Kanye West rented San Francisco’s 70,000-seat Candlestick Park to propose to Kim Kardashian.
And Million Dollar Listing New York star Ryan Serhant famously shut down Times Square so that he could ask Emilia Bechrackis to marry him.
Looking for an over-the-top engagement in Miami Beach?
Leave it to the folks at The Temple House, the cool private event venue on Euclid Avenue that once served as a synagogue.
Right on time for St. Valentine’s Day, Temple House owner Dan Davidson is proposing a $50,000-engagement package at the Art Deco marvel that includes a social media consultant and the video mapping projection of the couple’s life together during the dinner-for-two. [Learn more about video mapping in video below]
“Hey, it’s 2017,” said Terri Lynn, the venue’s spokeswoman, “and a man showing up with a ring and a cupcake doesn’t cut it anymore.”
So, what do you get for that kind of dough?
First off, the venue – classic Miami Beach architecture used by dozens of artists for music videos, including Jennifer Lopez and One Direction, and even the Kardashians, who gathered in the minimalistic ballroom to shoot their Christmas card.
Ricky Martin, Nikki Minaj, Dwayne Wade, One Direction, Michael Jordan, Enrique Iglesias, Jay Z, The Kardashian Family, Andy Cohen, P.Diddy, Marc Anthony and Donna Karan are just some of the many other iconic celebrities who have attended or hosted celebrations at The Temple House.
“The couple will be all alone in this great space designed for 400 people,” Lynn says.
And then, there are the accoutrements: a uniformed doorman, champagne and Russian caviar upon arrival, live DJ with custom audio package, catered gourmet dinner for two, confetti canon if and when she says yes, custom lighting, floral arrangements, Belgian chocolate dessert table, a private videographer and a photographer, and a limo ride home.
There’s also a video mapping show of the couple’s early months projected onto the four walls and the ceiling.
And the package comes with a social media consultant – because nothing says “I Love You” like a dozen tweets about your most intimate moment.
Don’t know what video mapping is?
The Temple House has assembled an audio-visual production team that produces jaw-dropping, mind-blowing, stunning arrays of 360 degree projection mapping. Their video mapping system is one the largest permanent installations in a private indoor venue in the United States. With four pristine white walls and a mammoth 6,000 square foot white ceiling their 360-degree projection mapping can immerse you in any virtual environment you can imagine.
With the touch of a button guests can be transported from a high energy New York City streetscape to the tranquil waterfalls of the Amazon, from 10,000 feet in the clouds to the magic of underwater reefs. You name it and video mapping can take you there – and you won’t believe your eyes!
Watch this video made by the Temple House to experience some of the endless possibilities.