Celebrate PRIDE With The Flashmob Wedding Proposal That Stole The Hearts Of Millions!
It was love at first JoyRide! JoyRide Cycling Instructor Adam Keller, planned a top-secret flashmob cycling class proposal, where he asked his boyfriend and fellow JoyRide Instructor, Jared Marinelli, to marry him... but little did he know that would SPIN their lives upside down! The video went viral with millions of views and launched this couple into stardom with their digital series Joy STORY!
22 Marriage Proposals That Will Make You Believe In True Love
Break out the tissues.
Adam and Jared, now known as "Team Jadam," first met when Adam arrived at JoyRide's Ridgefield, Connecticut studio, looking for an instructor job. Jared was responsible for training Adam, and they instantly connected. It only took a week for Adam and Jared to go on their first official date. As Adam likes to say, "It was love at first JoyRide!"
Adam & Jared- After the Viral Flash Mob Proposal- A New Real Time Series!
After the success of their flashmob proposal, Jared and Adam let us into their lives in this new series, where we follow their experiences until their wedding day.
Flash forward and Adam & Jared are just months away from their big WEDDING day on September 9th, 2017!
After Jared said yes to Adam, the couple went full speed ahead for planning the wedding of the year and HooplaHa was there through it all!
In case you've missed the sneak peek of the wedding venue and need to know who's going to be in Adam & Jared's wedding party, you can see that here!
For Adam & Jared, Choosing A Wedding Party Was Very Challenging
Adam and Jared speak about the difficulties of picking the people to be in their wedding party.
OMG, This Joy Story Wedding Location Is To Die For!
Adam Keller surprised his partner Adam Keller with a flashmob proposal during spin class. Now, they've found the perfect wedding venue...
We also have exclusive details of when Adam & Jared set the wedding budget for the wedding of the year!
Does Love Always Conquer All When It Comes To Money?
From their bump in the road when they almost called off the wedding to every step of their wedding planning, HooplaHa has been here through it all! In case you've missed anything and want to catch up visit http://www.hooplaha.com/Series---Joy-Story/.
And keep your eyes peeled for their upcoming wedding shower video premiering on hooplaha.com in a few weeks. Can't wait that long? Tune into HooplaHa's Facebook page on Sunday, June 25th as Adam & Jared take on NYC's Pride. How are you celebrating pride?
They're Celebrating Pride This Weekend In NYC. How Are You Celebrating?
This HooplaHa original video was produced by Tracy Chevrier, shot and edited by Johnny Perez. To see more good news, follow us on Facebook and sign up for our Only Good News Newsletter.
Victoria Gouletas sensibly waited until after a Nor'easter had passed through their Connecticut town before venturing out to check for damage to her family's home. What she could not have expected was that a tree limb, weakened by the storm, would suddenly fall on her, forever altering the course of life for her and her family.
It was just one of thousands of new videos that are posted every day... but this one was different. Quickly, the story shifted into high gear and exploded as most viral videos do. It swept across the globe - 50,000… 300,000 … 1,000,000+ views - and overnight, Adam and Jared were social media stars.
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