A new trend, called promposals, have raises prom invitations to new levels of creativity among local high school students. Posted on April 14, 2014.
Ian Kirkpatrick of Queensbury High School used ski equipment to spell out a prom invitation to girlfriend Mikayla Cote.
This edible prom invitation was delivered to Academy of the Holy Names student Elizabeth Bennett by her boyfriend Max Flatow.
A before and after shot of the shirt Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake junior Kerry Van Sickle received as a prom invitation. She was instructed to wash the shirt to find out who wanted to be her prom date. Once she did, all of the names on it disappeared except for one.
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, poses with girlfriend Abbey Buttacavoli.
Dylan Orlando, of Scotia-Glenville high school, used a jumptron to ask a date to prom.
Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School junior Justin Andolina with his prom invite.