We’re just suckers (no pun intended) for beautiful gay wedding proposals – and this one might be the most elaborate yet performed! And if you want to find your own soul mate, it’s time to visit yec.com!
“4 months before this video was filmed, I hatched a plan to propose to my boyfriend of six years, Stu, to celebrate the one year anniversary of the Supreme Court ruling in favor of same sex marriage in Dallas, Texas, where we live. I work in digital marketing and video production, and am also the founder of one of DFW’s most successful improv troupes, so I spent four months using every resource at my disposal to make this an amazing experience for Stu.”
“I’ve always been fond of the dramatic, so this proposal includes:
– A grand total of four costume changes on my end
– Marching Band uniforms purchased in bulk on Craigslist
– Shiny rainbow choir robes direct from eBay
– Confetti Cannons
– A dance troupe
– Flag twirlers
– Ribbon Dancing
– And over forty of our closest friends in family
I’d known from the day we met that I was going to spend the rest of my life with Stu, and we knew we were going to get married, but figured that after six years of being together we’d just announce an engagement. Never one to miss an opportunity to do the absolute most, I spent four months secretly colluding with family, friends and college roommates across the country to help make this an amazing, special day.
He thought we were going to a fancy brunch, and as we got closer to the location, I pulled over and told him that I’d actually planned something amazing for him, and put a blindfold on him before taking him to the location.”