If you are visiting Philadelphia or if you are a local, there are many great spots to plan a surprise proposal or engagement session! Here are just three of our favorite options! If you are planning a proposal get in touch for detailed planning tips and advice!
Love Park officially know as John F. Kennedy Plaza is near City Hall in City Center Philadelphia. The park is nickname Love Park for it’s iconic sculpture. The sculpture is a great backdrop for a proposal and park area and City Hall just steps away make for great portrait locations! The park can be busy with tourist at times especially around the sculpture so planning for proposing during less busy times of day is ideal!
This makes for great historical backdrop! There is plenty of grass area and pathways in front of Independence Hall to use. Independence Hall is the building where both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were debated and adopted. There are park areas nearby that can be used for portraits afterwards. This spot works great to plan your proposal before or after a tour if you are visiting from out of town.
Rittenhouse Square is a one block park that is a bit less touristy then the first two options. Especially during springtime this makes for a beautiful backdrop for a proposal or engagement. On occasion there can be markets or festivals happening in the park so be sure to look up to make sure no events conflict with your plans!
Surprise Proposal Photography includes detailed planning & advice, photography session to capture the proposal moment, portraits afterwards and your online gallery of your beautifully processed high resolution images delivered in less then 7 days. The online gallery is easy to share with friends and family! Jon Fleming Photography specializes in capturing couples love stories from the surprise proposal to the wedding day! Photography also offered for engagements, weddings, corporate events and head shots. Photo booth rentals are available for weddings and events!
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