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Botanical Garden Proposal

By 17 September 2015February 5th, 2020Japanese garden, Proposal, Rome

Engagement in Rome, Italy

Once in a lifetime opportunity! A secret surprise marriage proposal photographed at the Giardino Orto Botanico park in Rome. One of the most awesome place for a proposal! With over 7000 species of plants from around the world and some beautiful water fountains. As well as a bamboo grove and the Japanese tea garden.
We met some time before our rendez vous to pick out a nice spot. After walking around a little bit we picked out the Japanese tea garden which looked just like the perfect place to set up the proposal. And so we did! With the help of a friend accomplice our two fiancee reunited with much surprise over a small wooden bridge that crosses over the creek. And what a beautiful effect! With the words ‘Is this real‘!? Echoing through the park. So much joy and happiness followed with one of the most romantic wedding proposals ever!

Botanic Garden engagement session in Rome Italy

Happiness and surprise on a wooden bridge in the Japanese garden in the Botanic park

Asking for marriage. Parco Orto Botanico. Roma.

Will you marry me? Park garden marriage proposal in Rome Italy

Engaged together in a beautiful botanic garden in Rome Italy.


Looking at the brand new engagement ring

Friend's happiness

Group picture


Time of the year: September
Time of day: Afternoon
Duration: 1 hr
Venue: Botanical Garden Rome
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A unique secret wedding proposal photographed at the Giardino Orto Botanico Botanical Garden in Rome Italy at the Japanese park.