5 Amazing & Romantic Flashmob Marriage Proposals

I don’t want to give too much away but my short read – The Family Plan (which you can get for FREE as a thank you for¬†signing up to my newsletter here)¬†features a flash-mob proposal. I had so much fun researching this part of the book!

The truth is I’m totally fascinated by flash mobs and often get caught into a time-suck watching them on You Tube.  So here are my five favourite flash-mob proposals.

Make sure you have your speakers turned up. Sit back and enjoy…

1) Dirty Dancing on the South Bank

If you loved the movie “Dirty Dancing” then you’ll love this beautifully choreagraphed dance routine on London’s South Bank one beautiful summer’s day. It ends with a very romantic proposal for an unsuspecting woman.

2) The Shoe’s on the Other Foot

In this next sequence the organiser of this Flash Mob gets the surprise of her life when she discovers she’s actually the target.

Wasn’t her reaction priceless? She obviously never suspected a thing! In this one the dancers looked like professionals to this untrained eye …Bruno Mars’ song is clearly a favourite for flash-mob proposals!

3) A Quiet Drink With Friends?

Katie is just out for a quiet drink with her friends totally unaware she’s about to get the surprise of her life! It made me wonder how all the family and friends involved managed to keep it such a secret!

4) Campus Capella

This proposal couldn’t get more public. This couple are pulled from the audience when they volunteer to come up on stage to assist in a Campus Capella performance. But the woman is about to discover that her man has hidden talents.

5. London Serenade

This last proposal comes from London’s Oxford Street. The future bride looks an introverted type and a tad awkward but it still brought a cheesy grin to my face. Even so, I can’t help wondering if she would have preferred a more private proposal.

So what do you think? Would you like to be proposed in this way or would you prefer something more low-key and private?

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