Plenty of couples all over the world travel to the most magical place on earth to pop the big question and get engaged. But what most (if not all) Disney-loving fans don't do is transform their relationship milestones into actual Disney movies, like one art director from London amazingly managed to do. According to the Huffington Post, "When Simone Golumb misses her home of Glasgow, Scotland, there's one thing that always makes her feel better: watching Disney movies."
So because of his girlfriend's obsession with the animated movie empire, Jason Shoffman came up with the most jaw-dropping proposal to end all other proposals. Seriously, it's THAT good. The soon-to-be fiancé convinced Golumb that she was simply attending a Disney art exhibition that he had designed, and at first glance that's exactly what it looked like. The first floor of the art studio was filled with still shots from Disney films and a short description of the photos found below.
But what really took our breath away is what was found in the basement. Lit candles glowed as spotlights focused in on Shoffman's greatest creation — movie posters donning every adorable picture the couple had taken in the form of his girlfriend's favorite Disney movies. He even changed the named "Disney" into "Goffy," which is a combination of the pair's two last names. Umm, where do we find men like this?!
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In the adorable YouTube video, Golumb inspects the artwork upstairs, and then heads down to see the most memorable exhibition she'll ever lay eyes on — a perfectly laid out love story. Her boyfriend creeps up behind her, gets down on one knee, and she excitedly accepts his proposal once she realizes what all of the artwork surrounding her represents. And his surprises didn't even end there! As the Huffington Post reports, Shoffman flew his now-fianceé's parents from Scotland to London, and they all celebrated in his mother's home.
"[Golumb] was telling the story of what happened to the room full of family we had there, and some had their phones out ready to capture her mum and dad coming in," Shoffman told the Huffington Post. "She even said, 'why is everyone looking at me funny?' and then her mum and dad knocked on the outside window from the garden and she started crying in disbelief."
Men, it's going to be really hard to top this one. Congrats you lovebirds!