When Cristina and Benjamin met at Zaza restaurant in Stamford, they realized that, having grown up near each other, they had likely already crossed paths.
Nicole and Ross first crossed paths while working at the same hedge fund in South Norwalk. But it wasn’t until a fun-filled afternoon at a Yankees game with coworkers that they really hit it off.
Carolyn had just moved to Boston to pursue a legal career, and Jake had recently become a Bostonian after separating from the Navy when mutual friends introduced the two.
Elizabeth and Charles met by happenstance at a West Village bar in New York City.
Anne and Patrick first met in Manhattan during an internship at J.P. Morgan. They hit it off and became fast friends.
Even having lived only miles apart as teenagers in backcountry Greenwich, Meghan and Todd didn’t meet until decades later as colleagues in the venture capital industry.
Peter proposed on Christmas morning by hanging a ring on a branch of the Christmas tree and telling Caren that her gift was in, not under, the tree.
John and Louise met during the first week of freshman year at Boston College. Though they were friends throughout the four years, it took a BC vs. Notre Dame football game to make the sparks fly.
The couple dated for one year before getting engaged at Gabriele’s Steakhouse at the same table where they had their first date.
Peter and Sarah met while volunteering for a community organization. As they got to know each other, their friendship deepened, and after a year they finally went on their first date. Sparks flew and the rest is history.
Morgan and Felix met at the University of Virginia Darden School of Business.
Betsy and Brad both grew up in Greenwich but did not meet until they moved to New York City.
Catie and Craig’s initial meeting gives new meaning to being on the right track. Craig’s roommate Travis Pfander introduced the two on the train ride to a Princeton homecoming game.
Frederick and Kerry met the new old-fashioned way, online. OK Cupid was the site that brought these two lovebirds together.
Years after that initial “date” the pair became high school sweethearts and dated for ten years.
Sometimes it takes a real-life Fairy Godmother to make a love connection. And in this case, Dorothy Edwards, Godmother to both Nico and Nora, was up to the task.
Nina and Hugh met in Montauk, New York. Nina was in town for a friend’s bachelorette weekend and ironically met her own groom-to-be.
This Spring stand out like a poppy and rock those brights!
This was a romance a long time in the making. Billy and Elizabeth first met as classmates at Eastern Middle School and became good friends during their time at Greenwich High School.
Drew and Susannah met while vacationing with their families on Nantucket.
Andrew and Isabella first exchanged glances while attending Cornell, but did not become a couple until they were properly introduced in New York City through mutual friends.
Even though Juliette and Christian both grew up in Greenwich, they attended different high schools and did not meet until after college when their best friends introduced them.
While studying abroad in Prague, Jamie and Krista found more than just culture—they found each other.
Allison and Lucas both attended the American University of Paris, but did not meet until they were living in New York City and were introduced by a mutual friend. They connected over a shared love of Paris.
Ben and Farrell met the old-fashioned way, through mutual friends.
In a way, Wesley and Patrick were both late for their blind date—they just didn’t know it.
Heather was a registered nurse at Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center when she helped Michael navigate his internship there.
It didn’t take long for Nancy and Lee to realize they had found love, again. (Perhaps Nancy’s years as a Weddings editor for Moffly Media helped hone her ability to spot true love.) It was only five months from when the pair first “met” via phone to when they became engaged.
Christopher and Elizabeth sailed into each other’s lives many years ago. Their parents, both longtime members of Riverside Yacht Club, were “neighbors” in the marina, and the families grew up sailing together every summer.
Little did Alexander know that going to his best friend’s thirtieth birthday party would be the beginning of the rest of his life.
It was kismet that Michael and Asya would one day be together. The couple’s paths almost crossed at a house party in Greenwich when Michael was in college and Asya was in high school.
Fate stepped in one starry night when Eric stopped by the local bar in Ludlow, Vermont, on his way home from work.
After Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on New York City, Cupid worked his magic on Owen and Katie. The pair met while recovering from the storm at a local Happy Hour. They hit it off and the rest is history.
Gillian and Paul met in Colorado the old-fashioned way, through mutual friends. The pair dated for a year and a half before Paul proposed inside The Art Institute of Chicago.
Brooke and William met at Le Bilboquet on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
John and Juliana both went to Greenwich High School, but it wasn’t until their college breaks that the pair began spending time together.
The evening started on two separate boats, but it was smooth sailing for Kaitlyn and Drew once a friend introduced them at the Captain Harbor Friday Night Series at Old Greenwich Yacht Club.
Ken and Liz met during their first year of law school, where as fate would have it, the two were placed in all of the same classes.
Keely and Colin’s relationship started on a high note. Mutual friends introduced the pair at the Governor’s Ball Music Festival in New York City.
After a chance meeting at a birthday party, Alex and Sarah received the gift of a lifetime—each other.
Blossom-bedecked invitation suites are always in season
Like something out of a Hollywood script, Ralph and Brooke first locked eyes in the elevator of their Manhattan apartment building on one fateful afternoon.
Rachel and William met in Manhattan at a birthday party for Rachel’s brother, Max.
When David Keating became friends with Cyrus Gentry at Cornell University, little did he know the friendship would lead to David meeting his bride.
When Lily de Jongh Downing and David Yudain first met, their conversation almost immediately went to horses.