Cute Moment a Woman Hid below Deck on Yacht to Capture Her Sister's Engagement
A caring sister hid in the yacht's bottom deck during an older sibling's engagement to capture the moment. The bride-to-be was in awe when she found out what her sister had done.
To capture Daniel proposing to her older sister Alice, Adelle Cerna rigged up a scheme to wait for the couple on a boat trip off the coast of Adelaide. Cerna and Daniel's plan slipped through Alice's notice.
Through TikTok videos, Cerna walked her followers through the process of how she managed to snap the perfect moment during Alice and Daniel's special day back in November.
When Cerna finally manages to make it onto the yacht, she peers out the window of the lower cabin in an attempt to catch a glimpse of the scene as the boat makes its way out to sea.
While Alice and Daniel dance and drink champagne on the top deck, Cerna entertains herself by dancing, trying to listen in on the conversations through the door, and playing with her fingers.
Daniel finally comes down to the lower deck to get the ring and a letter. Cerna and Daniel embrace enthusiastically before the latter returns upstairs to Alice for the romantic proposal.
Cerna concludes the video by filming herself enjoying a glass of champagne on the bottom deck.
Cerna then peeks her head out of the cabin door just as Daniel comes down on one knee and presents Alice with an engagement ring. Thrilled, Alice announces "yes" and clings to her face, weeping happily.
Slowly, they dance on the spot as they embrace. Suddenly, Alice's romantic moment is shattered by laughter as she turns around and sees Cerna behind the camera lens, perched above the cabin door.
In related news, a Texan photographer named Valerie Contreras recently captured a beautiful marriage proposal in San Francisco. All of the emotions and joy of the moment are evoked in her photos.
"It was honestly such a genuine and feel-good moment watching the proposal happen," the photographer explained in an interview with KTVU. "They both looked so happy and in love."
Contreras captured the moment for a short while with her zoom lens because she and her friends were quite far away from the twosome. The 20-year-old never tried to contact the couple.