Valentine’s Day 2014: The Top Places to Pop the Question in Middle Tennessee
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and there’s romance in the air. Have you been secretly dreaming of that perfect moment to propose to the love of your life?
If you’re all about creating that fairytale fantasy, you don’t necessarily have to travel to an exotic location to find the magical moment. Write your own love story that uniquely suits the two of you. You’ll have a special story to share with family and friends.
- A private champagne brunch in a hot air balloon is hard to top for the ultimate proposal over the skies of Nashville.
- Kneel on the steps of the Parthenon by moonlight and etch your own moment in history.
- Pop the question while star gazing or watching the sunset from Love Circle, Nashville’s highest vantage point overlooking the city skyline.
- Arrange to have the message “Will you marry me?” displayed on the big screen at a Nashville Predators ice hockey game.
- Take her on a sunset sailboat cruise on Old Hickory Lake and pop the question.
- Share an Escape for Two at a Day Spa, complete with steam room, tandem massage, facial, pedicure & gourmet lunch. Place the ring on her toe during the pedicure and wait for her response.
- Take a bicycle ride to Shelby Bottoms and propose on a secluded trail. You may soon be looking for a bicycle built for two!
- Create a lasting memory when you stay at the Thistletop Inn Bed & Breakfast and propose to your lover on the Romeo & Juliet balcony.
- Take her for a walk through the Bicentennial Mall and ask her to marry you as the carillons are playing a Tennessee-themed song on the top of the hour.
- For an over-the-top dining experience, and there are some wonderful choices in Nashville, splurge at The Cat Bird Seat and ask the waiter to write “Will you marry me?” in chocolate sauce around the rim of her dessert plate.
- Visit Kix Brooks’ Arrington Vineyards and in the tasting room raise your glass and ask her to marry you.
- Take a romantic horse and carriage ride around downtown Nashville and pop the question, while cuddled up under a blanket.
- Propose beside one of the intimate waterfalls in the Opryland Hotel Conservatory.
- Ask her to marry you as you gaze at the Nashville skyline from the Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge.
- Hike the trails at Percy Warner Park and pop the question while surrounded by the beauty of nature.
- While enjoying the spectacular view from the Natchez Trace Bridge, ask her to marry you and completely take her breath away.
- Surprise her with a weekend getaway at the Daisy Hill Bed & Breakfast, choosing from the Scottish, Scandinavian or French Country rooms, and add a little European flair to your proposal.
Those are just a few suggestions. The most important part of your proposal starts with you. Make it bold. Make it original. And definitely make it fun!
Where do you think is the best place to pop the question in Middle Tennessee?