I just found out yesterday that a very good friend of mine recently asked his longtime girlfriend to marry him. It seemed like a no-brainer to all of us because they have been together so long, and she was constantly dropping hints. The day finally came; it was two weeks in the planning and everything was set in their favorite restaurant.
February 14th is upon us, so it's time to whip out all the lovey dovey cliches, y'all. We're talking about the stuff we expect on V-Day-- the chocolates, roses and, of course, the proposal stories. It's a pretty cute idea to propose to your significant other on the most romantic day of the year, but with that comes a big, big risk-- that other person might say no. Yikes.
Thank God she said "yes," because if she didn't that was so not worth it.
This video -- in which a guy willingly falls from a building while asking his girlfriend to marry him -- must've taken a lot of time and planning with an immense amount of hope and trust from whomever placed that fall mat. Let's be serious; would you risk your life for a marriage proposal?
Who knew bikers were such hopeless romantics?
The Rockefeller Center ice skating rink might be perfect for marriage proposals in New York City, but if you're in Los Angeles you'll have to get a little more creative -- like shutting down a major highway.
The Holiday Sason is typically a big season for Engagements. Make no mistake, asking someone to marry you is a big deal and how and where you do it is an equally big deal. The biggest problem are propsals in public. These can work and they can completely disasterous and even devestating...
Dierks Bentley lended his voice and guitar to assist in a marriage proposal following his show in Montana over the weekend. The future bride and groom visited Dierks on his bus where he pulled out a guitar and sang "My Last Name. " The helped groom and in the last verse, dropped to one knee. See what happened next...... ;-)