By Grace Wilson
March 31, 2017
As prom season approaches, many gain their excitement from dress shopping and picture planning, but promposals are all the rage these days! Boys, and girls, come up with the most creative and personalized way to ask their desired date to prom. See what original ways your fellow classmates have been asked to next weekends prom!
The letter above their head came all the way from Hogwarts to assist Tyler Ellison (12) in asking Grace Jolly-Knight (11) to prom. The Harry Potter themed promposal gave Grace no choice but to say yes!
Dane Rheinecker (12) felt grey-t after Greys Anatomy super fan Gabby Bratcher (9) accepted her personalized promposal! And of course the flowers helped seal the deal.
Rachel Cummings (12) asked her boyfriend Jacob Adams (2016) to accompany her to their third prom together in a way she knew he couldn't resist: superheros! How could a promposal get better than that?
Garrett Hamilton (11) sent Lily Resmondo (11) on a scavenger hunt around Knoxville that led her to his house, the spot of her promposal. Since he "stepped" up his game, she said yes!
Seth Armstrong (11) promposed to his girlfriend McKenzie England (11) and hit it out of the park. Of course she said yes; a baseball themed promposal sure is a catch!
Riley Thomas (12) asked mason jar and sweet tea enthusiast Kiley Palmer (12) to be his date to prom. Flowers and sweet tea is a promposal too good to tea-cline!
Max Bacon (11) promposed to Justice Williams (12) in appropriate fashion after the softball team's win against Carter. There was no doubt she would said yes; how could you pass up two wins in one night?