Man Stages Incredible 'Beauty And The Beast' Proposal At Disney World
But let it officially be known that we are lying. WE WANT THIS, and we do not care how sickening it is.
Paul Rivera planned the perfect proposal for his Disney loving girlfriend and it was actually magical.
When the groom-to-be's girlfriend, Ada Sulbaran, 28, told him she and her family go to Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween event every year, they decided to plan their own trip to Disney World.
Knowing her favourite Disney movie is Beauty and the Beast, the 27-year-old made dinner reservations at the park's restaurant themed on the 1991 movie and contacted the owners to make some special arrangements back in May.
When it came to their trip in September, Paul had the whole thing planned out.
He had Ada dress up as Beauty while he dressed as the human version of the Beast, and they went on a tour around the castle, with their families in tow.
Paul then lead Ada into the jaw-dropping room and took her hand for a dance. Having practiced the waltz previously, Ada bowed to initiate the iconic dance from the film.
The duo glided and spun across the room, while Ada laughed: "You're so extra!" to her beau.
Finally, as the dance came to an end, Paul got down on one knee and presented an engagement ring box.
The proposal clearly didn't come as a surprise to Ada (well it's not every day you get waltzed around Disney World dressed at Belle) who immediately said 'yes'.
The couple then shared a kiss and family and restaurant employees cheered for the happy couple.
"She was just shocked throughout the whole dance and the moments afterwards," said Paul. "I'm so blessed to have her and there's no better feeling in the world than that."
Explaining his inspiration for the proposal, he went on: "Beauty and the Beast has always been her favourite Disney movie and she was telling me in the beginning of the year that she has been going to Mickey's not-so-scary Halloween Party every year with her family.
"I found out that Disney has a restaurant that looked exactly like Beauty and the Beast so I decided to have dinner there with her."
He added: "I wanted it to be a private occasion so I called and emailed Disney about 50 times until I finally was able to get a hold of someone who works with the people at the restaurant.
"We started practicing the waltz because I told her that one day when we were married I would like to do a waltz as our first dance, little did she know it was actually for our engagement.
"I was extremely nervous, the whole time I was hoping that everything would go okay; that my mom would know how to use my camera because we had been practicing for a few weeks before her hands to get her ready.
"The one thing I wasn't nervous about was her saying yes."
The couple don't have a date for their wedding yet, but Paul hopes they'll be wed in the near future.
"We're thinking either this December that way we can have all our family come when they're here for the holidays or in March.
"We wanted to do a Disney wedding but it was a bit out of our price range so we're just going to do it themed, we just don't want it to seem too cartoon."
Don't pretend you don't want this exact proposal, too.
Excuse us while we 'accidentally' leave this playing on our boyfriend's laptop.
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