What Wedding Night Sex?
Style, Yesterday

If you fell asleep on the big night, don’t worry. So did many other (still) happily married couples.

What All the Single Ladies (and Men) Say About the Economy
Business, Yesterday

A major jeweler claims the pandemic may have prevented people from meeting their future fiancés, cutting demand for engagement rings. Inflation and anxiety among shoppers haven’t helped.

Sharing the ‘Call for Service’ and a Life Together
Style, Yesterday

Sofia Gross joined the Navy about a year after she and Michael Haft, a former Marine, began dating. She planned much of their wedding from a military base in Bahrain.

They Tickled Each Other’s Funny Bone, and Everyone Else’s
Style, Yesterday

Abby Barr and Jed Feiman, two comedy writers who regularly riff off each other, also kept their wedding guests laughing.

When Her Reality TV Journey Ended a Real-Life Romance Began
Style, Yesterday

Sydney Lotuaco, a contestant on “The Bachelor” more than four years ago, may not have gotten the final rose, but she did meet her future husband, Nick Wehby, as a result of her appearance on the show.

A Funny Thing Happened on Her Way Out of a Comedy Club
Style, Yesterday

Sarah Berkman and Phillip Dinner were standing in a stairwell in New York when they bonded over Nashville. A little over a year later, they began living together in Nashville … with her parents.

Sober or in Recovery? Here’s How to Plan a Dry Wedding.
Fashion, June 7

Organizing a wedding without alcohol is not without pitfalls: Will guests partake in mocktails and so-called functional beverages, and still have a good time? Are zero-proof spirits worth the cost?

Yes, You Can Make a Wedding Cake
Dining, June 2

It may just be the best gift you can give, and more manageable than you think with these expert tips.

From Fairly Low Expectations, a Wonderful Surprise
Styles, June 2

Ross Uhrich and Jessica Carter Altman, the daughter of Lynda Carter Altman, who played Wonder Woman in the 1970s, expected their first encounter to be brief. It wasn’t.

He Acted Out a Charades Clue Three Years Later
Styles, June 2

Katie Schad jokingly jotted down “Marry Me Katie” as a game clue for Adam Purdy at a Thanksgiving gathering. He saved it for his proposal.

When Everything Was Up for Debate — Except Their Chemistry
Styles, June 2

Stephanie Spies and Andrew Markoff were both star debaters in high school and college. Now? There’s a lot to agree upon.

The Dress Code Was ‘Fly and Gay’
Styles, June 2

By talking frequently for the first year of the pandemic, Ahmad Maksoud and Josef Perou brought each other light in a dark time. Then they finally met.

Capes, Couture and Prince William at the Royal Wedding in Jordan
Styles, June 1

Jill Biden and a whole lot of royals from around the world made for a study in modest chic at the wedding of Hussein, the crown prince of Jordan, to Rajwa Al Saif.

A Union That Felt Like ‘a Love Letter to Black Culture’
Styles, May 26

Tristan Thompson and Tyla Wade’s passion for their community was the inspiration for their podcast “Black Love is Resistance” and their wedding celebration that featured mostly Black vendors.

Traveling by Bus, Truck and Foot to Be Together
Styles, May 26

Vicmar Flores and Cullen Heater met in Panama City in 2017, and over the next couple of years traversed great distances to be with one another.

Breaking the Six-Feet Rule With Each Other
Styles, May 26

Natalie Warther and Ryan Dols were colleagues and then partners on projects before coming together for a pandemic-era romance.

Among an Abundance of Bens, He Was the Best Bet
Styles, May 26

Shaina Shealy was dating three men, all with the same given name, but ditched two of them as she grew closer to Benjamin Glickstein just before the pandemic.

The Joys of a Solo Bachelorette Trip
Styles, May 25

Some brides are bucking tradition and trading tiaras, sashes and bar hopping in major cities with their friends in favor of a more subdued celebration, alone.

Just Married. Now Pass the Scissors.
Styles, May 20

To celebrate the rite of passage, some women are opting for a mid-wedding haircut.

New York’s Newest Wedding Hot Spot Is … Roosevelt Island?
Styles, May 20

The Sanctuary, a wedding venue with views of the East River, has become a go-to destination. But change doesn’t always sit well with the small waterfront community.

How 86 Episodes of ‘The Office’ Solidified Their Connection
Styles, May 19

Samiyyah Ali wasn’t sure how Krystal Ramseur felt about her until Ms. Ramseur made her the equivalent of a comedic mixtape.

One Call, and Many Virtual Dates Later, They Found Love
Styles, May 19

Jennifer Kizza and Field Brown felt an immediate connection during their first phone conversation two years ago. “I knew that day, romantic or not, Field was going to be in my life for the rest of my life,” she said.

A Tinder Match Leads to Wanderlust and a Weed Wedding
Styles, May 19

After hitting it off on a dating app, Keith Jefferson and Constance Ejismekwu became travel partners, taking back-to-back trips until the pandemic.

She Warmed Up to Him After Burning Man
Styles, May 19

Andrew MacRae fell for Kaitlin Green at the annual desert arts festival, but Ms. Green kept her distance until members of their camp met virtually when Covid-19 hit.

Would You Include Skims in Your Wedding?
Styles, May 15

Some women are saying “I would” to Kim Kardashian’s newest collection for her shapewear brand, which features something new and blue (and, of course, white).

Ralph Nader and Others Clash Over the Value of Third Parties
Letters, May 15

Responses to a column by Gail Collins. Also: Officiants at weddings; a debt deal and gun control; helping Sherpas in Nepal.

Lavish Indian Weddings Are Back and Bigger Than Ever
Styles, May 13

After a more intimate turn during the pandemic, some wealthy Indian couples are now sparing no expense when it comes to planning their extravagant, multiday celebrations.

After a Yearlong Dating Hiatus, (Cautiously) Embracing Something New
Styles, May 12

Friendship came naturally to Ande Flower and Veronica Savage, but romance was more difficult to foresee. However, they persisted — all the way to the ‘yacht rock’ altar.

A New York-Style Elopement Supporting an Important Cause
Styles, May 12

Rohit Kalkur proposed to Stephanie Korbely with a 28-page scrapbook consisting of photo memories and love notes. Their wedding took place at an event focused on ending child marriages.

Call It Postmodern Love
Styles, May 12

Joe Fay and Dan Garness first met in what is now the Burns House, designed by the postmodernist architect Charles Moore.

How She ‘Manifested’ Marrying Her Secret Crush
Styles, May 12

Allison Flynn was immediately drawn to Jeffrey Hood after meeting him on the job in Charleston, S.C., more than six years ago. “I kept telling people, ‘I’m going to marry him,’” she said.

This Designer Wants You to Look ‘Powerful’ on Your Wedding Day
Styles, May 11

Sally LaPointe’s first bridal collection bucks the constraints of tradition while celebrating brides who embrace their confidence and the risqué.

The ‘Hot Vax Summer’ That Lived Up to Its Hype
Styles, April 21

In 2021, Megan O’Connor and her friends organized a singles outing in Brooklyn. Omar Elsayed showed up, and the two hit it off immediately. But it was a “serendipitous encounter” in Greece that sealed the deal.

What TikTok Told Us About the Economy in 2022
Business, December 31

From Barbiecore to revenge travel, social media trends gave us a clear picture of the forces reshaping the economy.

After Pandemic Delays, a New Dilemma: Disinviting Wedding Guests
Styles, May 25

Revoking invitations can at the very least be awkward and, at most, be seen as a major faux pas. But that hasn’t stopped couples from doing so to have celebrations on their terms.