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Promposals raise prom invitations to new levels of creativity

Mike Fiore, a junior at Niskayuna High School, used candles to "prompose" to his girlfriend, Abbey Buttacavoli.
Mike Fiore, a junior at Niskayuna High School, used candles to "prompose" to his girlfriend, Abbey Buttacavoli.
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Gone are the days of awkwardly blurting, “Will you go to the prom with me?” Invitations to the iconic spring dance have turned into all-out productions. Think banners, balloons and custom-crafted foods. Think glitter glue. Now there’s even a term for the big ask: “promposal.” Search that hashtag on social media and you’ll find post after post by teens who have put their creative prom invitations out there for all to see. These stories also ...


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