You’ve asked permission, you’ve bought the ring, you’ve mapped out what you want to say but now you must figure out how on earth you’re going to propose. It’s not easy and proposing takes planning; that’s why it doesn’t hurt to get a little help.
A few weeks ago, we had the opportunity to be a part of a surprise proposal for the sweetest couple. The future groom had everything planned at the Fairmount Austin hotel. We waited and hid on the 7thfloor with a gorgeous skyline view before the happy couple arrived. When the future bride walked in, she saw roses, champagne and framed pictures of their relationship for the past few years. As soon as we saw them walking our way, Drew started strumming her favorite song, “Just You and I” by Tom Walker. Once she stepped into the room I sang the first verse. After the first verse/chorus I stopped singing and Drew kept quietly strumming and let the groom take his time to propose. We played quietly while the hired photographer and videographer were catching the beautiful moment. After he put the ring on her finger, we chimed in along with the cheers and applause and continued to sing.
The movies make engagements seems so magical but without the music, would it REALLY feel that way? This groom went all out. But if you’re on a budget we’ve also sang for other couples at auditorium shores and picked out a more seclude area that looked over a pond while the bride’s sister took video and pictures on her phone. Whether you have the budget of a prince or a pauper, music can make any location and moment enchanting.
If you’re in need of someone to sing and play for your proposal, please see our contact information. We are happy to learn a new song that has a special meaning to you and your special someone.