On one occasion at Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament, outside of Chicago, I helped a guy propose to his intended bride as well.
I was doing a chop cup routine with an engraved R&T Chop Cup. His intended was the person I was working to out of the large crowd at the 10' diameter table in the Hall of Arms (which is NOT off of the Coat Room of Legs or the Kitchenette of Ankles!).
At the conclusion of the routine, I had her tap the cup with the wand and make a wish.
When I lifted the cup, there was a ring box (supplied by the guy, obviously).
I looked at her for a moment and said, "Sorry, dear, I'm already taken. I think this belonged to HIM," pointing to her soon-to-be fiance, "but now,"
He chimed in right on cue, "It belongs to you, if you'll have me!"
She said "YES," and the crowd went wild!
Gotta love working for romantics, even if it WAS a medieval, not Romance period setting!
Lee Darrow, C.Ht. http://www.leedarrow.com