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Radcliffe Jewelers Engaged Couple of the Month: Caroline & Tim

Meet Radcliffe Couple: Caroline & Tim

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Radcliffe Jewelers Engaged Couple of the Month: Caroline & Tim

Meet Radcliffe Couple: Caroline & Tim

By Radcliffe Jewelers

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How did you meet?
We met in 2009 at a concert for Tim’s high school band, Worth Our While. He was the bassist and I thought he was cute.

Please describe the proposal.
We were in Paris. Tim told me that we had a 6a.m. sunrise river cruise. We got dressed up for the cruise and were “a little early for the meet-up time” so we took a walk along the river by the Eiffel Tower. Tim said he wanted to take a picture of me looking at the Eiffel Tower from behind. He took a picture and then spun me around and got down on one knee.

What was the first thing you did after you got engaged?
We did a photo shoot around Paris and then we finally did have the river cruise.

Have you picked a date? Venue? Theme?
We are getting married at Antrim 1844 on July 25, 2020.

What is something you and your fiancé like to do together?
We like to go to concerts and travel.

Will you be taking a honeymoon? If so, where, and why did you pick that destination?
We are still working on finding a honeymoon destination. We are looking for a tropical beach with an all-inclusive package.

What is a fun fact about you as a couple?
We have been together for 10 years, since we were 15 years old.



View Caroline and Tim’s story online as well as many more at radcliffejewelers.com/blog


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