Gotta Watch: Wacky wedding proposals
May 22nd, 2011
02:41 PM ET

Gotta Watch: Wacky wedding proposals

There are lots of romantic ways to pop the question to your significant other.  You could get down on one knee or place the ring in a glass of champagne.  In today's Gotta Watch we thought we would showcase some of our favorite wacky marriage proposal videos. We'll start with one that happened earlier this week right here at the CNN Center.

'Marry Me, today and everyday' - Nothing could be more romantic than this surprise proposal. The lead singer of Train sings an acoustic version of "Marry Me" to surprise a soldier's girlfriend as he proposes. Good news! She said yes.

A show stopper - What better way to say "I love you" on Valentine's Day than by popping the question to your one and only! That's what one man did during a Robin concert earlier this year.

A commencement to remember - In 2010, a valedictorian at a New Jersey college took the opportunity to pop the question to her longtime boyfriend during her commencement speech and it totally caught him off guard. Let's just say they had a lot more to celebrate than finishing school.

soundoff (33 Responses)
  1. JAMES MARCH

    A marriage Proposal should be a once in a life time event. The song said it best, you should want to mary the person you pop the question to every day of your life. Then again I guess that kind of thinking went out years ago, right behind the notion of chivalry and honor.

    May 23, 2011 at 9:46 am | Report abuse | Reply
  2. Chuck Smith

    LOL. Those are funny! But in a way, they are romantic as well. It could have been iced with a diamond engagement ring.

    May 30, 2011 at 3:01 pm | Report abuse | Reply
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