The 5 Most Epic Marriage Proposals Ever

Posted on Wednesday, August 12th, 2015 in Uncategorized.

It’s a once in a life time event. Making sure your proposal is romantic, sincere, and unforgettable is the goal of many proposers. Here’s our list of the most epic marriage proposals ever.

  1. The Faux Movie Trailer Proposal: Matt and Ginny went to the movie theater to watch the latest “Fast and the Furious” movie. Before the movie played, a trailer showing Matt asking Ginny’s father for his permission to marry his daughter was played. After Ginny watched the video, Matt proposed to her right in the movie theater, where over a hundred of their friends and family members were seated.        pic1
  2. The One Year Proposal: Dean dedicated an entire year to prepare for his epic proposal. For 365 days, Dean recorded himself asking his girlfriend, Jennifer to marry him. He then compiled all of his recordings into a single video, which was presented to Jennifer as she sat on the beach. As the video came to a close, Dean was standing behind Jennifer waiting to propose in person.                                                                          pic2
  1. The Angry Birds Proposal: Ben, an avid angry birds player took his girlfriend Melissa out to lunch one day. He brought out his tablet and asked Melissa to play Angry Birds Friends. She obliged and starting playing the game. As she got to level three of the game, the words “Marry Me Mel” appeared on the screen. Ben then got down on one knee and proposed to Melissa.

He had enlisted the help of the company that owns Angry Birds and worked with their representatives to design a new         game level made especially for his proposal.


  1. The Children’s Book Proposal: Jason enlisted the help of friend and animator, Yoni to create a children’s book for his epic proposal to girlfriend Molly. The book features bits of Jason and Molly’s history- when they first met, what they did together, etc. Jason then had the book placed in their local library and took Molly there one day. After arriving at the library, Jason pulled the book from the shelf and gave it to Molly to read. As she got to the end of the story (when the tortoise proposes to the hare), Jason got down on one knee and proposed to her.                  pic4
  1. The Live Lip-Dub Proposal: Isaac invited his girlfriend Amy to his parents’ house for dinner. When she arrived to the house, she was directed to sit in the back of a car with some headphones on. The car then starts moving slowly throughout the neighborhood as the couple’s friends and family walk behind it lip syncing “Marry You” by Bruno Mars.

Isaac enlisted the help of over 60 people including a marching band to participate in this epic proposal.