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Fairytale marriage proposal costs developer Dh1m

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Feb. 26, 17 | 8:50 am

When we love someone, we always want to go the extra mile to show our love. But this man in Dubai has simply raised the bar extremely higher.
An unidentified property developer in Dubai spent a whopping Dh1 million, to pop the question to his fiancee, The Independent reported.
The company that planned the expensive proposal, The Proposers said that the original cost was £150,000 (Dh691,000). A celebrity appearing during the wedding proposal however upped the price tag by an extra £70,000 (Dh322,000), the report said.
The founder of the company was also quoted in the report as saying: “I spent about £20,000 just on the flowers.” She also goes into detail as why the proposal cost so much.
The proposal saw the couple taking a yacht holiday to the Mediterranean before taking a helicopter ride to a hotel in Monaco. They then walked to a garden filled with small notes containing reasons why the man loved his partner so much. This was followed by a live jazz band where the man popped the question – it wasn’t over at that moment however, said the news portal.
The couple then walked into a cave where a makeshift cinema was set up. In the cinema, they watched a video containing greetings from their friends and family.
A celebrity also made an appearance in the video. After that, they had a dinner surrounded by flowers. At the end of it all, their family and friends showed up at the location to celebrate with the newly-engaged couple, reported Khaleej Times.

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