After several weeks of living in their new apartment, it looks like Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande are starting to make their house into a home. And there are clouds, clouds, everywhere.
"Congrats!! Where's the ring?" one person wrote. While another said, "Very happy, except that's the smallest ring I've ever seen."
When three sisters — all of whom are grandmothers — found out their waiter at a restaurant wanted to propose to his girlfriend but couldn't afford a ring, one of the women gave him her own engagement ring.
A Nevada dad jokingly brought a protest sign to the scene of his daughter's engagement — and has become an internet hit.
Originally, the Philadelphia Eagles star wanted to surprise his longtime love with a horse-drawn carriage and make the proposal Cinderella-themed, but then his plans had to change.
Watch the sweet moment a Brooklyn man proposed in full "Black Panther" costume minutes before the movie started.
The "Will & Grace" star decided to buy herself her dream ring, a huge emerald with diamonds, and it's a stunner.
“I was so happy and excited to accept but was disappointed when I first saw the ring. The first word that entered my head was ‘small.'"
The 70-year-old man and his 67-year-old love became Instagram stars, still have plenty of passion, and are now husband and wife.
The engagement photo that made Lucinda and Murphy viral. Cleveland T. Wilson, lovingly known as Murphy, and Lucinda Myers are the Internet’s most viral couple – and they don’t even know what viral means. The 70-year-old man and his 67-year-old fiancé have recently become adored by audiences after their engagement photos went viral on Instagram.
The wildflower superbloom in California has proved to be quite a draw for photography, and one couple’s engagement celebration. After years of drought and a remarkably wet winter, some areas of California’s landscape have exploded into what are commonly called superblooms — a phenomenon so massive you can see it from space. Back on Earth, one couple and their engagement photographer decided to take advantage of the expanding spectrum of colors to help announce and celebrate their impending union.
Picture this: You’ve been given a bath bomb by your loving boyfriend (already amazing, right?), run a bath, and get soaking in the tub. It fizzes around and does what a bath bomb does best, and when it’s done, you see something float to the top. Twitter user Kennessy had this happen to her, and though what she received was a promise ring rather than an engagement ring, it’s giving us all sorts of ideas.