"I proposed by getting his best friend to bring him to Penn Station to meet another friend," Luther told OutBuzz. "When we walked into Penn Station, I had a five-person Mariachi band playing hi favourite song and had him walking down the long staircase of the Penn Station rotunda. Then I got down on one knee and asked if he would marry me as we were both crying tears of joy." Luther explains that the whole station seemed to stop and watch the proposal. "We had about 20 friends there to support us. And then the entire flow of Penn Station seemed to stop to take in this beautiful moment when there is so much darkness surrounding us right now."
Got to Penn Station and witnessed a guy propose to his Mexican boyfriend while a mariachi band played and sang and I am weeping. pic.twitter.com/TdsZyuhWyR— Ellie Hall (@ellievhall) November 10, 2016
According to OutBuzz, the Mariachi band serenaded the couple with 'El Milagro en Tus Ojos,' which translates to 'the miracle in your eye.' Despite the proposal happening just days after the election, Luther explained that the results didn't factor into his decision. "The election didn't influence our decision to get married. The proposal was planned already for today. But it took on a whole new meaning after the results of the election." You can watch the adorable proposal below: More stories: What will a Trump presidency mean for LGBT people? Lady Gaga isn’t taking Donald Trump’s election victory lying down
This quintessential NYC love story ends w/ the newly-engaged couple and their families + friends at the restaurant that isn't TGI Fridays. pic.twitter.com/KUHvBN5k2f— Ellie Hall (@ellievhall) November 10, 2016