If you’re making your wedding proposal a public spectacle, you gotta be pretty confident what the answer is gonna be! Luckily, all the proposals below have happy endings.
We’re spotlighting some of our favorite gay flash mob wedding proposals from recent years — you know, back when large gatherings weren’t verboten. Watch the clips, and get ready to weep alongside the fiancés and fiancées!
Spencer & Dustin
Spencer brought new meaning to the term lumbersexual with his Home Depot flash mob, which has racked up nearly 14 million YouTube views.
Ronnie & Dennis
Dennis looks wowed by the dancing in this clip, but it isn’t until his friends and family parade in to the tune of “This Is Me” that the tears start flowing.
Mike & Angelo
We’re just Gaga for this flash mob, another one heavy on the waterworks!
Chris & Clay
These two Broadway actors got engaged after a flash mob danced to a truly “ridiculous” song from Disney’s Descendants.
Pawel & Antoine
Pawel and Antoine’s engagement started in the middle of Times Square… and they were wearing matching plaids, no less!
Kyra & Dani
Kyra wrote in the YouTube caption that she knew on their first date that she would someday pop the question to Dani, and her proposal certainly didn’t disappoint.
Mark & Yuval
Yuval thought this spontaneous dance routine was just a random NYC moment… until his beau joined in on the choreography.
Aaron & Chris
Technically, this flash mob came just after the proposal, but just look and those production values!
Queerty Ever After