Acho lindo os pedidos de casamentos! Fico de sorrisão aberto e olhinhos brilhando quando sei de uma história inusitada, seja ela real ou apenas no mundo da ficção. *-*
Chega de blá, blá, blá... e vamos ao que vim mostrar para vocês. Sabem aquelas máquinas que tiram foto 3x4 instantâneas? Uma galera aí tem escolhido aquele espaço minúsculo para fazer o tão esperado pedido. E não é que a ideia é boa? Vejam as fotos:
Above: In 2007, Will Norris got down on one knee in the very photobooth that marked his first date with girlfriend Elisabeth 18 months previous. As can be seen, she said yes.
Above: Keith Gaddis decided it to be the perfect proposal spot after remembering that he and girlfriend Barabara had a thing for photobooth pictures when they first dated. More backstory at Flickr.
Above: An excited Jenna Carlock reacts very positively to a surprise proposal. More important is that the dog is clearly delighted, in the first shot at least.
Above: A deliberately boring tour of four photobooths in 2007 ended with a surprise proposal from Michael Glasgow to his girlfriend Rhonda. It worked.
Above: The lovely story of Katie and Daniel’s proposal last year can be read at their website, here.
Above: David got down on one knee in a photobooth in Nashville when proposing to Ashley. A print even came out at the end that read “Will you marry me?” More here.
Above: A photobooth proposal in San Diego, by David Pond.
Above: Says Angela of the proposal, “These are the pictures from when we got engaged. I have no idea in frames one and two and am really confused in frame three (lets never make that face again!) and really surprised in frame four.”
Above: A lovely moment at City Museum, Missouri. The lucky lady explains all here.
Above: After having their photos taken in a booth, boyfriend Derek handed Melody the strips on the left, along with some he had previously posed for in secret, as seen on the right. She said yes.”