Your Hand
Write the proposal on your palm and wait for the perfect opportunity to pull the proposal. Either you scream with pain and ask him to look at your palm and then tada he sees the proposal or you simply say 'Oh Lord, look!' and show him your palm.
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The Funny Card
So you'll share a great sense of humor? Bowl him over with exactly that. Buy a plain card and write on the cover in bold neat handwriting ...'Will you go to the dance with me'... and in the inside write, 'What are you looking in here for, I already asked you to the dance, didn't I?' It's cheeky, it's funny and adorably cute, don't you think?
For the Love of Drama
Let's carry on the sense of humor while we are at it. So what you do is catch him while he's just about entering his class and is in a hurry. You run over to him in great speed, pant, huff, and build this whole dramatic scene showing that you are in a hurry as well and then hand him over this chit of paper and say you'll catch up with him later. He'll be so preoccupied with the huffing and puffing and the cryptic manner in which you're behaving, he won't even see it coming. When he opens the chit, he'll find a cute little note that says―'Come to the dance with me, please?', or something to that effect. He'll smile and look up and there you'll be standing at the end of the hall, smiling as well. Then just wink, blow him a kiss, and walk away.
A Message on the Hand
Wear a full sleeved shirt so that it covers your arms. Write on one of the arms - 'Will you come to the dance with me?'. And then you stage this drama, while you guys are walking one evening or something, let him walk a little ahead of you and that is when you 'pretend' that you've fallen and scream, hold your hand like you're in pain and when he pulls up the sleeve - drum roll please...the message, the message.
Tape it On
Let's do a neat spin on the treasure hunt game. If you're a regular visitor at his home, find a place that is well hidden and not easily accessible. Then stick a note that asks him to join you for the dance. But how is he going to find it? When you get home, write him a small poem (very basic, very generic) giving him clues of where to find it. Okay, it doesn't have to be a poem, it can even be a simple message.
With these dance proposals in place, who can refuse to go to the dance with you, really? Now go on and get that proposal in place already.