Greatest Marriage Proposal EVER

from Mashable

Matt wanted to make a big splash when he asked his girlfriend, Ginny, to marry him. So he hired Atlanta wedding photographer/videographer Michael Escobar, and the two men created a dramatic and clever movie trailer that would lead up to a surprising (and very public) proposal.

After somehow getting the permission of the local movie theater to run the trailer, he created a ruse where his brother took Ginny to the movies while he “worked,” and the trap was set. Here’s Matt’s narrative:

My girlfriend Ginny gets taken to the movie theater to see “Fast Five.” After a preview for the Hangover 2, a trailer for a movie comes on. A trailer I made of her father and I where I ask her father for her hand in marriage. After he gives me permission, I race off to the theater she is at to ask her to marry me.
What she doesn’t know is our family and friends are in the theater with her watching the whole thing, along with about 100 strangers.”

Nice work, Matt. That “live reaction” cam was a nice touch. We wish you all the best.


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