There are small and intimate proposals, there are grand and public proposals, and then there are proposals so huge that you can see them from an airplane. Devin Huber chose to go big with an epic crop circle marriage proposal for his girlfriend.
Huber popped the question by scrawling "Marry Me" in his family's wheat field in Au Gres, Mich. It took him 24-hours to plow the 15 by 80 feet wide letters into the field.
Conveniently, Huber has a pal who's a pilot. The friend took Huber and his now fiance, Lisa Marshall, up in his plane. Huber told Marshall that they were just going on a "site-seeing tour" and even flew her over his hometown of West Branch, Mich.
Then, he surprised her by flying over his crop circle proposal. Next, Huber bent down on one knee to formally asked Marshall for her hand in marriage. Lucky for him, Marshall accepted the proposal and said yes!
According to WMEN, they even took a little fly-over to signal to their parents that they were in fact engaged.
Talk about a grand proposal! We're not sure how anyone can top that.