So, can you propose to your girlfriend in less than 140 characters? Well, one Irish lady actually did and succeeded! Etain Kidney proposed to her girlfriend Michelle Walls on Wednesday by beaming “Michelle, will you marry me?” onto the wall of the Boland’s Mill building at Grand Canal Dock in Dublin.
Both of them were spending quality time together when strangers suddenly started coming with beautiful flowers for her, one by one and as the couple close in on the dock in front of the museum, the crowd turns into a swarm.
This has to be one of the sweetest and most romantic proposals I have come across. An Atlanta based photographer and filmmaker Walt Thompson invested 22 shooting hours and “God knows how long” editing this lego stop motion marriage proposal for his four year old girlfriend, Nealey Dozier.
Dozier had no idea about the entire production till the very end and kept thinking that Thompson was secluding himself in his man-cave (his studio) in order to write an anniversary poem for her, like how he did every year.
This YouTube video shows how the Cupid’s arrow hit Delta Airlines Flight on Friday. In the video a man proposes to his girlfriend 32,000 feet in the air, making the flight from Chicago to New York memorable for all its passengers. Arvin Shandiz and Alexandra Williams had first met on January 2010 in a Delta flight from LaGuardia to O’Hare Airport. Shandiz took to the intercom and proposed to Alexandra in front of all the passengers. Obviously she said yes and the passengers were treated with Champaign from the couple. Delta Airlines went on to surprise the couple with a honeymoon trip.
This is a pretty awesome proposal idea: the location is quite rustic, birds are chirping in the background and this guy thought he had it all planned perfectly, with the video camera in place to capture the look of joy on his betrothed’s face – he walks up to his girlfriend to propose to her.