Game of Thrones Engagement in Connecticut
We kind of love Game of Thrones – so when this Game of Thrones engagement inspiration came through, we had to show you guys the cool ideas. Really, the bride’s attire was more reminiscent of GoT than anything. Plus – the epic castle as the backdrop.
From the photographer:
“Meredith & Karl’s love journey started 8 years ago when they met in college at Northwestern University through mutual friends. It never really occurred to Karl to date Meredith because he thought she was off limits as a fraternity brother’s little sister. During her sophomore year, Meredith was out one night with one of their mutual friends, who introduced her to Karl. They enjoyed playing drinks games at the fraternity house, and when Karl offered to get her a bottle of water, little did they know something special was brewing!
Their first date was at a sushi restaurant called Kansaku where they enjoyed each other’s company and the rest was history. Karl proposed in July of 2014 at the Grand Del Mar in San Diego. He took her up to a beautiful dinner on the outside patio then led her up a staircase to a private terrace where he had champagne and roses waiting for her. It was the perfect proposal. Afterwards, they enjoyed champagne while listening to a live performer sing and play piano in the lobby. It was their own private weekend celebration, and it was perfect.
They moved to Connecticut to start their married lives closer to Karl’s family and the headquarters of his job. They’re very excited to continue their journey together as husband and wife! Meredith and Karl’s engagement session had a taste of inspiration from the HBO series, Game of Thrones. Their choice of attire, the colors, to the location setting provided the backdrop for the medieval, vintage, and old European look that they love.”
Photography: TimeFrozen Photography
Venue: Saint Clements Castle
Venue: Gillette Castle
Event Planner: Event Connoisseur
Dress Designer: Nigel Ramsay Designs
Beauty: Simply Gorgeous by Erin
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