It’s another Bachelor Nation success story.
You will be extremely delighted to know that Raven Gates and Adam Gottschalk are engaged. Both of them announced their engagement on Sunday on Instagram. The man proposed to his lady on May 31st.
Both Gates and Gottschalk happily shared their news on their respective Instagram accounts. Both of them were extremely happy and proud of their engagement and thus shared several photos from their proposal story.
“I’m keeping you forever and for always We will be together all of our days Wanna wake up every morning to your sweet face…Always,” by Gates
Some of the wonderful photos also included Gottschalk went down on his knees and popped the million dollar question to Raven. Raven was also extremely excited in showing off her engagement ring to the world.
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Lovestruck them on the sets of Bachelor in Paradise. Raven 27 met Gottschalk 29 and thus the duo started romancing together.
Even the Bachelor Nation was extremely ecstatic on hearing this news and thus Blake Hortsmann wrote “OMG Yasss! Congrtsss”.
Jason Tartickadded, “This post just actually gave me goosebumps, congrats guys! So happy for you!”
Krystal Nielson, who has her ownBachelor in Paradiselove story, commented, “Omg!!!!! So HAPPY FOR YOU!!!!!!!!”
Gottschalk shared how he planned the entire proposal story.
“We started out the day Friday having a photo shoot for her online boutique in Dallas. We were taking photos for her store and then we got to the rooftop of the W to keep shooting. She thought it was a normal shoot day,” he shared. “We were at the helicopter pad on the roof and Raven had roses in her hand. She was throwing the petals up for cute photos.”
“She did a few practice runs and then the videographer slipped me the ring and once she threw the petals up, I got down on one knee. I blacked out, but I got everything out that I wanted. I legitimately broke down and cried. It took me 30 seconds to pull it together. After I saw the video that the videographer made, I was sobbing for hours.”
Gottschalk also got their families involved and all of them went for dinner at the end of the day. And later when the newly engaged couple returned home
“It was a great feeling to be done,” he shared. “There were months and months of planning. After dinner, we came home and there were pictures of us leading up the staircase of our house and roses for us. It was nice to disconnect for a few days and enjoy the engagement to ourselves.”