You Don't Know Peak Engagement Excitement Until You've Seen This Woman's Roller Coaster Ring Selfie

It's no surprise this photo has since gone viral

Updated 07/10/18

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You've unwillingly seen it all splashed across your social media feeds—the beach ring selfie, the mountaintop ring selfie, the selfie with the beaming fiancé in the background, and even the occasional ring selfie in front of the Eiffel Tower. But, it's safe to assume you've never seen anything quite like this couple's Disney World roller coaster ring selfie, and it's one that's definitely worthy of a double tap.

Sure, Disney World seems like another pretty standard spot to pop the question and snap a pic, but bride-to-be Sonni Nicolette has forever upped the ante on the engagement ring photo game. After her fiancé, Jordan Williams, proposed in front of the park's most picturesque spot—Cinderella's castle (duh)—the pair posed for a few photos to flaunt their new engagement status before hitting the popular Space Mountain ride (this is where it gets good).

In a series of photos that Nicolette posted to Twitter July 7, the last one shows the newly betrothed couple on board the roller coaster ride (taken by an on-ride camera). In the snapshot, Nicolette, sporting red polka dot Minnie Mouse ears, perfectly timed her reaction as the ride plummeted down the hill. With her left hand raised in the air, she pointed with her opposite hand to her new bridal bling, while donning the most boastful smirk you'll ever lay eyes on.

Williams' pose also helped make this snippet (naturally) go viral. The future groom, seated next to Nicolette, is the face of pure terror, mouth ajar and eyes wide open. The two unassuming men seated in front of the couple, striking a "Wakanda Forever" pose, are also a pretty nice touch to the photo, as well.

"I SAID YES!!! I can’t wait to marry my best friend💘💍," Nicolette captioned the tweet, which has currently garnered over 28,000 retweets and 140,000 likes. Twitter users were also quick to add their own reactions to the Space Mountain photo.

On another note, Nicolette also tweeted a separate photo of just her ring (while rocking the most bridal-worthy manicure, we might add), which features a cushion-cut center stone with a unique thick, swirled halo. All in all, seems this pair's Disney trip was quite the success.

Future brides, take note—Nicolette has set the bar high for all upcoming engagement ring photos with this perfectly planned (or not, on Williams's part) roller coaster ring selfie. It might take an actual trip to space to top this one.

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