Proposal | Gore Creek Covered Bridge | May
Proposal in Vail with Botanic GardensProposal Details:
We wish every photo you see online could be naturally replicated for a proposal. Take for example the picture above. When you are in a valley it can be hard to get a good view unless you have big mountains exposed over a flat area. The background is rather amazing for Vail. Where this falls apart is in thinking about it from the couples perspective. Will the woman go there for the proposal? Will the guy be able to get there with the nerves of a proposal. Is the sound of the surroundings what one would want for a proposal? Does it feel romantic? What is the risk for the photographer? Is it even possible to get the shot with my photographers skill or equipment. There is so much that goes into it even beyond these basics.
Ironically, she commented that this would have been a nice place for him to propose. As a guy that must give you a little boost of confidence in what is about to happen. We think he had stated that it was going to be a while or something. As for a little side learning know that ring boxes are big. It is one of those things guys never think about. For this reason he had to wear the jacket to be able to conceal it.
Vail was a bit chaotic that day due to an event. Things were starting to calm down a bit by the time we made our way over to the Betty Ford Alpine Gardens. While it was certainly beautiful there I find I can make a little more of the wild flowers native to Colorado. It is nonetheless a nice Botanic Gardens for the area.
You can get proposal ideas from reading past blogs and read about how we do proposals on our engagement proposals page. If you like what you see here and are considering using this location here are some of the other shoots we have done in Vail and at the Gore Creek Covered Bridge.