Megan Walsh Henze & Nathaniel Atherton Bristol

Megan and Nathaniel first met at Williams College. A decade later—and unbeknownst to each other—they both purchased apartments in the same Greenwich Village building. As fate would have it, a piece of Megan’s mail was accidently delivered to Nathaniel. When he returned it, Megan got more than her mail back—she found her future husband. Fifteen months later, on a warm September evening, Nathaniel proposed while on a walk in Washington Square.

Monsignor Clement J. Connolly officiated at the ceremony at the bride’s family home in Greenwich. After a lovely dinner full of touching toasts, everyone danced the night away on a translucent glass floor over the swimming pool.

The bride, daughter of Susanna and Raymond Henze of Greenwich, graduated from Greenwich Academy and Williams College. Megan works for Ratio Advisors in New York City.

The groom, son of Brian and Susannah Bristol of New York, graduated from Groton School and Williams College. Nathaniel works for Goldman Sachs in New York City.

The newlyweds honeymooned in Tanzania, Seychelles and Paris. They live in Manhattan.

Photographs by Ann Billingsley.

The newlyweds
Jock and Nancy Coffin, Bill Broadbent
James Higgins, Zack Pasanen, Max Bunzel, Ethan Dennison, Gabe Menendez, Nathaniel Bristol, Kyle Eudailey, Will Bootby, Peter Allison, Brooks Gordon
Crista Downey, Katherine Carroll, Evan Scall, Megan Bristol, Emily Ivers, Elizabeth Daly, Miyuki Sato, Chrissy Franz
Jason and Abigal Hafler, Brian, Susannah, Megan and Nathaniel, Georgia Gomez, Sam Bristol (at rehearsal dinner)
A sparkling getaway

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