5 Valentine’s Day Proposal Ideas For An Epic Engagement in El Paso
Planning on getting engaged? Here are five epic proposal ideas for Valentine’s Day this year in El Paso.
People have popped the question at a Chihuahuas game, Scenic Drive, and have even tied the knot at the top of the international bridge between El Paso and Juarez. But in the age of coronavirus, you might want to consider these unique yet socially distant ideas for an epic Valentine's Day proposal.
Elevate your marriage proposal to a whole other level with these out of the box Valentine’s Day proposal ideas in El Paso.
Romantics at heart can pop the question with a custom art piece, a thrilling helicopter ride, an intimate serenade, a photoshoot, or a nature hike.
Consider taking your fiancé to an art gallery where you have in advance ordered a custom painting popping the question. Diego Robot at Casa Ortiz art gallery makes custom pieces that turn into the perfect keepsake. Custom pieces start at $200 – reach out to Diego Robot on Instagram for more details.
For thrill-seeking couples, a proposal made in a helicopter ride flying around El Paso would make for an awesome one of a kind experience. There are several helicopter charters around town to pick from.
If music is more your jam, you can choose from the El Paso Opera; local bands like Dusty Low and even Mariachis are always fun.
Plan a perfect proposal at either one of El Paso’s historic hotels in downtown El Paso such as the newly renovated Hotel Paso del Norte or Plaza Hotel. You can also find a few romantic Airbnb’s around town to help create the perfect intimate proposal getaway.
For active couples, El Paso and surrounding areas have plenty of walking and hiking trails offering the perfect proposal vistas. Franklin Mountains State Park, Hueco Tanks, Carlsbad Caverns, or even Ruidoso are also places to capture your special moment.
It’s always a good idea to consider your partner when planning any surprise. For example, you don’t want to plan a proposal up in a helicopter if your partner is afraid of heights.
Whatever you decide to plan, make sure that you don’t forget to take pictures so you can share them later with your loved ones.
These five romantic ideas will ensure a most epic and memorable marriage proposal from adventurous to epic viewpoints.
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