Whether it’s strangers with roses, flash mob dancers or a surprise on a yacht, Singaporean guys have gone above and beyond to make their proposals a memorable one.
But the days of viral marriage proposals in Singapore have somehow declined over the last two years, with the conversation switching to men skipping the whole ordeal and using a Build-To-Order (BTO) home application in its place.
With Singaporean guys getting a bad rep over this, one Johnathan Chua has taken it upon himself to prove that marriage proposals are not just about the BTO.
Watch how the day went below.
Chua and his girlfriend had been dating for 8 years before he surprised her at a church amongst her family and friends.
Under the pretence that there was a music video being filmed at the place of worship, Chua then grabs his guitar and begins singing a song he wrote for the occasion.
Chua also enlisted the help of Josh Wei, an artiste at Audio Technica and musical director for Gentle Bones, to provide string accompaniment for the occasion, while a children’s choir from the Singapore Show Choir Academy gave a vocal boost towards the end.
Much to the delight of loved ones and the relief of the future groom, the bride-to-be said ‘yes’ – I mean, how could one not after being played a song specially written for you?
I think that smile says it all.
Maximum effort, bro! (Thanks for spoiling market)
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