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Engaging Proposals

Let us design the day of your dreams by contacting one of our wedding specialists at your selected property.  Whether you desire an intimate setting or an over-the-top experience, Fairmont's Engaging Proposals will guarantee a great memory to share with friends and family.  And you're in good company - the distinctive collection of landmark properties have created perfect backdrops for affairs of the heart for couples through the ages:

  • NFL Quarterback Jesse Palmer and his date Tara enjoyed a romantic overnight date at Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac in ABC's hit series The Bachelor, which included their very own private ice castle where they sipped champagne and caribou, a local drink.
  • While Marilyn Monroe filmed 'River of No Return' at The Fairmont Banff Springs and The Fairmont Jasper Park Lodge, the telephone wires were hot with calls to beau and future husband Joe DiMaggio. 
  • Pop the question 2,000 feet above ground at The Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa.  As the hot air balloon rises, your panoramic view of California's finest wine country is put into a perspective that she won't soon forget. Your breathtaking tour is crowned with a Champagne brunch celebration held outdoors in your own private picnic area surrounded by lush vineyards and roses.
  • In Hawaii, fishermen yell hana pa'a! (hook up!) when they snag a fish or when a couple 'hooks up' and commits their love. At The Fairmont Orchid, couples can  enjoy a 90-minute sunset sail off the breathtaking Kohala Coast.  Capt. Casey sets out fishing poles to troll for a bite, then he yells out 'Hana pa'a!' as a fish strikes. You reel in the lure, which has captured a beautiful seashell, and head to the foredeck with your love for a little privacy.  Confusion turns to joy when she plucks a note from inside the shell that asks the time-honored question: 'Will You Marry Me?'     

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