If you’re going to ask someone to film your proposal, make sure they're pointing the camera the right way...
One man’s proposal to two women — his fiancée as well as her sister — is going viral, as it’s an irresistibly sweet love story.
The pair were visiting a Chick-fil-A at South Mopac restaurant in Austin, Texas, when Nick got down on one knee.
Is this the sweetest proposal story ever? Forget getting down on bended knee, this could be the sweetest proposal story ever. Just one week after Candice Catherine started dating her now husband, Timothy, he began sending her love letters.
There are a number of excellent ways to propose, whether it’s taking your bride-to-be up the Burj Khalifa or giving them a particularly clever bath bomb. Which was in front of the northern lights in the heart of the Arctic Circle. According to the Mail Online, Dale Sharp, 34, and Karlie Russell, 29, met through their careers as landscape photographers and now run DK Photography together in Queensland, Australia.
Being proposed to at the Eiffel Tower may be a cliché, but clichés are clichés for a reason – it would be pretty romantic. Certain spots throughout the world are more popular to pop the question at than others, though surprisingly, the Paris’ famous Tower is only the twelfth on the list.
Jennifer Don’s love for Matt Truebe is as deep as ocean. And to prove it, she decided to pop the question to her man while on a scuba diving trip in Iceland.
Several athletes have proposed to their significant others at the 2016 summer Olympics in Rio. An expert weighs in on the pros and cons of such public proposals.
More recently, UK-resident Ray Smith took 138 selfies with Claire Bramley while holding a secret “will you marry me” sign — all under the guise of documenting his pregnant ladyfriend’s growing belly. Like it or not, it looks as though selfies have officially been integrated into the marriage proposal process.