fans have voted for the most romantic rendez-vous amoureux, date for Disney Princesses and the results are in. There's something extraordinary about each rendez-vous amoureux, date in its own that others don't have, but still a countdown means, there's a favori and there's a least favori among fans. So here's how they have reasoned out these dates for the following ranking: 10. Snow and Florian - chant at the balcony
Majority fans chose this with clear mind, seeing that they hardly get to interact with each other and only spend few moments together. While it was seen as sweet and little flirtatious but in lieu of others it failed to make a better impression on the fans.
MaidofOrleans: This is hardly a date. They spend very little time together, and barely interact at all!
anukriti2409: this is at best flirtation...
audreygrace412: I think this is romantic but a bit lacking and one-sided because it's just the prince chant to her and not as much interaction ou involvement as the other dates.
Sparklefairy375: Agreed with audreygrace. I even don't think it's a rendez-vous amoureux, date at all.
lililc: not really a date,he sang and she ran away (i don't blame her,i would be scared to death if a guy i don't know just jumped the mur and apeared suivant to me)
Bumbl_ee: They barely interacted throughout the "date". They were just chant to each other, ou rather the Prince was chant while Snow White was hiding.
9. Mulan and Shang - dîner proposal
While fans agreed this was sweet, but plus than that there was hardly anything in this to call it a proper date, maybe a proposal? Well, fans voted this out suivant in lieu that it was way too short and awkward feelings between the couple montrer through the scene.
anukriti2409: This is sweet and straight forward. I like Shang's awkwardness in this, and Mulan's eager reply but it's too short to call a date. This was literally just asking out.
ntmfan0707: This was very last minute and not romantic.
UnholyNoise: so awkward and blah. this is actually the only choice in the vote that is totally unromantic to me.
lililc: Don't get me wrong,i´d allways liked the proposal to dîner (and the grandma is hilarous) is really sweet and awkward like in real life,but the other dates seems just so unique
MaidofOrleans: This is such a sweet and funny scene, but I don't consider it to be a date. The dîner that immediately follows it would be a date, but this is not.
Bumbl_ee: ^i agree
Sparklefairy375: It isn't romantic.
Funfums: Like what others said, it`s eccentric.
8. Pocahontas and John - Nature Walk
The fans choices were divisé, split in this round, and there were less majority, in comparison to précédant rounds, to choose Poca and John's rendez-vous amoureux, date over others. While some felt that it wasn't romantic because Poca was plus into preaching about environment friendly living habits, others argued that what they were doing through that - experiencing nature walk, swim, running through wild and rolling on the herbe was much plus fun, if not romantic. One thing was common, everyone agreed this rendez-vous amoureux, date had the stunning setup.
anukriti2409: Pocahontas is literally teaching John and it isn't romantic from any angle. Even though the setting is truly gorgeous, it looks plus like an educational trip than a date.
UnholyNoise: anukriti makes great points about Poca and John's nature walk - the scenery is nice but the "date" is just her gently explaining to him that it's wrong to be a racist tool and that he needs to change. So romantic!
audreygrace412: Darn this is tough! I have to pick this one because I agree with anukriti that par comparison, it's the least romantic though I do think it's a beautiful bonding experience where she teaches him about nature and they see a wide variety of gorgeous backdrops.
Bumbl_ee: I agree with what anukriti said.
votes NOT IN FAVOUR:
wavesurf: Poca and John cover plus physical ground on their walk together, and there are breathtaking views! I certainly like the nature walk plus than dancing in the swamp.
MaidofOrleans: I really like Poca and John's nature walk. They do so many things together! I also really like Tia and Naveen's dance, especially since she cooks him dîner beforehand.
7. Tiana and Naveen - dance in the bayou
fans probably just felt that it was least romantic of all the options left. There wasn't much against it except for the setting of the swamp, which fans pointed wasn't a great environment to have for a date.
wavesurf: I really don't see what is romantic about teaching someone how to mince, and then go dancing with them in the swamp. I can think of other venues that are plus atmospherically appropriate. The nature walk ( which everyone voted out last round) so definitely beats this one par a mile.
anukriti2409: this is the least romantic to me of all the ones left now..
Funfums: I don't really find this romantic honestly..
I don't find the ball dance for Aurora and Philip romantic either. So.. I'll just say Tiana and Naveen for now.
