We are in the midst of sweater weather and proposal season. We have exactly what you need when heartfelt engagement announcements trickle through your news feed. Here we have compiled a list of the top movie and television programme suggestions of all time.
Choosing the most memorable engagements on the big screen, ranging from tragic to sweet to hilarious. On-screen weddings and engagements don’t simply bring joy; they also bring inspiration. According to an internal study conducted by The Knot, 20% of all couples polled claimed that TV characters/personalities have provided them with a positive marriage example.
Despite the influence that on-screen lovers have on real-life couples, not all proposals are as romantic as they appear in movies. Instead of a ring, someone can propose with a watch. Other couples may each purchase a ring for their partner. Proposals are becoming less surprising as couples take the initiative to chat about their future plans. Your proposal should be true to your relationship. If that means asking both of your partners, giving them a non-jewelry item, or surprising them at dinner, so be it. You won’t go wrong if you make it unique to your relationship.
Cosy up on the couch with your sweetheart and watch the best movie and TV programme proposals ever to help spark imagination.
Hidden Figures, Katherine and Jim
Jim proposes to Katherine with a well prepared supper for her and her girls, as well as her mother. She’s so surprised that she inquires whether it’s her birthday and she’s completely forgotten about it. Her daughters assure her, however, that this is not the occasion they are commemorating. Jim gets down on one knee in front of Katherine’s family and presents her with his mother’s ring. He claims they’ve been married for more than 50 years, so it’s as lucky as a ring can get. He admits to calling his mother the night after he and Katherine met to tell her he was going to marry her as he asks her to marry him. “She must be something,” her mother says, to which Jim responds, “No, she’s more than something.” They get engaged and have supper together to celebrate.
Love Actually, Aurelia and Jamie
Jamie moves to France after splitting up with his girlfriend in order to focus on finishing his manuscript. During Jamie’s stay, Aurelia is employed as his housekeeper. Despite their inability to communicate with one another, they develop a strong bond. Jamie and Aurlia enjoy a kiss at the end of Jamie’s stay in France, both knowing they’ll likely never see each other again. Jamie, on the other hand, immediately discovers that he loves Aurelia and studies Portuguese before flying to her home and proposing to her in front of her entire family. She says “yes” in English since she learnt it “just in case.”
Crazy Rich Asians’ Nick and Rachel
Nick ultimately introduces Rachel to his family, and it’s evident that they’re all against her. They don’t think she’s a good match for Nick because of her background and family history. Rachel breaks up with Nick because of the tension between her and Nick’s family. He goes to his mother for approval to show how much he loves Rachel. He approaches Rachel and her mother on a plane just as they are about to board and proposes. He confesses that he intended to fly her to his favourite island and propose to her at sunset. Instead, he proposes to Rachel while on the plane. He gets down on one knee and gives her his mother’s ring, which she accepts as a sign that she approves of the relationship.
Think Like a Man, Kristen and Jeremy
After their separation, Jeremy returns to Kristen and proposes to her in the most romantic way possible. He informs her that she is the last person on his mind before he falls asleep. He’s so frightened that he adds, “I want to be your wife, and I want to be your husband,” while down on one knee. “I want to be your husband, and I want you to be my wife,” he swiftly corrects himself. The titles don’t matter to us, but we appreciate how emotional this moment is.
My Big Fat Greek Wedding, Toula and Ian
Before they start dating, Toula and Ian cross paths twice. Her family, on the other hand, only wants her to marry a Greek, therefore they must keep their connection a secret. When their parents discover them, they restrict them from dating (which doesn’t work out). They keep seeing one other and spend time at Ian’s place. Ian’s proposition in this is basic and sweet, which we like. Ian asks her to marry him right then and there when they are snuggled in bed together. They enthusiastically celebrate after he presents her with a ring.