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Best Places to Propose in Indianapolis

by Kelly Smith on Oct 24 in Proposal

Indianapolis is a city of Midwestern warmth and charm as well as cosmopolitan flair. As with many cities, there are many different best places to propose, depending on your budget and your interests. If you feel like it is about time to pop the question, then here are a few ideas to get you started.

Best Places to Propose

1. On a Trail

A rails-to-trails project, Indy’s Monon Trail is an appealing urban greenway area of tree-lined trails that stretches through more than ten miles of the city and more quiet suburban areas. It is a well-used path for pedestrians and bicyclists that carves out a green respite from the city, complete with interesting bridge engineering and local art. If you are looking for one of the best places to propose in Indianapolis, something distinctive and unique to the city, then you don’t need to go any further than a secluded corner of the Monon Trail to pop the question.

2. In a Carriage

There isn’t much more romantic than a horse drawn carriage through parks or city streets. If you are looking for a classic proposal idea, then look no further than an Indianapolis carriage ride. And don’t forget to take lots of pictures to remember the romantic adventure!

3. Over Dinner

If you are looking for the best places to propose in any city, then you might want to take a walk on the wild side and look into the most unique ethnic restaurants. Indianapolis offers the Abyssinia Ethiopian Restaurant, for example. Ethiopian food can be a romantic cuisine because it is so different from what we are used to. It is a dining experience where you are likely to sit on small stools or cushions and use a special flatbread called injera to scoop your food with your fingers rather than fork. You share a big plate of food and can even feed each other to boost the romance before you pop the question.

Plan Your Proposal Today!

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About the author

Kelly Smith

Kelly Smith is a wife, mother, writer, teacher, recent brain surgery survivor, and wannabe
chicken farmer in Jackson, Mississippi. She has bachelor's and master's degrees in English.
She planned her own budget outdoor wedding five years ago at a state park in Florida, on the
waterfront of a natural spring. She wishes that she had known more about budget weddings back
when she was planning hers, because she comes up with new ideas all the time that she wishes
she had incorporated into her own wedding plans! In addition to saving money, Kelly's passions
are reading, writing, parenting, planning, traveling, and living an environmentally friendly life.