Amanda and Matthew met while undergraduates at Hobart and William Smith Colleges and remained close friends for a number of years until they finally began dating.
On the day of the proposal, Fan was in New York on business; he took a late afternoon flight home to Boston to surprise Jenny. He found his soon-to-be bride curled up on their couch wearing an ugly Christmas sweater and tube socks. A formal proposal was not meant to be. He pulled out the ring and asked her to marry him.
David and Liz met in New York City through mutual friends. The pair hit it off and dated for three years, after which David proposed in their Greenwich Village apartment.
Sunday Funday sure rang true for Austin and Drew when they met at a Sunday brunch party in Washington, D.C. They would go on to share six years of Sundays together before becoming engaged while on a walk along the Hudson River in New York City.
The couple had been dating for two years when Chris proposed in a somewhat hallmark fashion. He popped the question, literally, with a bottle of Champagne with the four-word query on the bottle’s label and a custom-made ring crafted by Russ Hollander, Master Goldsmith.
Hillary and Dan first met at an engagement party at the Delamar Hotel in Greenwich. Hillary recognized Dan from the NYU Law library where they both studied.
Like a scene out of a 90s rom-com, Vincent and Nicole first met as teens, racing cars on the backcountry roads of Greenwich. When the two finally came to a stop, Vincent approached Nicole’s window and said, “What do you want?” Her reply? “Your number.”