Whether you are school sweethearts, met through a mutual friend or both swiped right on Tinder, you found the person that you love, and now it’s time to make it stick by getting married. When it comes to planning a wedding, there isn’t a right or wrong way to do it. This also goes for the way you propose to your partner. But, before you can start planning your wedding and looking at wedding venues in London, you need that very important “yes”. The locations that we discuss during this article are for all budgets. Planning the perfect proposal just takes a little bit of preparation and knowing where the best locations are in the heart of the city.
The London Eye
The London Eye may be one of the biggest tourist attractions in the heart of the city. But it’s also a very popular place to propose in London. You can book a private capsule for your big moment, so you have the space to yourselves instead of being crammed in with lots of excitable tourists. If you do choose this option, then their marriage proposal packages means you will also be treated to a bottle of champagne and your own personal photographer to capture the big moment.
The View From The Shard
Do you want to propose to your partner and have all of London as your backdrop for the big moment? The View from The Shard on the south bank of the river offers panoramic views of London’s skyline, which makes it a fantastic place to propose. You can decorate the area with fairy lights, rose petals and candles to personalise the memorable days of your life.
Why not ask your partner to marry you at one of the most beautiful green spaces in the heart of the city. A park may not seem like an appealing place to propose, but there are many ways you can sweep your partner off their feet. You could head to the Italian Gardens and proposal with a backdrop of beautiful water fountains or take a picnic with and find a private spot to propose.
St. Pauls Cathedral
St. Pauls Cathedral is one of the most romantic and beautiful places to propose to your partner in London. If you are willing to put in the legwork, then it also offers some fantastic panoramic views of the city too.
London is known as one of the liveliest cities in the world, but it is also brimming with beautiful green spaces, and it doesn’t get much better than Kyoto Gardens in Holland Park. It is filled with waterfalls and exotic wildlife which makes this location more than worthy for your big moment.
Kensington Palace Gardens
You most probably won’t have this location to yourself, but Kensington Palace Gardens is another one of London’s beautiful green spaces. You could take a walk around to admire the flower beds and fountains before asking your partner the big question. Don’t forget to also take loads of photos of the flowers as they could help to inspire your wedding’s floral arrangements further down the line.
The London Aquarium
This may seem like a bit of a strange place to include but the London Aquarium offering striking underwater backgrounds that filled with colour and sea creatures. They even have a proposal package to make your big moment even more special and memorable. With the help of expert divers, you can dive underwater and surprise your partner.
If you would like to propose to your partner in the city but want a location that is a little more of radar, then you should head to London’s hidden Italian gem. Little Venice is near the Bayswater area of the city and is a perfect place for a quiet marriage proposal. You can take a stroll down the towpath or hire a canal boat where you can propose to your partner in private.
Clos Maggiore is quite often referred to as one of the most romantic restaurants in the world. Located in Covent Garden, Clog Maggiore serves a delightful selection of French cuisine against a beautiful backdrop. The restaurant to decorated with a canopy made from white blossom, fairy lights and candle lit tables. There is also an open stone fireplace so if you are looking for an extra special touch then make sure you request a table next to it.