In a scene that could only be filed under "the most Louisiana thing ever," a newly-engaged bride-to-be experienced a Mardi Gras moment that will be etched in her memory forever.

The heartwarming scene took place in Houma, Louisiana, as revealed in a series of TikTok videos by the user @chevygirl225, who found herself at the center of this unforgettable moment. As she recounted the epic day through her posts, it became clear that this was not going to be another ordinary parade experience for her.

Riding atop a Mardi Gras float, the future bride was initially puzzled by the unusual calm among the crowd as she neared her family's location on the route. The absence of the usual scramble for beads and throws, even by her own children, was the first hint that something out of the ordinary was going on. The choice of Bruno Mars’ “Marry You” playing on repeat added to her bewilderment, as the song struck her as an odd selection for a float party.

It wasn't until she noticed her fellow float riders' reactions, who were already in on the surprise, that she began to sense something special was happening. The moment of realization came when she saw her children holding up signs that read “Mom, Will you Marry Mr. JoJo?” - a proposal from her boyfriend, now fiancé, waiting below on one knee along the parade route.

Her reaction, jumping up and down with excitement, was matched by the crowd's enthusiastic response as they witnessed the proposal unfold. This Mardi Gras parade soon turned into a celebration of love, creating a memory that the couple and all who witnessed it are unlikely to forget.

The proposal quickly captured the hearts of TikTok users, with the bride-to-be’s videos garnering nearly 3 million views and an outpouring of congratulations in the comments. The mix of Mardi Gras with an unforgettable personal milestone moment in life is pretty much as good as it gets.

Congrats to the newly-engaged couple and happy Mardi Gras!

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