So you’re all ready to drop to one knee to ask your special someone to spend the rest of their life with you.
Well, if you want to it to be an extra memorable moment, take a second to consider where you’re asking the love of your life to put a ring on it.
We’ve rounded up 7 of the best spring locations in Toronto to propose to any type of partner, so read up.
Oh, and remember not to get too nervous… you got this!
AGO – For art & design lovers
Whether you’re looking for a space that’s intimate or extravagant, the AGO’s atriums and courts provide a wide range of options to suit your mood. The Galleria Italia oozes an impressive feeling of grandeur; its exceptionally high ceilings and long hallway is the perfect space to create your own walk down memory lane.
Where: 317 Dundas Street West, Toronto
Allan Gardens – For nature lovers
Take this spring’s indecisive weather into your own hands and escape to your own version of a garden proposal. Surrounded by tropical plants and looming greenery, you stay toasty warm inside the glassed shelter with the sun pouring in.
Where: 19 Horticultural Avenue, Toronto
The Hazelton Hotel (Screening Room) – For the homebodies
Upgrade your countless Netflix & Chill nights to a 2.0 version in Hazelton Toronto’s private screening room. While your partner secretly mutters under their breath, “Ugh, another movie night in,” they’ll unexpectedly walk into a theatre strung with fairy lights and a special slideshow of your own.
Where: 118 Yorkville Avenue, Toronto
Lavelle Rooftop – For the city-slickers
16-floors high sits Toronto’s trendiest rooftop with a panoramic city view. Lavelle encompasses slick ambiance to those looking for a glamorous proposal. Simply lead your main squeeze down a pathway of flickering candles and propose with the CN tower lit-up behind you.
Where: 627 King Street West, Toronto
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Andrew Richard Design – For the creative
This blank canvas is waiting for a romantic heart to create some magic. Whether you want your own art gallery, an intimate dinner setting or a bed of flowers with floating candles, anything is possible here. The advantage? This space is owned by a décor rental company, which means double the convenience!
Where: 571 Adelaide Street East, Toronto
Graydon Hall – For the romantics
Every fairy tale takes place in an elegant estate with well-manicured lawns, flower beds and dreamy fountains. This stunning manor offers a variety of garden spaces, rooms and terraces with historic architecture that needs minimal decoration.
Where: 185 Graydon Hall Drive, Toronto
Colette Grand Cafe – For the style trendsetters
If France is your ideal proposal destination, then why not bring France to Toronto? This quaint and chic cafe inspired by French style offers a private dining space and a covered outdoor terrace. Regardless of which one, both spaces are suited to every fashionista’s dream.
Where: 550 Wellington Street West, Toronto