Bridal show model gets surprise of life from boyfriend at end of runway

Posted at 2:30 PM, Jan 06, 2015

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – It’s what every hopeless romantic dreams of: a marriage proposal in front of all your friends when you least expect it.

During Monday night’s Kohler Expo’s Winter Bridal Fashion Show of West Michigan at the Grand Rapids Art Museum, one of the models got the surprise of her life.

Her boyfriend met her at the end of the runway with a ring in hand.

Of course, first things first, she said yes!

Stephanie Hino was modeling one of those bridal gowns when she became a future bride herself.

When Sin Chun decided to propose to his girlfriend, he knew nothing would catch her off guard like waiting for her at the end of the runway during the 2015 Bridal Fashion Show. ne-003tu_cnna-st1-10000000027b2311-1280x720_3000k-1-thumb

“Wouldn’t it be cool if I proposed to her while she’s walking down the aisle,” Chun said.

Saving the moment for the end of the show, with the music as his cue, Chun made his move.

Stephanie said, at first, she didn’t know exactly what her boyfriend was doing interrupting her fashion show.

“I was like comfortable because I was nervous walking down and then I saw him and I was like, ‘Oh I’m walking towards something,’ then I was like, ‘Why does he keep moving,'” Hino said.

Then the moment came; a moment no one in the room will forget anytime soon.

“I love you so much. I waited all my life for you. Baby you look awesome, gorgeous. Would you marry me?” Chun asked.

With the wedding spirit in the air, the future bride and groom took in their special moment.

The couple has been dating for about 14 months.

The surprise couldn’t have been pulled off without the help of the fashion show organizers, who actually came up with the idea.

By Troy Campbell