Top Ten Proposal Tips
THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR FOR A ROMANTIC PROPOSAL
Cameron House’s Top 10 Proposal Ideas & Unique Tips for Popping the Question
Scottish five-star Cameron House, located on the banks of Loch Lomond, is gearing up for the festive season and its most popular time of year for proposals at the resort. Whether it’s the roaring fires, snow-capped hills or twinkling fairy lights, there’s certainly something in the air that makes the romantics, young and old, want to get down on one knee in December.
Taking inspiration from the many guests who have got engaged at the resort, Cameron House has put together top 10 tips & ideas for popping the question.
Andy Roger, Cameron House Resort Director, said: “Christmas at Cameron House is a truly magical setting, with 60 Christmas trees throughout the hotel and its grounds, and December is most certainly our busiest month for couples getting engaged at the resort. In light of the recent royal engagement, we thought what better way to celebrate than to help other romantics out there plan their own proposals. We’re always thrilled to help with planning the details to make sure the surprises come off, and I hope our top tips provide some inspiration.”
Top 10 Tips & Ideas for Popping the Question
1. Hop on board the Celtic Warrior
A romantic loch cruise at sunset is bound to take your (and her) breath away, and what better way to make it even more special than with a proposal and Champagne on board.
2. Take to the skies
Emotions will be running high, so embrace the adrenaline and set off on a flight over Loch Lomond and enjoy incredible views of the national park before asking the question.
3. Surprises on arrival
Have your chosen ring set out alongside a bottle of Champagne and some chocolate-dipped strawberries for when you enter the bedroom. Open the door for your partner to walk in first so that when they turn around to look at you, you’re already down on one knee.
4. Mirror, Mirror on the wall
For something a little quirky, take a shower before getting ready for your romantic dinner and write “Marry me?” on the bathroom mirror – it certainly did the trick for one happy couple, staying at Cameron House.
5. Go for a dip
A heated rooftop pool on a cold winter evening is an idyllic location for a proposal, and at The Spa at Cameron House there are spectacular views of the surrounding countryside to match.
6. Birds of a feather
For the animal lovers, experience a hawk walk by Loch Lomond with a difference; swoop her off her feet and have the ring delivered by a magnificent bird of prey.
7. The photobomb
Rope a fellow guest or a member of staff into taking a photo of you by the loch, and while your partner is preoccupied having their picture taken that’s the perfect moment for you to catch them by surprise and get down on one knee.
8. Whisk(y suite) her away
Prefer to propose in the comfort of your own home? Then plan a surprise romantic break in one of the private luxurious Whisky Suites and celebrate at Cameron House. There’s even a babysitting service so you can bring the kids.
9. Food for thought
For the foodies out there, what better way than to incorporate your love of food with the love for your bride-to-be by having the chef write “Marry Me?” on her plate. One guest, staying over Halloween even had the ring stowed away in a pumpkin.
9. Candle-lit dinner
Sweet and simple; a romantic, candle-lit dinner for two with Champagne will never fail you.
Cameron House offers a wide range of services for weddings and has a dedicated wedding co-ordinator who is available for personal appointments to discuss wedding requirements, ideas and to plan the big day.
To make an appointment with a wedding co-ordinator at Cameron House please contact email@example.com, please call 01389 310 777 or submit an enquiry online at: http://www.cameronhouse.co.uk/weddings.html.
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