After a breakup, Brooke Lowry went solo in a Disney Princess-inspired engagement photo shoot, and she couldn't be more inspirational.
Every now and then, it's nice to be reminded that true love and old-fashioned romance exist outside of Hollywood and fairy tales, which is why we asked our readers to share their proposal stories with us. The result was just the jolt of mushy, lovey-dovey sweetness that we needed to thaw our cold, cold hearts. Check out these proposal stories from our readers and just try not to let out a big ol' "Aww." Feel free to share yours as well!
When it's time to let the world know that you and your love are ready for the next big step, you'll want to schedule an engagement photo session. Whether you prefer classic portraits or want to play up your personality in your pictures, try these tips to get a better engagement photo.
In today's world, the idea of simply getting down on bent knee at a restaurant or popping the question in the comfort of your own apartment seems passe. Proposals have become extensively planned events, spectacles of epic proportions that are meant to dazzle the recipient and then go viral on YouTube. Given the rise of this extravagant trend, it's not surprising that many companies have jumped on the bandwagon to offer up curious, one-of-a-kind proposal packages. From pizza lovers to adrenaline junkies, there's an over-the-top option for just about everyone. Click on to see which of these unconventional engagement ideas you would say "I do" to.
They may drive you crazy sometimes, but at the end of the day, you can't imagine living with anyone else.
Your grandmother might still consider it scandalous, but living together before marriage is more common than it’s ever been. Thirty years ago, people who cohabited were breaking some serious taboos, but today, research shows that up to 70 percent of marriages begin with the couples moving in together before they say their vows.
Calling women "high-maintenance" or "needy" is sometimes just a subtle way to put us down for having reasonable needs. Listen up, ladies: it's okay to have standards.