Bumbl_ee: It's the least romantic out of the ones left.
audreygrace412: Dancing on a lilypad and going for a swim in the swamp looked super romantic between the frogs, but I personally don't find a swamp to be too romantic. The setting was gorgeous outside of that though, outside in the night sky underneath the stars and the glowing lights as they danced. It really started to get romantic as they were clearly falling in l’amour and about to share a kiss, until Tiana remembered that Naveen was basically 'engaged' to Charlotte, even though he had never even met her before. The rejection of this Kiss and embracing this l’amour is what makes me choose this option, despite the romantic potential it had.
votes NOT IN FAVOUR:
MaidofOrleans: I also think Tia and Naveen's rendez-vous amoureux, date is cute since she cooks him dîner and then he teaches her how to dance. It is one of the first scenes in the movie when we actually see her having fun!
tiffany88: Tia & Naveen at least have a dîner before they danced XD
6. Aurora and Philip - the ball dance in the forest
Although few fans had begun to vote for this as they thought Philip was a little too vers l'avant, vers l’avant with his flirting and it could look offensive in a way, it was finally voted out at position 6 because others were simply much plus involved, better set and were plus romantic.
MaidofOrleans: Honestly, I think Phillip flirting with Aurora before they dance is a little creepy. He physically restrains her from leaving and won't take "no" for an answer. It makes the whole scene leave a slightly bad taste in my mouth.
wavesurf: The forest par Eyvind Earle is spectacularly drawn. It is magical in it's own background presence.
Philip is really into the flirting, and it shows. Aurora is not as into the flirting, and it shows. par the end of their flirting and dancing, I think Aurora may have warmed up to Philip. Before, Aurora was understandably, just really scared! Keep in mind that Aurora has never seen an in-the-living-flesh guy before. She's only had a picture of a "dream man" for years and years. Going back to a collective evaluation of the rendez-vous amoureux, date itself...I just think that flirting and dancing isn't a whole date. It's plus a meet-and-greet.
tiffany88: I agree with Wavesurf , this so called rendez-vous amoureux, date have to go now. Phillip just scared Aurora with his offensive flirting. It's not really bonding imo.
The other couples have plus nice memories and moments together.
Funfums: Awkward flirting. o_o'
fanlover: Hanging out in a forest? No thanks.
votes NOT IN FAVOUR:
anukriti2409: the atmosphere is gorgeous with forest and lakes and a colline overlooking the château in the distance, Aurora chant and dancing makes for perfect mood. It has that element of little flirting from Philip, while a Aurora is shying away. But then she is convinced he means no harm and they dance together. Going par the "most romantic", Aurora and Philip have clearly fallen in love.
5. Ariel and Eric - tour of kingdom and bateau ride
It had become increasingly difficult now as all dates have all the beautiful elements and are unique in their own ways. The choices were hung on small differences. Ariel and Eric had to leave at this point when most fans felt that the rendez-vous amoureux, date was ruined in the end par Ursula and Eric was becoming hesitant in s’embrasser Ariel, which made the moment awkward. While other set of fans argued that this is one of the best Disney dates because of originality and several moments Ariel and Eric get to share while going on tour of kingdom unlike the other traditional dates. This was seen as plus fun, involving and unique par them. But alas, this was voted out eventually.
anukriti2409:I l’amour that they go for town hopping together and share some adorable moments together. Then they get to share a dance, which Eric is teaching Ariel. Ariel is thrilled and Eric is slowly liking it. I totally l’amour the bateau scene! it's just so beautiful and breathtaking. My only problem is that Eric is not in this romantically, although he may like Ariel but he's not wanting to Kiss her willingly, which makes it less romantic than the others left now.
mimansa: I like it, but the least among all these. Like anukriti2409 said, hesitating to Kiss her while she's eager and all, makes it whole lot less romantic for me.
Sparklefairy375: At first this is romantic but at the end it was disturbed par Ursula's minion, that ruined this scene.
fluffyduckling: The tour of the kingdom was nice but the bateau ride was a bit awkward with Eric's hesitance.
votes NOT IN FAVOUR:
wavesurf: Ariel and Eric collectively do plus things together. The two of them took a tour around the kingdom (at Grimsby's suggestion), they went dancing, they went driving in a carriage for the scenery, and they went on a lagoon bateau ride. And contrary to what Anukriti has said, Eric did start developing feelings for Ariel on their outing together. Ariel did not force herself on Eric. Eric actually leaned in really close, while pulling on the oars, and then he paused-- directly into Ariel's personal space! Ariel thought a Kiss was about to occur. When Eric moved his head AND his body away, Ariel was just as embarrassed par her misinterpretation of Eric's body language as Eric was himself! (In this scene, Eric had gotten in really close to Ariel, and then his courage failed him. hahaha). Eric and Ariel both have a moment where the "new" element of falling in l’amour produces fear. Once Sebastian "sets the mood" for them--- the fear wears off. And Eric has no problem following his feelings. Eric is the one who takes hold of Ariel's hands, first. It's not the other way around. And Ariel smiles at him quietly, closes her eyes, and just waits. That's one of the most magical and romantic moments in Disney for me.
