5 Romantic Movie Proposal Scenes

By Maddalena Scarpellini | 7th February 2017 | Blog categories: Uncategorised, Wedding Blog, Wedding Ideas

Check out these 5 romantic movie proposal scenes to get in the mood and melt your heart.

Valentine’s Day is the most popular time of the year to pop the question and Hollywood knows perfectly how to re-create the ultimate marriage proposal scenes.

To get in the spirit, we decided to take a look back at the most romantic movie proposal scenes that will make you swoon and romantic moments that will make you even more excited for your own wedding day to come (or maybe serve as inspiration for your soon-to-propose loved one!), check these out. 

Sex and The City

Could there have been a better way for Mr. Big to propose to Carrie than in a walk-in closet? Of course not. This moment is pure cinematic (and swoon-worthy) gold.

Sweet Home Alabama

It’s every girl’s dream come true, how she can say no to a marriage proposal in Tiffany’s? In true romantic style this proposal will make your heart melt. Whether or not they will get married, we still love this ring-tastic proposal moment.

Love Actually

Who could forget when in his broken Portuguese, Jamie (Colin Firth’s character) proposes to his beloved Aurelia in front of her big family? Because no language barrier could keep two soulmates apart “I’ve come here with a view to asking you to marriage me. I know I seems an insane person because I hardly knows you, but sometimes things are so transparency, they don’t need evidential proof.”

When Harry Met Sally

This classic romantic comedy is not only known for its iconic New York City scenery, but also for Harry’s gorgeous line: “When you realise you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible.” Props to Harry for the flawless delivery.

Runaway Bride

After leaving multiple fiancés at the altar, it only made sense for Maggie to get on one knee in front of Homer. And her proposal speech might take the cake as our favourite – and not only because it’s one of the only movies where a woman pops the question.