With all of the elaborate flash mobs, hot air balloon rides, and that guy who edited Sleeping Beauty ending, proposing can seem like only an extravagant act is possible. Yet an intimate declaration from one knee is just as romantic.
For couples who share a love of animals, aquariums are an ideal venue to pop the question. Just work with staff to plan an appropriate moment during your visit.
The LINQ High Roller Observation Wheel
A spectacular spectacle of lights, music and two gondolas for two, this Las Vegas attraction will surely leave an impressionable impression on your loved one. Situated a few miles outside Vegas on Nevada desert terrain and designed by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone.
The LINQ High Roller stands out as more than your typical ferris wheel; as its largest observation wheel in the United States it offers breathtaking vistas of Sin City from 28 transparent cabins that can hold up to 40 people at once. A ride on this massive attraction provides otherworldly views; for an extra special experience we suggest booking your visit during sunset or twilight for maximum magic. Located within one of Las Vegas’ newest areas called The LINQ Promenade which boasts bars, restaurants and shops nearby – don’t miss it if it passes you by!
The Fountains of Bellagio
No trip to Las Vegas would be complete without visiting the iconic Fountains of Bellagio, designed by WET Design. These mesmerizing displays of water dancing to music ranging from Michael Jackson and Grateful Dead tunes is truly captivating and features 1,214 jets that shoot streams of water up to 460 feet into the air – and divers collect two tons of coins every year and donate them directly to charity!
Fountains of Bellagio performances tend to be less crowded during daytime shows than evening performances, so to ensure the best viewing experience try arriving about ten minutes prior to show time and taking in its beauty before finding an area where you can make out with someone special on one knee.
The Seven Magic Mountains
At approximately 30 minutes from the Vegas Strip, visitors to the Seven Magic Mountains can stop and admire colorfully painted rock towers created by New York-based Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone and standing up to 35 feet high in Ivanpah Valley.
The colorful pillars were intended to contrast and stand out against the natural desert landscape that surrounds them, becoming a social media darling and drawing in more visitors every year. This artwork has become an attraction that continues to draw in more and more visitors each year.
Seven Magic Mountains will create the ideal setting for an intimate and thoughtful proposal, no matter where it takes place: on the Las Vegas strip or out in the desert. Nothing beats proposing using Seven Magic Mountains as the setting!
A Live Music Concert
Music fans the world over enjoy attending live concerts. While listening to your favorite tunes on your laptop or mobile device is one thing, being in the presence of the band that created your favorite track is truly unforgettable.
Live performances provide not only an amazing musical experience but can also have many health advantages. According to researchers, attending concerts has been shown to decrease stress hormones like Cortisol.
Proposing at your favorite artist’s next show can be an extraordinary way to surprise and shock her! Timing it so she hears your question only at the end of a song will ensure she remembers this special moment forever.
Caricatures are pictures that ludicrously exaggerate the qualities, defects, or peculiarities of individuals or ideas, with either insulting or complimentary imagery used to ridicule them in public life. Caricatures derive their name from Italian caricare-to load–an expression often employed to ridicule those in power within society.
Caricature has had an incredible influence on many forms of art, from Da Vinci’s grotesqueries and Picasso’s exaggeration of features, to many “on-the-spot” artists who make a living drawing people at parties or street corners.
Some caricature artists work exclusively in color; others prefer black and white caricatures. Black-and-white artists typically create more black-and-white caricatures per hour than their color counterparts can, with costs depending on how many faces or bodies are drawn in one sitting.