A pair of high school seniors took their prom night to the next level by getting engaged.
Dawson Moore said he knew prom night would be the perfect occasion to propose to his high school sweetheart, Amber Brownlee, whom he's been dating since freshman year.
Before heading to their school's prom on April 21 inside Bell County Expo Center, the two teens and their families headed to a scenic location to take a few pre-prom photographs.
What Brownlee would learn later was that the photo shoot, led by Moore's sister and photographer, Hope Johns, was actually setting the stage for their proposal.
Johns pretended to be photographing a tattoo on Brownlee's back. That's when Moore's mother told Brownlee, "They want you to turn around," the future bride recalled. "And I turned around and I was in complete shock."
The two plan to have a long engagement before getting married in 2020. Right now, both Moore and Brownlee are busy preparing for life after high school. Both will attend college locally in the fall.