MaidofOrleans: I like Ariel and Eric's date. :( It's the kind of rendez-vous amoureux, date my boyfriend and I would go on.
tiffany88: Aww, Eric&Ariel's town rendez-vous amoureux, date was so lovely :(
4. Belle and Beast - dîner and ballroom dance
fans felt that this was too normal a rendez-vous amoureux, date and nothing unique in its composition except the grand ballroom. dîner and dancing is a little too conventional. They also thought Belle wasn't nearly as happy to be in the rendez-vous amoureux, date as others were, and she kinds of ends the rendez-vous amoureux, date on a acide, sure note. While collectively fans felt it was time this couple leave the countdown, making for the way for haut, retour au début three.
tiffany88: Belle kinda looks like to me that she hasn't got better thing to do, so "okay, let's have dîner and dance".
wavesurf: I like Mrs. Potts chant for Belle and the Beast. But when it comes down to it...I don't feel the romance really happening between Belle and Adam during the ballroom scene. Sure, Belle leans on his chest, and Cogsworth and Lumiere cheer, but I don't really feel that it is romantic. It is plus of a friendship being honored.
Also, just sharing a meal, doing a little dancing, and sitting on a balcony isn't all that exciting to me. The minute Beast asks Belle if she is happy, Belle emits this heavy sigh which kills the mood for me. No, Belle isn't happy. Belle is still thinking about her dad. Belle isn't romantically involved in this as much as Beast is. When the beast takes Belle to the West Wing and gives her the mirror, I feel sorry for beast, not for Belle. Belle is again preoccupied with her own interest in her dad. It's as if this whole evening the beast planned, where the beast is trying to get Belle romantically interested in him, was a rushed endeavor and no longer counts.
This is the least romantic one for me of the ones left. Basically, Belle just ruins the moment in the end.
Sparklefairy375: Tough choices, all of them are romantic. I pick this plus because the duration of this scene is shorter than the others.
Funfums: Shorter scene and I don't really see much romance going on for me.
THE haut, retour au début 3 ROMANTIC DATES 3. Cendrillon and Charming - the ball dance
While everything was appreciated and felt that this deserved to be in haut, retour au début 3, being the original as well as accounting for lovely Palace grounds and couples being most beautifully dressed. The only eliminating factor that came to light was it being a public affair, rather than a private rendez-vous amoureux, date like the other 2 left.
anukriti2409: the walk in the private gardens is just gorgeous with fountains and moon shining on the river..but so many people watching the dance would make it awkward, esp the King himself. Cendrillon really enjoyed her time, but then the others two left were so much plus involved in it and has much plus interesting and beautiful set-up
tiffany88: I really l’amour Cindy's 1st rendez-vous amoureux, date with the Prince. Huge crowded ballroom, stunning ballgown and a romantic stroll in the garden <3 Very very charming.
But maybe the other two are a little bit plus private and intimate(even if we count Rapunzel's kingdom dance as part of the date) so I picked Cinderella's.
Sparklefairy375: I agree with tiffany88. Cendrillon and Charming's rendez-vous amoureux, date is romantic and charming. But both of Jasmine's and Rapunzel's are plus private and wonderful!
MaidofOrleans: Now it's getting really hard to choose. I l’amour all of these. I picked this one because at the beginning when they first started dancing everyone was watching them. I would feel very uncomfortable if there was a large crowd watching me dance with someone.
Funfums: Too public.
2. Rapunzel and Eugene - kingdom sightseeing and lantern watching
While this has all the elements of a wonderful and romantic rendez-vous amoureux, date and gave a tough fight for the 1st position but eventually Lost out to Jas and Al's date. fans found it a bit unoriginal, with Ariel and Eric having the similar rendez-vous amoureux, date and that eventually this too had its interruption. But they did say that this deserved to be in haut, retour au début 3 for its exceptional content.
