This Glacier National Park proposal was actually my very first one (that wasn’t for a friend)!
I remember being so nervous when I arrived, that my hands were shaking when I was getting my camera all prepped. It was sunrise in Glacier National Park in March. It was snowy…. and COLD. The plan, like most, was I show up with my camera and pretend I’m taking photos of the mountains. Usually they ask me to take a photo of them and then partner gets down on their knee and pops the question. Proposals don’t always have to go that way though. They can go exactly how you want them to and I’ll make sure everything goes perfectly. There are a few thing’s you will want to consider when planning the time and location of your proposal. The crowding in the park is dependent on these two things. Its also good to have an idea of what parts of the park are open during your visit. You can find some general info on Going to the Sun Road Status and other Road Closures HERE.
I have experience photographing proposals in all seasons inside the park, from the East side of the park to the West side. I’m here to help you plan the proposal of your dreams whether that be a champagne pop after the “Yes”, a special bouquet of flowers, or a sweet picnic surrounded by mountains. If you got a dream or an idea, I’ll help you to make sure it happens.
Find some more of my photographed proposals HERE.
Glacier National Park Proposal Photographer : Blume Photography