Late last year, one of our customers came to us with an unusual proposal for a proposal.

Here is the Seattle Times story of that New Year’s Eve proposal.

To find the story amongst the various proposal stories, skip ahead to the section with the heading For the love of puzzles.”

“We started the puzzle room, and it was high stress as we tried to solve all of the puzzles on time. Toward the end, the clues started becoming very specific to things I knew about, like solving a Rubik’s Cube, references to my favorite movies and books, that sort of thing. I was, just like the beginning of our relationship, very oblivious to what was happening. When I opened the last safe, there was a ring box in it. I opened it, thinking it was another clue, but then I turned around. Joe was kneeling there, and he asked me to marry him. It was the perfect prize at the end of the puzzle.”

— Cassidy Williams