My marriage proposal was interrupted by a singer… idk how to feel
Alright so, I 25M proposed to my gf 29F last night at a restaurant/bar last night. So… as I kneeled down and opened the ring box, as soon as she said yes…
One singer/emcee ran to us and took the ring box and took us to the stage, and made an announcement… and then around 2 minutes later, she finally gave me the ring box and I proceeded to kneel to her again and she said yes, everyone was applauding.
it was a happy moment yea, but somehow our memory is forever with the singer interrupting us to make my proposal more public?
I don’t know how to feel lol, I somehow feel angry for her interrupting and making us remember that interruption forever… honestly my feelings are all mixed right now.
Any thoughts and advices anyone please? I love you all I need external perspective to make me feel better or something.
- Your feelings are valid. There is nothing wrong with feeling the way you do.
When you propose in public, you run the risk of being interrupted, having strangers involve themselves, being drowned out by the noise around you, and etc.
It was a thing. It happened. The important thing is she said “Yes”. TWICE! And you had done your best to make it romantic, so good on you.
I’ve had four marriage proposals in my life and not a single one of them was romantic. No man went down on his knee for me. So… it could have been worse! lol
- Give it time and it will be a funny story that you can share with other people, because it’s less boring than ‘I kneeled in a restaurant and she said yes’. You can’t turn it back anyways. Congratulations btw!
- I mean that’s the risk you run when you decide to make a private proposal in a public setting. To be blunt, if you wanted a private uninterrupted moment with your fiance, then do it somewhere private. If you’re in a bar that also has live music. Someone is going to take notice and make it more public.
It’s not like the singer ruined the moment, she said yes, that is ALL that should matter to you. Now you have a story to tell everyone about your proposal. There is nothing you should be upset about at all.