New reports indicate that Zach Galifianakis has asked longtime girlfriend Mary Quinn Lundberg to marry him.
Moreover, the 42-year-old comedian and his fiancée have already set the wedding date for Aug. 11, according to Celebuzz.
The couple issued invitations to the wedding that displayed Galifianakis' humor all over them.
"The wedding invite is very Zach," said a source close to the couple speaking to Celebuzz. "While it has the formal and standard details of who, what, when, where- including Zach's full name Zachary Knight Galifianakis and his fiancee's Mary Quinn Lundberg- it is also very funny."
"Zach included a drawing of himself and his bride-to-be," the blog reported. "He made sure he looked like a little troll, while Quinn is a stunning tall blonde princess."
Lundberg, 29, is a ballerina and an expert in international conflict resolution and co-founded the domestic violence nonprofit Growing Voices. Instead of wedding gifts, the couple has asked guests to donate to the organization.
Details surrounding the couple's engagement have not yet been revealed, and neither party has released a comment. The pair splits their time between their homes in North Carolina and Los Angeles, Calif.
Galifianakis gained widespread popularity for his role as Alan Garner in "The Hangover" and its sequel "The Hangover Part II." The actor took home the 2012 MTV Movie Award for Best Comedic Performance for the film.
He appeared in HBO's series "Bored To Death" as well as films "Dinner for Shmucks," "It's Kind of a Funny Story," and "Due Date," among others. The actor will appear in "The Campaign," scheduled for release in August. Galifianakis will also appear in "The Hangover Part III."
A North Carolina native, Galifianakis is Greek Orthodox and attended North Carolina State University where he studied communications.