8 of the best places to get engaged in Milwaukee
Finding the person you want to spend your life with is a monumental thing. Which means you want to propose in a monumental way. Somewhere that will truly take your loved one's breathe away.
Milwaukee is such a beautiful city with so many unique places to propose. I've put together my top eight places to propose in Milwaukee. Spoiler alert fellas, NONE of them is at a sporting event on a Jumbotron. Lol.
This place is beyond gorgeous. With beautiful chandeliers and luxe decor The Pfister is perfect for a glam proposal of your dreams.
Flowers galore! Who wouldn't want to be proposed to surrounded by beautiful floral displays?
3. The Domes
Want to propose somewhere tropical but don't want to fly to an island? How about in the tropical plant dome? All the vibes of an island but still right here in the city you call home.
Do they love art? How about proposing in front of your love ones favorite piece? Or maybe overlooking the breathtaking views of Lake Michigan?
This place is gorgeous and was named one of the best historic movie theaters in America. You could take her to see a great new film or be even more extra and rent out the theater to pop the question.
Being Milwaukee's oldest cocktail lounge isn't the only wow factor of this place. The decor is stunning and sexy, live music playing and great cocktails. This place is perfect to profess your love.
7. Kadish Park
If being outdoors is more your cup of tea than this one is for you. This park has gorgeous views and an adorable bandshell that is the perfect stage for your proposal setting.
Want to propose over a candlelit dinner? The Pasta Tree is perfect - and hundreds, possibly thousands - have gotten engaged here. This intimate Italian restaurant is adorable, romantic and the food is fabulous.
Post a comment / write a review.
Disclaimer: Please note that Facebook comments are posted through Facebook and cannot be approved, edited or declined by OnMilwaukee.com. The opinions expressed in Facebook comments do not necessarily reflect those of OnMilwaukee.com or its staff.