According to the wedded guys we talked to, it's usually a small act or fleeting moment that makes them want to go the distance and pop the question.
By Bethany Heitman
She Could Pull Off a Surprise
"When Sarah and I first got together, I mentioned how I had always wanted a first edition of my favorite book, The Great Gatsby. Two years later, on our anniversary, we were out for a nice dinner, and she surprised me with a copy of the novel from when it was first published. She had found one, saved up money, and bought it. I was blown away. I honestly hadn't even remembered telling her about my wish. But she had listened, tucked away that information, and years later, tracked down a copy for me. A few months after that, I bought an amazing ring - with help from her sister - and proposed." -Steven, 31
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She Never Guilt-Tripped Me
"I took a boys' trip with a bunch of friends from college. We went to Miami to hit the beach and go clubbing. Past