If you’re like other guys who has found the woman of their dreams and is on the brink of making a marriage proposal, you want to make a memory that the two of you will cherish for he rest of your lives.
Naturally, you want your proposal venue to be unique to both who you are as a couple and the area in which you live — and you’re lucky that way. The great state of Washington contains such abundant natural beauty that great proposal ideas are practically falling from the sky. Following are three suggestions on where to propose after choosing the perfect ring at a diamond showcase in Longview, WA.
On a Picnic at a Local Winery
As Washington wines begin to take a prominent place on the wine industry’s world stage, area wineries reflect that dedication to the cultivation of optimal quality. Many Washington wineries have a bucolic-but-elegant ambiance that answers the question of “what are some ideal locations for proposing to my girlfriend” perfectly. Do some online research of wineries within easy driving distance, call ahead to find out which ones offer picnic lunches, and make arrangements to create a memorable proposal in an idyllic setting.
On a Whale Watching Boat
Another thing Washington State is noted for is its whale watching opportunities. Tour boats operate from spring through autumn, and and for the ultimate experience, you can book a combination dinner cruise and whale watching adventure. The Pacific Northwest experiences long, lingering sunsets perfect for setting the scene for romance.
At the Squatch Fest
If you’re still asking yourself, “how do I propose,” it doesn’t get more quintessentially Pacific Northwest than Longview’s annual Squatchfest. Dedicated to all things Sasquatch, this event takes place in January at the Cowlitz County Event Center. If she’s got an adventurous spirit and a wacky sense of humor, a Sasquatch-themed proposal is sure to steal her heart away.
Please feel free to reach out to us at your convenience if we can be of assistance in your quest for great proposal ideas. We provide the kind of customized service you’ll only get from a local jewelry store.