I have a funny engagement story...when my hubbie proposed to me I thought he was joking around and told him to cut it out and get up...yeah in front of a restaurant full of people! (I will never live that one down-lol) But this story takes the cake for engagement stories!
The couple from Tasmania, known only as Anna and Terry, had been dating for a year when Terry gave Anna a handmade necklace carved from Tasmanian Huon Pine to celebrate their anniversary, ABC News reports.
But it wasn’t an ordinary necklace – inside it was her engagement ring.
“I had always loved the idea of giving someone a gift where they didn’t know its true value until years later,” Terry told ABC News. “She wore it every day, and everywhere we went, and pretty much never took it off.”
Completely aloof as to what the necklace truly held. Anna never once took it off, although, Terry does admit that there were a few close calls that made him nervous.
Then last November the couple travelled to Smoo Cave in Durness, Scotland, a place that had been on the couple’s “bucket list” of places they wanted to visit, BBC News says.
After setting up his camera in front of the cave and telling Anna to stand for a picture, Terry came into the frame and had convinced Anna to take off the necklace.
That’s when he broke the necklace open and revealed the ring and proposed, all while capturing the moment on camera.