Santa Claus Helps Guy Pull Off Surprise Marriage Proposal

BoerneBrokerPublished: December 18, 201718,189 views
Published: December 18, 2017

It must hard for guys to figure out how their girl would like to be proposed to. What if she doesn’t want people to see her bawling her eyes out, slobbering while struggling to say “yes”? What if she declines out of excitement?

Every girl dreams of the way she will get proposed to. Some like pomp and circumstance, hearts and turtle doves, people to see that they were finally chosen to be someone’s mate for life. Others would like nothing more that the event to happen in a private setting, just them and their beloved, because it is the most romantic thing in the world.

Getting proposed to has to be memorable, right? That is why every guy in history has made some kind of attempt to create the perfect opportunity to propose to the girl of his life. But if you ask us, there is nothing more romantic than keeping the whole thing in the family, especially if you do it with a little help of the Big Man himself, Santa Claus.

Josh was spending Christmas Day with his girlfriend Morgan’s family. They had a big feast planned, with a little surprise visit from Santa. When the Big Man showed up to the house, every kid present was beyond excited to see him, because he brought two huge bags filled with presents for every last one of them. He calls each kid by their name, giving them a huge Santa hug in the process. But then, one last gift box is left in the bag, but it isn’t for just any kid, it is for Morgan.

She gets up from her place at the dinner table, takes her gift from Santa with a huge question mark above her head and turns to get back to her seat, but Josh is there as well. He asks her to stay behind and open her gift in front of everybody.

When a big red ring box pops out and Jоsh bends the knee, every single female present at the diner screams at the top of their lungs, because why not? It is the best thought out marriage proposal we have seen so far!

Filmed in San Antonio, Texas

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