Old school love.
Stone Fox Bride, a bridal store in New York City, has been using its Instagram to gather photos of beautiful engagement rings and the proposal stories behind their owners.
Yeah, so a giant Beauty And The Beast mural is definitely cooler than a flashmob.
Dang, who knew teenagers were so romantic these days?
Time to start dropping all the hints.
Where there is no chance that anyone could say no!
This is probably the most romantic thing involving an iPad you’ll ever see.
For everyone who loves love.
This story isn’t about a proposal; this story is a proposal. [Editor’s note: she said “Yes!”]
For better or for worse…
Grab some tissues for this one.
“There once was a gorilla that fell for a giraffe, she surprised him by how much she could make him laugh.”
He’s the hero this wedding deserves, but not the one it needs right now.
“I choose you… to be my prom date.
Thinking of popping the question? Be advised: These men have set the bar high.
Because spending the rest of your life with your love should always begin with a QR code or a Golden Snitch.
When Brittany Jones’ boyfriend came back from a two-year church mission, she decided to surprise him in the cutest way. (via azcentral.com)
Because your own engagement party, bridal shower, bachelorette party, and wedding aren’t ritual enough.
“Will you be my player two?
One person totally thought all they were getting was a iPad for Christmas but got something fit for a lifetime.
Anyone in the mood to get sappy? Let’s get sappy with some delightful proposal buzz. Try not to cry!
Good utilization of umbrellas. Well played. A+.
Turtle Talk is a Disney theme park attraction that lets the audience interact with Crush, the sea turtle from Finding Nemo. Normally things are pretty tame, but this time Crush was in on a surprise.
Will Staney of Austin, TX tweeted at the band Foster the People to ask if he could propose to his girlfriend at their concert. This is what happened.
There’s no way anyone could say “no” to this.
Traditionally Leap Day is the one day it’s okay for a woman to propose to a man. I’m not sure it’s a good idea to propose after dating for just 2 weeks, though.
Over the weekend, Olympic swimmer Matt Grevers invited his girlfriend onto the winner’s stand after he won the 100-meter race at the Missouri Grand Prix, got down on one knee, and proposed. Apparently his original plan was to propose to Annie Chandler after she won her race but unfortunately, she came in 5th place. I’d say it turned out pretty okay.
This is terribly adorable. Nerds, don’t give up hope.