Every nervous guy want his proposal to go off without a hitch — don't lose the ring, make it meaningful, and hope she says yes. Groom-to-be Levy wanted all of that and then some when he proposed to his long-distance girlfriend of three years, Tiffany, so he took 17 months to plan the perfect day. The outcome? A video of the lead-up to his romantic proposal, showing every carefully-thought-out component.
Tiffany flew out to California to visit Levy, whom she met outside the Rose Bowl stadium in Pasadena, ostensibly to attend a military event for his father. Instead, as the video (filmed by Candlelight Films) shows, she has a day of fun, starting with a surprise visit from her sister and her best friend. The girls get primped, and jump into a limo, only to find even more friends waiting inside. Levy made sure that Tiffany got a new note every step of the way, to give her another little hint of what was to come next.
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At her nail appointment and shopping spree, more friends and family surprise the ecstatic Tiffany. By the time she takes off her blindfold to meet up with her future fiancé on the football field, she's overcome with emotion.
The professional video captures Levy's excitement at proposing, but, more importantly, his attention to how symbolic the day was. His entire motive was to make Tiffany feel like a queen, and we'd say he succeeded! Our favorite moment? His emotional proposal, during which he calls Tiffany the best person he knows, his best friend, and promises to never stop loving her.
It's obvious why it took a full 17 months to plan out this event — it involved a ton of travel, coordination (their families met for the first time that night), and attention to detail. Is it any wonder that Tiffany said yes? Watch and enjoy!