Ten proposals of marriage were made during last weekend's Valentine's Day event at the Tower Bridge Exhibition.
Every Valentine's Day for the past few years the high-level walkways at Tower Bridge have been turned into a platform for romance.
The scented flowers, seductive lighting and a live harpist clearly worked in creating the right mood in which to propose marriage, as 10 people made marriage proposals.
Each couple that got engaged on the night was entered into a draw to win a wedding reception at Tower Bridge worth £4,500. The prize also included furniture, security and £500 of LED lighting to colour theme the venue. To
"Tower Bridge floodlit is stunning; add pink Champagne, chocolates, music and the breathtaking panoramic views of the City and you have the perfect romantic spot to spend Valentine's Day, and what better occasion to propose," says Chris Earlie from Tower Bridge.
The Queen will visit Tower Bridge on Wednesday 24 February as part of a tour of the City of London. The Tower Bridge Exhibition will be closed to the public on Wednesday between 11am and 3pm.