World’s most expensive and extreme wedding proposals
Let’s find out which were the world’s most expensive and extreme wedding proposals.
Do you think that hiding the ring in her champagne glass is creative? By the end of this article you will reconsider all that. There are some people that tried the craziest things in order to make sure that they will get a positive answer to their proposal. They understood how important the memory of that moment will be and did everything to make their lover feel special, entertain her and prove their love at the same time.
Of course, any classy lady knows that she doesn’t have to demand a special treatment, but the truth is that, in the end, we all enjoy being trated as queens.
Asking Tom Cruise to pop the question
In 2004, Tom Cruise appeared on Portuguese television to ask a woman named Sonia to marry cameraman Joao Martins. As Cruise asked her, Martins was on the phone to his girlfriend.
Proposing at Gravity Zero
Graciela Asturias, a 27-year-old architect from Manhattan, got a very unique birthday present from her fiancé, Alex. He brought her in a specially designed Boeing 727 aircraft that creates the experience of microgravity during four-five minute plunges as it flies up and down between 24,000 and 35,000 feet, allowing the passengers to experience a near zero gravity effect. When they started floating in the cabin, Alex popped the question, but what’s funny is that he was worried that in zero Gravity, the ring might float away and make things harder. Luckily, it all went great and Graciela said yes.
The 90-minute trip costs $3,500 per person, was arranged by Space Adventures of Virginia and offered Graciela the experience of an amazing proposal at thousand feet above the ground while floating in an airplane cabin.
Proposing through a TV ad
Rand wanted to propose to his girlfriend Geraldine via a Super Bowl commercial. For that he needed approximately $2.5 million, so he put together a website where he posted his game plan and started to draw a lot of attention online. People made donations, but, unfortunately he didn’t raise all the amount of money he needed. He applied plan B: purchasing ad time during Geraldine’s favorite television show Veronica Mars. As Geraldine was watching the show, Rand’s ad came on the screen, asking her to marry him. And what could she possibly say but yes! Now, that’s creative.
Watch the ad here.
Creating an art exhibition to pop the question
George, an industrial designer wished to create a proposal and art piece all in one. He sat down at his computer and designed the piece in a 3d program, then laser cut foam core to create the different pieces that would form the words, “Will You Marry Me”. He named the art piece “My Early Muir Owl” which is an anagram of “Will you marry me.” He then brought in an actor who he dubbed “Serge Gandaora” who played the part of the artist for the night. ”Serge Gandaora” is an anagram of “George and Sara”. While she was viewing the art piece, George dropped down to one knee beside her and as the words took shape before her eyes she came away with a clear yes and a ring on her finger.
Proposing at 20,000 feet just before skydiving
It looks like it’s becoming a trend to propose at high altitudes. Here’s what Mateo Martinez thinks: “There is no better way to get your heart rate up than jumping out of a plane and proposing to your girlfriend”. He popped the question at 20,000 feet just before he and his girlfriend were about to sky dive.
I hoped you enjoyed reading and that your proposal will be even more amazing than these one.