Blog

2

Top 5 parks to pop the question this spring

Spring is in the air and all our thoughts turn to romance. Now we can finally get out of the house and enjoy the nice weather outside, walk long walks in a park, make picnics and take boat rides.  It is the time of new hopes and expectations. So get advantage of the warm season and plan your perfect spring proposal.  Here are our 5 favorite spring parks proposal ideas:

  • Take advantage of the flora in all its splendor and plan your proposal in Brooklyn Botanical Garden. On their website you can check what flowers are blooming now and build your proposal around it. (http://www.bbg.org/bloom)
  • Central Park is always a great choice not only because it’s easy to access, but also of its great variety of places and romantic spots. Should admit im in love with the Bow Bridge and its surroundings. Its beautiful and looks great on the pictures. But sometimes it feels like there are so many other great places in the park that can be used for the proposal, that I would recommend the Ladies Pavilion as the next place to pop the question. It’s a charming example of 19th century American decorative arts, located in the west side of the park. (http://www.centralparknyc.org/things-to-see-and-do/attractions/ladies-pavilion.html?referrer=https://www.google.com/)
  • You will be surprised to find out how many little secret gardens are there in the city. One of  my favorite is Church of St. Luke in the Fields Gardens. It is very small and secluded place full of flowers, old oaks, iron chairs and romantic spots. Definitely a place to be for those, who are looking for very private and romantic spot. (http://www.stlukeinthefields.org/about/the-gardens-at-st-luke-in-the-fields)
  • Alternative to the park and probably more creative and interesting might be a rooftop farm. In this case you will accomplish two goals: get the best view and green surrounding around you. I personally like the Brooklyn Grange rooftop farm, it has a fantastic city view, the roof is enormously huge and they have flowers and vegetables growing there year around. (http://brooklyngrangefarm.com/)

No Comment

x

Your Name (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Message

x