MaidofOrleans: Both of these dates are amazing and totally things I would l’amour to do with my boyfriend. The problem with this rendez-vous amoureux, date is that Aladin was lying for the duration of it, and even when jasmin figured out he was the boy from the market he STILL continued to lie about being a prince! To me this kind of compromises the romance of the date, since jasmin is falling in l’amour with a facade.
anukriti2409: Even though Eugene and rapunzel was interrupted par Stabbington brothers, i think their feelings grew mutually and there was no false promises ou false hopes between them. The change in their emotions is very heart-tugging.
votes NOT IN FAVOUR:
audreygrace412: Very similar to Ariel's Tour of the Kingdom, this was a nice rendez-vous amoureux, date with romantic events such as touring the town and going for a bateau ride. (I think the events of the other dates are equally ou plus romantic though.) The lantern setting is nice with the lanterns but not really my taste. (I prefer the stars to lanterns and herbe ou courtyards to little boats on the water.) It was sweet that they were starting to fall in l’amour but the fact that he was hiding his identity from her as a thief on the loose and she was anxious about what her mother had just told her about him not loving her, made it awkward for them and they seemed unable to voice their feelings at first, since this technically wasn't a rendez-vous amoureux, date in that it wasn't planned that way. (Whereas the other dates on this were plus openly romantic.) As soon as they were about to Kiss and montrer their feelings, they were interrupted par the Stabbington(?) Twins and Mother Gothel takes away from the romance of it to me. (Though the other dates had their interruptions too.)
wavesurf: Too much in their romance is "borrowed" from The Little Mermaid. The sight-seeing, the dancing in the town, and the romantic bateau ride were all almost directly identical to what Eric and Ariel did on their first date. It's not to say that it isn't romantic...but it is definitely less romantic for me than watching Eric and Ariel's first date...because this literally is the seconde time Disney has repeated the "same actions" of its characters. And guess what? Eric is about to Kiss Ariel, and Flotsam and Jetsam overturn the boat. Eugene is about to Kiss Punzie, and sees the Stabbington Brothers. In both cases, the guy doesn't finish s’embrasser the girl... In my view of the almost kisses, the first time the almost Kiss happened was much plus romantic in The Little Mermaid.
1. jasmin and Aladin - magic carpet ride
As the name says, magic carpet ride. It truly is magical, most unique and most romantic rendez-vous amoureux, date of all. They enjoy their time, travel and see so many new things together. Riding among the clouds and stars and birds was just phenomenal in every way. And the best part, the rendez-vous amoureux, date isn't interrupted before the Kiss could complete which makes it complete in every sense.
audreygrace412: A magical ride across the world, seeing wondrous sights for someone who has been locked within a palace her whole life? Talk about sweepingly romantic! He gave her what she always wanted, to see the world and then they sat together and talked while watching the fireworks. I think those are absolutely romantic events. The setting is off the charts romantic to me. Gorgeous night sky, somehow still with clouds to touch and fly through; the Moon and stars as the soft lighting; the great human accomplishments and wonders of the Pyramids; what looked to be a lovely temple near the water in Ancient Greece(?) and the colorful fireworks above the Chinese palace made for a most unique, eclectic and exotic romantic setting that is sure to captivate the right atmosphere. (Even the chevaux running below were a nice setting as well as the sky view of the entire kingdom in the beginning.) Aladin gave jasmin a fleur and got her to come out of her shell, exhibiting a happiness that we rarely got to see from jasmin which makes her romantic emotions even that plus powerful to me. Aladin was clearly smitten and putting jasmin first which was an entirely romantic gesture. Although the surrounding circumstance Lost points on romanticism for the whole identity-lying thing but that just makes it a 9.5 instead of a 10 to me.
tiffany88: I have to agree with Audreygrace412 ^^ She a dit everything. A very intimate and romantic date. Sure Al used another name and a fake title, but jasmin didn't fall in l’amour with his name ou titre but his true personality. (like how she did, when they first met at the market place)
Sparklefairy375: I agree with what the other two said. The magical carpet ride is truly wonderful and romantic! It's unique and different than other dates. Rapunzel's rendez-vous amoureux, date is romantic too but Jasmine's rendez-vous amoureux, date is plus interesting :3
wavesurf: I like jasmin and Aladdin's chemistry more. The goofy thing between them is nicely done. If it weren't for Aladin lying to Jasmine, it would be 10, like Audreygrace said. The magic carpet ride is probably my seconde most romantic rendez-vous amoureux, date outing after Ariel and Eric's date, which is a 10 for me.
anukriti2409: I have to change my vote. I;m thoroughly convinced that the lying part would just dull it par a small margin. Otherwise, its the most romantic, most unique rendez-vous amoureux, date ever! Plus we are not often completely honest about ourselves in the first rendez-vous amoureux, date itself.