|Posted on October 31, 2015 at 2:20 PM|
And just like that we are on the precipice of the holidays 2015. Man the year flew by didn't it. In just a few short weeks we've got the Thanksgiving holiday and then springing right into the full holiday hustle. For so many this is the time of year when they start thinking about engagement rings and asking the all-important question of a lifetime. Once the ring is purchased thoughts turn to, okay how'm I going to do this? How am I going to propose to this woman or man that I love. Where do we spend our lazy weekend afternoons? Should I do it in Central Park? Riverside Park? Battery Park? Skating in Wollman or Bryant Park rink? Should I slip the ring into a flute of champagne? Atop 30 Rock? If Central Park, where in Central Park? Bethesda Fountain, The Ramble, The Great Lawn?
This is a wonderful time of year to be a guitar player who performs for marriage proposals? I've performed in a very crowded Rockefeller Ctr. as close as one can get to the Tree, in front of the giant LOVE stature on 55th & Avenue of the Americas, on a quiet stone bridge in Central Park, in front of Caroline's Comedy Club (the site of one couple's first date). There's no shortage of great scenic spots to ask the one you love to marry you. There's also no shortage of special songs that would serve as the soundtrack to a proposal. Sure there are the current favorites, "Thinking Out Loud" from Ed Sheeran and "Marry Me" from Train. But there's a ton of old & current classics.
Whatever your thought is on location and song I would love to work with you in making this momentous occasion that much more special. I can even maybe go one step further and have a photographer or videographer on hand to capture your proposal in photograph or video to enjoy and share with your family and friends. I'm very happy to assist in finding the best location, picking out the best song and planning the choreography. It's good to have a plan in the back of your mind. The moments prior to actually popping the question can sometimes give way to anxiety or pre-game jitters. For that reason I bring a mini-bottle of champagne to celebrate with and to calm your nerves after it's all done.
I'm also happy to be help in planning a fallback location. Obviously an outdoor proposal carries with it the risk of inclement weather. I've got some ideas as to where to stage your proposal in the event of rain.
So give me a call. (917)226-3173 or zap me an email at [email protected]
Happy holidays in advance.
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