Inspiration for an English proposal
Step 1: You have picked the perfect partner.
Step 2: As the clock in the church tower starts ticking loudly
you decide it is time to pick the ideal ring
Step 3: ... and then the pressure is on to find not only a beautiful
and romantic spot for your proposal but most importantly a UNIQUE
spot worthy of your matchless love!
Romance is officially alive and kicking in Blighty and we have trawled
the kingdom in search of a bit of inspiration to pop the question in unquestionable
Occasion: Proposal of Marriage
1. WORDSWORTH COUNTRY
To begin, begin.
- William Wordsworth
And where better to begin your sparkly new life than in the Lake District
2. A CASTLE ANY CASTLE WILL DO
Or possibly even simply a view of a castle?
3. THE COTSWOLDS
Quintessential English countryside built from stone and boasting
more than four thousand years of history it might just be the perfect
place to start your very own legend.
It is always incomprehensible to a man that a woman should refuse an offer
- Jane Austen
Beautiful architecture and the most luxurious hotels should keep
your lady from doing anything incomprehensible
5. THE LONDON EYE
135 meters above the London sky you will be served Laurent Perrier (Book
the Champagne flight) and gorgeous views
6. SUFFOLK ANTIQUES
If you would like to combine step 2 and 3 it might be a great idea to
propose in Suffolk where you can go shopping for a beautiful antique ring?
7. WEST COUNTRY
The history of King Arthur and his Knights of the round table is temptingly
romantic If you are searching for a unique place to propose Wookey
Hole Caves should fit the bill nicely. Featuring stalactites, stalagmites
and translucent pools (including a stone in the outline of a witch that
legend claims was killed by King Arthur)
8. SOUTH COUNTRY
Be inspired by William the Conqueror and conquer your love over a Devon
clotted cream tea!
St Dwynwen, patron saint of Welsh lovers would approve if you pick South
West Wales to propose.
How little it takes to make us happy! The sound of a bagpipe
Or maybe simply one word
April 20, 2008 9:14 PM