We’re Loving These Pics of a Gorgeous Ice Cave Proposal

When you’re deep in an ice cave in Iceland, a proposal is probably the last thing on your mind — which was why Katherine Loveless was so surprised when her boyfriend, Iceland native and photographer Rúrik Karl Björnsson, got down on one very cold knee with a beautiful diamond engagement ring.

Katherine, who is also a photographer, was in Iceland to work on her coffee table photojournal, and was sure he would propose in her home state of Utah. However, Rúrik had already looped her family in, according to Katherine’s Facebook, and the rest is icy and beautiful history.

Keep scrolling for more of their amazing proposal photos!

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  • 04/03/14 at 12:04

    Hi there! This is Katherine from the story. Just a couple little corrections: Rurik is Icelandic and I met him in Iceland while I was working on the coffee table book (I’m American). We aren’t doing a coffee table book together (at least yet! I’m sure we will one day!). And the ring only looks blue in the photo for some reason. In reality, it’s a beautiful and sparkly WHITE! :-)

  • Ivy Jacobson
    04/03/14 at 12:19

    Hi Katherine! I apologize, I will correct the story now. Congratulations on your engagement — we loved your beautiful pictures! XO, Ivy

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