It's hard to think of the perfect one! Ring On The Finger features videos of the best marriage proposals caught on film. With a wedding on the way, lovebirds all over the world have sent in their clips for you to enjoy! Have a video of your own? Click "Submit" above!
“Today while my girlfriend Hannah thought I was fishing with the boys, I had a small army of friends and family working hard to pull together the perfect proposal for her. Her best friend then proceeded to fool her into going on an innocent plane ride which ended up being a day to remember. Exactly two years from the day I asked her on our first date, I finally was able to ask her to be my wife!”
“Jonathan wanted to propose to his sweet girlfriend, Zuleth on their anniversary. Zuleth thought he surprised her with a helicopter ride along the coast to celebrate their anniversary but in reality he had another surprise up his sleeve. Their entire families waited at the beach where he asked Zuleth to be his girlfriend, and when they fly by they all pointed at a special message made from seaweed leis to spell out ‘Zuleth, Marry Me?’ For another cute touch, rather than shouting inside the noisy helicopter, when they flew over the proposal spot he held up signs to tell her to look out the window… and pop the question!”
“I tweeted to @YouDontKnowJack and asked for help with a special project. Over six weeks, they developed a special episode of their Facebook version of You Don’t Know Jack. I kept her off the track by telling her it was new a new episode with better writing and they wanted video reactions to it. And, well. The video speaks for itself!”
“Well, I know that every girl has a crush on Peter Pan but my condition was serious. I used to have night terrors as a child, nightmares that would keep me from sleeping. They were so vivid. The only break in all these nightmares was this one vivid dream that reoccurred. It was Peter Pan, at my window, asking me on a date. He would tell me that night what adventure we would go on the next night so I would be ready. One day my mom found my sequined ice skating outfit wadded up under my pillow with my skates. She asked me of course what it was doing there. “Peter Pan is coming and we are going iceskating!” This passion for Pan grew as I did and I watched the video (Mary Martin of course) over and over and wore it out twice. For Halloweens, I was Smee, Hook, Pan, Tink, Wendy, you name it!
I grew up but my love never faded and I moved to Philadelphia where I met Chris. It was only a few weeks into getting to know him that he told me he was cast as Peter Pan. His way of letting me know was a text that read, “Will you be my Wendy?” I called me mom and told her that if this wasn’t the one than it was a cruel joke. It took Chris a while to stop being a “Lost Boy” but one day he decided to move to Philadelphia with me. (He was living in NYC)
He was out of town on work one weekend so I didn’t suspect him home. My friend tells me we should go to an arts/fod fest down by the piers. “Get dolled up!” She says. Little did I know Christopher had called my mom and my best friend from Ohio AND HIS childhood friend Tony from Oregon to come down. He got the hook up on an old Spanish tall ship that happened to be docked in Philly this weekend (because he is magic).
We walk down to the pier and apparently Tony was stationed to greet me with a “Wendy Gown” ( I am a costumer, Chris thinks of everything). My friend Kristen says “We should talk to this pirate.” I am thinking “whatever I am hungry” but I do a double take and realize it is Chris’ friend. “TONY what are you doing here!!??” I scream…then it hits me…oh wow… Tony you are dressed as Hook…what. are. you. doing. here? It was then that I went into an elated shock. They try to dress me in the Wendy gown and escort me onto the ship. The rest is a dream. Please watch the video to see the rest!”