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Say it loud, say it proud with the wedding proposal to beat them all. Imagine a 50ft banner, popping the questions, while being towed at 2000ft above the ground. How could your loved one possibly refuse such an overblown romantic gesture? You can tell them that you thought of it all by yourself, but let us take the hassle out of organising it - we don't even need an invite to the wedding!
The price quoted is for a simple banner in the following format: "(name), will you marry me?" Other messages are possible but longer notice is required and the cost will vary. Various locations in the UK are available but the price will vary considerably. Popular proposal points are Leeds Castle in Kent, Brighton Beach, Blackpool Beach and Southend Pier. We regret that this service is not available in Scotland or Wales. Please call our Ultimate Experiences specialists on 0870 444 2577 to make an enquiry.
Please note that availability on Valentine's Day is extremely limited but other dates are available. Timings will vary and are subject to availability but we will endeavour to meet your requirements. At least 48 hours notice is required to prepare the banner. The price quoted is for a simple banner in the following format: "(name), will you marry me?" Other messages are possible but longer notice is required and the cost will vary. Flights are subject to weather conditions and in the event that the flight is cancelled, you will receive a full refund or the option to rebook. Due to airspace restrictions, it is not possible to fly over Central London, Gatwick, Heathrow or Stansted.
Hi I recently bought one of your plane banner proposal experiences to propose to my girlfriend Karen. Karen is such a special girl that I wanted to find the perfect way to propose. Bought one of your gourmet hampers took her out for a picnic at our local park and as I poured the wine the plane flew overhead. Told her to look up in the sky and she saw the banner saying 'Karen will you marry me?' Perfect moment.
16 November 2010