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At-Home Proposals from Self-Isolating Couples: Love Really Does Conquer All

At-Home Proposals from Self-Isolating Couples: Love Really Does Conquer All

Isolation Proposal

Cancelled weddings and postponed proposals are at the hand of Covid-19 with many couples having to postpone their 2020 nuptials and romantic proposals around the globe.. However, lockdown love is  real…

Cue cute stories as we chat to wedding accessories brand, Lace and Favour who have discovered a few couples defying the self-isolation perimeters and bravely asking their beloved that all-important question, proving love really does, trump all.

TikTok proposal

Blogger, Lottie Lamour went above and beyond to propose to her girlfriend Emma – amidst the Coronavirus lockdown.

 

She transformed their shared flat into a treasure hunt, leaving her fiancé-to-be with ‘Reasons Why I Love You’ notes and the finale resulted in a proposal. The big ‘twist’ to the proposal – Lottie filmed the entire event and showcased it to the world via her TikTok channel.

 

Influencer engagement

Blogger and influencer, Em Clarkson surprised her 64k followers at the weekend with the news of her engagement. Her long-term love popped the question in the countryside – social distancing at its best!

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Well, shit!!!! 💍 @alexandrew.1

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Iceland supermarket proposal

With many flights out of the UK cancelled, sadly any plans for far-flung proposals are on hold. Or are they? One plucky couple gave shoppers a reason to smile at the Tonbridge Iceland supermarket.

He had planned to propose in Iceland but as their holiday was cancelled, he chose the next best thing!

 

Coronavirus couple have wedding brought forward

An engaged couple due to marry over the Easter weekend made a mad dash to the altar to get hitched on the 18th March, a whopping four weeks before their original wedding date after their church announced it was going into lockdown due to the coronavirus. 

Director Jess Whitfield, of Winsor Bishop Jewellers, from Norfolk, received a call from their vicar, advising the church was closing its doors at 6pm – and she brought the wedding forward with just four hours’ notice, marrying the same day before the 6pm cut off!

 

 
 
 
 
 
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TRUE LOVE CONQUERS ALL: Amid the chaos of the Coronavirus, today we celebrated some much needed happy news. WB Director Jess brought forward her upcoming nuptials with just 4 hours notice yesterday evening when they heard the news that the church would be closing! At 5.55pm, Jess & Andrew signed the register before the 6pm cut off after a small, intimate service. We wish them both a lifetime of happiness and love, from all of us at Winsor Bishop 💞💎 . . . #winsorbishop #lovestories #marriage #wedding #surprisewedding #truelove #positivevibes #happiness #celebrate #loveisallyouneed #weddingrings #justmarried #norfolkwedding #norwich #nuptials #weddinginspiration #norfolk #covıd19 #guntonarms

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