A gender reveal party turned deadly after a small plane nosedived and killed the pilot in front of cheering guests - who were oblivious to the tragedy that unfolded above their heads.
The happy couple were celebrating their pregnancy with family and friends in Sinaloa, Mexico, and hired a small jet to fly past and dump either pink or blue colored powder to indicate the gender of their baby.
As the plane approached the mom and dad-to-be, who were standing next to an 'Oh baby' sign, it released pink smoke from its fuselage - indicating they would be having a daughter.
Shrills and cheers of joy erupted as the loved-up couple kissed beneath the pink residue on September 2.
But in the same moment, the Piper PA-25-235 Pawnee aircraft suddenly shot upwards, rotating on its side as one of its wings collapsed mid-air.
The aircraft continued to spiral out of control, past the palm trees in the background of the couple's idyllic moment in the town of San Pedro, Sinaloa.
Before realizing the tragedy that had occurred, the couple continued to embrace while family members congratulated them.
Luis Angel N., 32, was the pilot and the only person in the small plane, local media reports. He was found lying in the rubble after the crash.