When it comes to getting engaged in Nashville, the options can be overwhelming for the guys! From romantic city views to quiet scenery by a lake, Nashville, TN has many places to get engaged! We interviewed 5 Nashville wedding professionals to get their opinion on the best places to get engaged in Nashville. For the sporty couple to the city couple, all of the answers were so diverse! Where are the best places to propose in Nashville? Find out what the professionals are saying about the most romantic spots in Nashville….
Radnor Lake State Park
“Nashville experiences all four seasons, so I think it is hard to pass up an outdoor proposal, especially in the fall and spring months. Radnor Lake is the perfect backdrop for some pretty stellar engagement photos, and sunsets there are absolutely stunning. If you’re looking for an outdoorsy spot for your proposal, Radnor Lake is hard to beat!”
– Sarah Wilson | Events Nashville, Houston Station
“Sevier Park is a stunning location for people to get engaged. Sevier Park is historic green space in the 12th South area- it boasts many private spots to hear the birds sing and to propose. Since it’s near many Nashville restaurants, it’s a close walk to a celebration with family and friends after the ring is on the finger!”
– Abigail Bobo | Abigail Bobo Photography
Percy Priest Lake
“Water inspires and relaxes me. It reminds that life is so very beautiful and constantly reassures how wonderful our Creator truly is. Every great memory I have has something to do with water. No amount of draping, custom furniture, crystal chandeliers, or lighting could or would ever be more beautiful than God’s very own creation! Percy Priest Lake is definitely one of the best locations for a memorable and intimate proposal!!”
– Paige Brown | Paige Brown Designs
“Nothing seems more romantic then surprising your (hopefully soon to be fiancé!) with a sweet picnic basket packed with fruit, cheese, and crackers, and then grabbing a bottle of wine (and champagne to celebrate when she/he says “yes!”), laying a blanket out on the lawn, listening to live blue grass, and looking out over the red barn and the hills. The view, the music, the wine, nothing seems more romantic and memorable!! Plus, you can have the start to a perfect anniversary tradition!!”
– Abigail Volkmann | Abigail Volkmann Photography
“The Pedestrian Bridge in downtown Nashville boasts one of the greatest skyline views of the city. The breathtaking scenery of the hustle and bustle of the city sitting right atop the Cumberland River is a view you will never forget!”
– Alyssa DiCicco | NashvilleBrideGuide.com
“I love when the proposal is in a location that means something to the couple. Location of their first date, if they are animal lovers- the zoo, movie buffs- outside of the Belcourt Theatre or even somewhere with a view like the Nashville City Club!”
– Margaret Tolbert | Details by Margaret
Thank you to all of the Nashville wedding pros who shared the best places to propose in Nashville!
Nashville Bride Guide’s Owner + Editor, Alyssa DiCicco
Since 2016, Alyssa has combined her loves to become the owner and editor of the local wedding blog, Nashville Bride Guide! The online publication showcases weddings, engagement sessions, styled shoots, vendor spotlights and advice posts from all across the Middle Tennessee area. Read more...