A Texas couple were in for an amazing surprise when they realized they had both planned to pop the question with identical proposals.
After a year of dating, Tori Monaco and Berkley Cade both believed it was time to take their relationship to the next level.
According to Buzzfeed News, the couple had met online and immediately knew their relationship was meant to last.
"We are each other's first same-sex relationship, so we were blown away by our ability to connect with each other immediately and find the happiness we had been looking for," Monaco said.
The senior at the University of Texas at Austin decided there wasn't a reason to wait and enlisted Cade's best friend to help her pick out an engagement ring. She then asked Cade's mother Kristy for advice on how to pop the question to the love of her life.
Little did she know, her partner had been planning the same surprise.
Cade, who is stationed in the Air Force in Texas, had also been consulting her mother on the perfect way to propose.
Kristy had told both the lovebirds their upcoming visit to Cade's family home in Seattle, Washington would be the perfect opportunity to propose. They agreed the grand gesture would take place during a game of Pictionary.
"[Kristy] said she was planning a fun game night already, so I could do it then so Berk wouldn't be suspicious," Monaco said. "I said great, I could incorporate it into charades, and she said how about Pictionary!"
Monaco said her future mother-in-law was the mastermind behind the pair's mutual proposal.