A proposal fit for HollywoodPublished on 5th June '14
Every girl loves a night in front of the telly with a box of chocolates and a face mask. And your girl has probably had plenty of time to dream big when it comes to proposals after watching all those OTT rom-coms. So, if you really want to sweep her off her feet, why not re-create a movie moment to pop the question? Sweet Home Alabama: The epitome of luxury and decadence ask the jewellers to stay open late night and whisk your girlfriend along. Lead her into the shop and then utter those sweet words: Pick one! Love Actually: Possibly one of the most romantic movie moments ever sees Andrew Lincoln confess his love for Keira Knightley using touching and humorous cue cards. Put together your own card messages and pick an unsuspecting moment to surprise your girlfriend. If its Christmas, why not go one step further and arrive on her doorstep with carol singers!? Bridget Jones Diary: For another wintry proposal take your fiance-to-be for a romantic evening stroll in the snow before dropping to one knee in the middle of a fairy-lit postcard scene to pop the question. The Wedding Singer/10 Things I Hate About You: Serenade her with her favourite love song to show how much you adore her. You needn't do it over a plane tannoy system or during high school football training, but it'll certainly catch her off guard. Lady and the Tramp: What about a romantic meal for two? Well, for one, but split between two. We all know it takes a lot for a man to share his food so this could be the ultimate gesture of love! The Notebook: Take a ride on the fairground ferris wheel under a star-lit sky with a stick of candy floss to share and once you've reached the highest point ask your girlfriend to become your wife. Jerry Maguire/When Harry Met Sally: Sometimes, a well-written and well-practised speech is all that's needed. Unlock those inner emotions and spill your heart to your future wife by telling her why you can't live without her For more unique proposal ideas, contact The Proposers. Image source - scriptmag, doccotton, fanpop.