The 5 Most Heart Warming Proposals
We’re feeling a bit romantic this Christmas - who can resist a good love story? These touching tales are sure to sweep you off your feet.
When Amy was sat in the back of a car, given headphones, and asked to listen to a song by her boyfriend's brother, she could never have imagined what was about to follow. As the car rolled along Amy witnessed a full chorus of over 60 friends and family singing and dancing along in time to Bruno Mars's famous track ‘Marry You', before her soon to be fiancee Isaac emerged through the crowd, and even passed some people joining in on Skype, to pop the question. It's definitely a tear jerker!
They say patience is a virtue and it certainly paid off for photographer Derick, who prepared his proposal to girlfriend Emily over three nights. Derick used a photography technique called ‘light writing' to spell out ‘Emily, will you marry me?', and the final image is made up of approximately 800 individual 10 second long exposure photographs.
Flash mobs have been around for quite a while but we think that this one is pretty spectacular, it's got everything, even a full brass band, and the speech is quite something - "before I met you I didn't think I could love someone for the rest of my life... now I know can"... pass the tissues!
This is one trip to the cinema that Ginny will never forget. Boyfriend Matt managed to create his own proposal ‘preview' to be shown as a trailer before the real film started, and he arrived just as the trailer ended to go down on one knee. The title of the trailer was "making the movies jealous" based on the fact that Matt thought their relationship was better than fiction, and judging by the effort he went to, we think he just might be right!
Passengers on this 19:57 train service from London Euston to Watford Junction were in for a big surprise, as was bride to be Lucy! Adam enlisted the help of his own choir to serenade his girlfriend to the Bill Withers song "Lovely Day", and it must have been one of the most memorable journeys home for all involved.
If you'd like to try your hand at your own proposal, then what better way to start than by choosing the ring! Diamond Heaven is here to help, and you'll find our full range of engagements rings online, as well as in our Birmingham and London shops. If you'd like to speak to someone about the selection process, please get in touch with us - we'll do everything we can to help you find the perfect fit.