July 30 started like any other day for Alissa Haslam, but it ended as one she would never forget.

Because that's the day her parter, Jeanne, created the most magical proposal for her.

With the help of a nonprofit for youth democracy called Washington Bus, where Haslam serves as a board member, Jeanne assembled 60 of the couples' friends right outside her office in Seattle.

Significantly, Washington Bus was instrumental in the passage of Referendum 74, which legalized gay marriage in the state.

"I was pulled out of a meeting because of a 'disturbance' on the street," she wrote in the caption of the YouTube video. "Just the night before, we were talking about romance and I pretty much told her she wasn't romantic. I am eating crow...and will be for a long time."

Grab some tissues, and watch the video above to find out what she saw when she looked out the window.

And if this story leaves you wanting more proposal magic, check out this video of a Salt Lake City man proposing to his boyfriend with the most epic Home Depot flash mob.

H/T: Upworthy

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    Jack Potter with his diary of his 70 years of marriage to Phyllis. An elderly husband who has documented more than 70 years of happy times with his dementia wife in a diary now reads their stories to her to jog her memory. Jack Potter, 91, first wrote in his diary after meeting Phyllis, 93, at a dance in Strood, Kent, in 1941. Lovestruck Jack said he rushed home, aged 19, on the evening of October 4 and wrote in his journal: "Very nice evening. Danced with [a] very nice girl. Hope I meet her again." Since that date old romantic Jack has kept every keepsake in his diary, noting down of every dinner, holiday and conversation the couple have shared.

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    Jack and Phyllis Potter on their wedding day - February 20th 1943. An elderly husband who has documented more than 70 years of happy times with his dementia wife in a diary now reads their stories to her to jog her memory. Jack Potter, 91, first wrote in his diary after meeting Phyllis, 93, at a dance in Strood, Kent, in 1941. Lovestruck Jack said he rushed home, aged 19, on the evening of October 4 and wrote in his journal: "Very nice evening. Danced with [a] very nice girl. Hope I meet her again." Since that date old romantic Jack has kept every keepsake in his diary, noting down of every dinner, holiday and conversation the couple have shared.

  • The World's Most Devoted Husband

    Collect photo dated 1947 of Phyllis Potter. An elderly husband who has documented more than 70 years of happy times with his dementia wife in a diary now reads their stories to her to jog her memory. Jack Potter, 91, first wrote in his diary after meeting Phyllis, 93, at a dance in Strood, Kent, in 1941. Lovestruck Jack said he rushed home, aged 19, on the evening of October 4 and wrote in his journal: "Very nice evening. Danced with [a] very nice girl. Hope I meet her again." Since that date old romantic Jack has kept every keepsake in his diary, noting down of every dinner, holiday and conversation the couple have shared.

  • The World's Most Devoted Husband

    Pages of Jack Potter's diary from 18 October 1941. An elderly husband who has documented more than 70 years of happy times with his dementia wife in a diary now reads their stories to her to jog her memory. Jack Potter, 91, first wrote in his diary after meeting Phyllis, 93, at a dance in Strood, Kent, in 1941. Lovestruck Jack said he rushed home, aged 19, on the evening of October 4 and wrote in his journal: "Very nice evening. Danced with [a] very nice girl. Hope I meet her again." Since that date old romantic Jack has kept every keepsake in his diary, noting down of every dinner, holiday and conversation the couple have shared.

  • The World's Most Devoted Husband

    Jack and Phyllis Potter celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary at Copper Beeches care home, Sylewood Close, Rochester. An elderly husband who has documented more than 70 years of happy times with his dementia wife in a diary now reads their stories to her to jog her memory. Jack Potter, 91, first wrote in his diary after meeting Phyllis, 93, at a dance in Strood, Kent, in 1941. Lovestruck Jack said he rushed home, aged 19, on the evening of October 4 and wrote in his journal: "Very nice evening. Danced with [a] very nice girl. Hope I meet her again." Since that date old romantic Jack has kept every keepsake in his diary, noting down of every dinner, holiday and conversation the couple have shared.

  • The World's Most Devoted Husband

    Jack Potter reads to his wife Phyllis from his diary of their 70 years of marriage. An elderly husband who has documented more than 70 years of happy times with his dementia wife in a diary now reads their stories to her to jog her memory. Jack Potter, 91, first wrote in his diary after meeting Phyllis, 93, at a dance in Strood, Kent, in 1941. Lovestruck Jack said he rushed home, aged 19, on the evening of October 4 and wrote in his journal: "Very nice evening. Danced with [a] very nice girl. Hope I meet her again." Since that date old romantic Jack has kept every keepsake in his diary, noting down of every dinner, holiday and conversation the couple have shared.