Nataliyia Lavryshyn was enjoying a typical date night with her boyfriend, Josh Ogle, when the music started to play.
Ogle was proposing.
"I didn't realize what was happening until I finally grabbed the ring and put it on my finger," Lavryshyn recalled.
But the ring was just the beginning. After the proposal, Ogle swept off his bride-to-be in a vintage car, and the pair went to a high-end restaurant where they were feted by a celebrity chef. They finished by jetting off to Europe for a post-proposal celebration.
"It's very much in my character and, I think, in our relationship, for me to try to do things that are goofy and clever and catch her by surprise," Ogle said.
Proposals are getting bigger and better; simply getting down on bended knee to pop the question now seems to be a thing of the past.
"With the advent of social media, things like Facebook and YouTube, guys are thinking outside the box," said Sarah Pease, a New York City-based marriage proposal and engagementRead More »from Groom-to-Be Spends $45,000 on Marriage Proposal