Wedding Proposal Flashmob Clapham Common

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London Flashmob Wedding Proposal

In June, Steve contacted us asking if we could make a truly unforgettable scenario for him to propose to his fiancee Gabrielle. They’d been together for four years and London’s Clapham Common was a special place for them. They both live in Dubai and planned on coming back to the UK in July to see family and friends. Steve had much bigger plans so we helped organise a very special London flashmob wedding proposal.

Best ever flashmob proposal

Every element of the proposal had meaning. The yellow outfits captured Gabrielle’s bright personality, the pineapples represented her favourite fruit and her dog was the ring bearer which made the whole day something to remember.

The TopSecret team choreographed some basic steps for friends and family to learn via video tutorial. They performed after our superb dancers surprised Gabrielle. Their friends & family travelled from all over the country and from abroad to be there. Her father even flew in from Egypt for the big day – you’ll see how much that meant to her.

London flashmob wedding proposalSpecial Music

After getting into position, the performance started with one of Gabrielle’s idols Beyonce. As the dancers performed Crazy in Love, Gabrielle caught on pretty quickly what was happening. Then Steve blew her away with Coldplays’ Sky Full of Stars, this was when over 25 family and friends appeared from behind sending Gabrielle wild. The song was packed full of meaning as it was written about people’s unconditional love and Steve wanted that to come across. The final song, which saw Steve drop to one knee was the beautiful music of Labyrinth & Emeli Sande, a song that Steve and Gabrielle sung to each other as they watched it live in Brixton.

Clapham Common Wedding Proposal FlashmobIt was hard to hold back the tears. We think Steve did pretty well and we wish them a very happy engagement and future together.

If you’d like the TopSecret team to organise a London flashmob wedding proposal for your loved one then get in touch – we really do make good things happen.

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