“Everyone wants an amazing proposal that they can then put on Facebook and YouTube,” says Tiffany Wright, co-founder of a U.K.-based proposal planning service. Wright is currently planning a proposal expected to cost 250,000 British pounds. “It includes shutting down an entire town, 700 singers, a private jet and a celebrity appearance!”
In wake of the recent and very public proposals made at the Olympics, MEL Staff Writer John McDermott investigates a burgeoning new industry where getting down on one knee can cost more than saying ‘I do.’
Read the full story about the wedding proposal industrial complex here.
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