A Harry Potter Wedding Proposal (Video)

Inspired by his girlfriend Andrea’s love of all things Harry Potter, Jaysin planned a Harry Potter-themed scavenger hunt proposal complete with a custom video game! Each of the scavenger hunt clues came with a riddle that eventually led her to the UPS store, the public library and finally one of their favorite pubs where he proposed. The best part? The spell casting and magic trick at the end (at about the six-minute mark).

“After All This Time… Always” – A Harry Potter Themed Engagement Proposal from NightOwls Media on Vimeo.

If you can’t get enough romantic proposals then you should ¬†join the conversations on the Just Engaged community board¬†where real brides share their proposal and engagement stories.

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  • Endgame
    12/10/13 at 06:58

    That was absolutely beautiful. You guys should join the National Puzzlers’ League.

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