What better way to pop the question than with a dozen cute toddlers?
Trigero, a preschool teacher in Reno, Nevada, showed up to work on November 3, assuming it would be like any other Friday. Little did she know, however, that her fiancé, coworkers and students had something very special planned for her. That school day, Trigero said she was called into her boss's office at the Child and Family Research Center at the University of Nevada-Reno preschool for a "performance review." When she left the meeting and walked outside, she was greeted by her kneeling fiancé along with her class of 2-and-3-year-olds holding a banner that read, "Sara, Say Yes!"
“My boss pretended like I had a meeting with her to talk about my performance,” she explained to ABC News. “While I went out and had my meeting, they set up everything outside. But it wasn’t a real meeting at all. It was totally pretend. Right when I walked out the doors, I saw them.”
She added, “I was so overwhelmed. I’ve never been surprised like that in my life. I was expecting a normal day and it was so much more than that.”
Photographer Lauren Guffey captured the sweet moment on camera, and the moody autumn day made for the perfect backdrop. Trigero revealed that she later found out her co-teacher had been in on the surprise the entire time.
"Everything went according to plan,” Knecht said. He also credited his bride-to-be's coworkers for helping him pull off his master plan.
“The kids were great too,” he added. “Very helpful and fun.”