Lifestyle

Men can now get help with popping the big question

Nicholas Falconer

A ROMANTIC man is on a mission to revive the art of romance with the launch of Pitch and Woo, a boutique business specialising in helping guys create unique, unforgettable and mind-blowing marriage proposals.

Jonathan Krywicki says men often lack the time, skills or imaginative spark to create pitch-perfect proposals that will knock their partners off their feet and leave them speechless.

"Men only get one shot at that once-in-a-lifetime question - 'Will you marry me?'," he said.

"Despite the repercussions of getting things badly wrong, many people are happy to churn out a really ordinary marriage proposal based on an unoriginal, non-inventive idea they may have found trawling through the internet."

Mr Krywicki said Pitch and Woo focused on working with time-poor men to create talk-of-the-town marriage proposal solutions.

Its signature style was to draw on the high-impact tools' of surprise, suspense, illusion and, of course, romance - complemented by digital technology and meticulous planning.

"An out-of-this world customised marriage proposal can take anywhere from one to six months to craft and execute," he said.

"From the initial discovery session to the countless details along the way, Pitch and Woo takes the experience of marriage proposing to a whole new level.

"After all, a beautiful proposal is a gift that lasts for a lifetime."

Clients unable to work with Mr Krywicki in a one-on-one session can buy an affordable do-it-yourself kit that will guide them, step by step, through the proposal process.

For more information go to www.pitchandwoo.com.

 

>> To read more lifestyle stories

Topics:  dating, lifestyle, love, marriage, proposal, relationships




Join the Community.

Get your local news, your way.

Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Red Cross Ipswich marks birthday

THE Ipswich Red Cross Shop is turning 15 next Monday.

When the helpers need a hand

HELP NEEDED: Louie and Christine Naumovski from the Logan House Fire Support Network are appealing for public support.

Logan House Fire Support Network appeal for public support

Help needed to get Census count right

A section of the near-capacity Clive Berghofer Stadium crowd at last Saturday night's Reds and Blues trial match.

The ABS has launched a search fro more than 5000 for the 2016 census

Latest deals and offers

Dash cam as car rolls dodging rabbit

A car rolls over after dodging a rabbit.

This is why they say don't swerve for wildlife.

Search for remains in Redbank Plains

Brad Crocket from Lambert Locations with the ground penetrating radar used to search underground for graves in the grounds of The Yarrow Centre in Redbank Plains. Ashley Ward and Cr Sheila Ireland get some info from Brad.

A radar device was used to help detect possible buried bodies in Redbank Plains on...

ACF take Minister to Court

ACF chief executive Kelly O'Shanassy

The Australian Conservation Foundation go to court to stop Carmichael mine.

Demand for acreage lots pushes up property prices

Property values in Cooroy have increased 25%

Property values jump in Cooroy and Peachester.

How a sacked real estate agent made $725k in four months

Agent is now under investigation by the industry watchdog

RBA warns of future apartment oversupply

Toowoomba: Crest Apartments and Burke & Wills, Ruthven Street ( view from Neil Street) Photo Bev Lacey / The Chronicle

RBA says oversupply of apartments poses risk to household finances