04 Aug Attention Romantics: Discover the Top Three Places in Oklahoma City to Propose
Attention Romantics: Discover the Top Three Places in Oklahoma City to Propose
When you’re planning to pop the question, you want everything to be perfect. After you’ve selected your ring and figured out what you want to say, the next question is one of setting: where are you going to propose to your sweetheart?
Oklahoma City has many romantic locations. We had a tough time narrowing it down to our top three places to propose. The criteria we used when making our choice: a location had to be open to the public, visually beautiful, and memorable. With that in mind, here are some of the best places in Oklahoma City to say “Will You Marry Me?”
The Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory
Nestled within the Myriad Botanical Gardens, the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory is a glass-encased wonderland filled with lush foliage, colorful flowers, and a waterfall. It looks and smells fantastic, and it’s easy to imagine yourself in a tropical paradise while wandering through the garden. Open from 9-5 Monday through Saturday and 11 -5 on Sundays, the Crystal Bridge has been home to many proposals. The Crystal Bridge is available for weddings as well – great for couples who want an outdoor wedding without worrying about the weather!
The Lake Hefner Lighthouse
In many ways, a spouse is like a lighthouse: they’re the one you turn to for support, comfort, and direction as you navigate life’s stormy seas. The Lake Hefner Lighthouse is especially picturesque, with fantastic sunrises and sunsets appearing regularly. The scenery provides the perfect excuse for a ‘spontaneous’ stroll that leads into the question of a lifetime.
The Lake Hefner Lighthouse is also a popular wedding venue. The small size makes it ideal for intimate wedding ceremonies.
A Bricktown Carriage Ride
Every city has its romantic traditions. A horse-drawn carriage ride through Bricktown is Oklahoma City’s. When you want to keep your proposal quiet and personal, there’s no better setting than the cozy, plush velvet confines of the carriage. Most tours take you through the historic Bricktown area; choose a hotel district tour to see the historic Skirvon Hilton and the new Devon tower.