Who said couples on Tinder could not have a happy ending?
Meet Danielle Roesch and Josh Schmitz.
Both 29, Roesch and Schmitz met on Tinder app in October 2014. Schmitz saw her profile picture and dropped a comment that alluded to the beauty of the view of Chicago’s Lake Michigan.
Two years later, on that same spot, Schmitz proposed to Roesch in the most endearing way.
Schmitz told TODAY how he prepared for the big question. He talked about how he looked for creative ways to ask the proposal. Finally, he wanted it to become memorable, something Roesch can look back and remember with a smile.
He came upon the idea of filming random short clips every day for a year. He commissioned a friend to help him out in the process.
It was a tough project to pull through. Considering that he and Roesch almost lived together and traveled a lot.
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Roesch admitted she did not suspect nor expect any proposal of this scale. She described how her friend invited her to visit Chicago’s Adler Planetarium on Aug. 19. Well, it turns out there’s no such place.
She was very surprised to see a large video screen near Lake Michigan. She and 50 others, family and friends, were watching the 30-minute video and towards the end, the question popped.
Roesch, teary-eyed and all-smiles, said yes.
Roesch and Schmitz are planning to tie the knot in 2017. Check out clips of their video here.
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