The couple met in 2013 at a mutual friend’s bachelorette party.
The couple met in 2013 at a mutual friend’s bachelorette party.
The couple met through the dating app Hinge.
The couple met at a friend’s birthday party in 2010. The bride said no to a dance request, but yes to a date after receiving a follow-up voice mail.
The couple met in February 2014 on the dating website OkCupid.
The couple met at a gym in Chicago in September 2001.
The couple met at the birthday party of a mutual friend.
The couple met through a mutual friend 10 years ago in Washington and have been dating since 2014.
The couple, who met at Princeton, were married in Chicago.
The couple, who met on Tinder, were married in Boston.
The bride is a staff lawyer for the New Jersey Devils, Prudential Center and the Philadelphia 76ers; the groom works for Vevo.
The couple met in Manhattan, but quickly learned that both called Mexico home.
The bride, a public defender, and groom, a freelance producer, met at a holiday party in Washington in 2012.
The bride is pursuing two master’s degrees at Harvard. The groom works for Uber Technologies.
The couple, who met at the Gowanus Yacht Club in 2015, were married in Sheffield, Mass.
The couple were introduced in 2011 by a mutual family friend in Sag Harbor, N.Y.
The bride and groom, both lawyers, met while working at the law firm Sidley Austin in 2014.
The couple met as camp counselors in Rhinebeck, N.Y.
The bride and groom attended George Washington University at the same time, but didn’t meet until after both had graduated.
A managing director at Credit Suisse and a rabbi are to be married in Wyckoff, N.J.
The couple met at Columbia as editors at The Columbia Daily Spectator; they were married at Brooklyn Winery.
The couple met more than three years ago in Manhattan; the groom was a frequent customer of the restaurant that the bride managed.
The couple, who met when both were analysts at Goldman Sachs, have married.
The couple met an alternative rock concert in St. Paul.
The couple met two years ago on JSwipe.
The bride, a lawyer, and the groom, a doctor, met through mutual friends last year in Manhattan.
The couple met through a mutual friend in Miami in 2010.
The couple’s families were acquainted, but the bride and groom met as adults at a supermarket in Queens.
The couple met at the University of Pennsylvania, from which each earned an M.B.A.
He didn’t date women under the age of 23. So she messaged him on her 23rd birthday.
The couple met at a Kentucky Derby party in 2014.
“Age doesn’t mean a damn thing to me or to Gert,” the groom said. “We don’t see it as a barrier. We still do what we want to do in life.”
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The couple met through the dating website eHarmony in September 2015.
The couple, who met at Harvard, were married in Brooksville, Me.
The couple met in Boston in 2009 while working at the House of Blues.
The bride and groom, both doctors, married at the Rodin Museum in Philadelphia.
The couple met at Duke, from which they graduated.
The couple met in April 2012 at a party in Boston.
The couple met in 2014 on a blind date at the Belfry in New York.
The bride, who works for Google, and the groom, who works for an investment firm, met through the dating app Hinge.
The couple first met in seventh grade and began dating in high school.
The bride, a registered nurse, and the groom, a machine operator, were married in the Czech Republic.
The couple met at Brown, from which they graduated.
The bride, who works for Twitter, and the groom, employed by LinkedIn, were introduced through mutual friends in San Francisco.
The couple met on a blind date arranged by the bride’s aunt, who had been the groom’s fourth-grade teacher.
The couple met through a mobile dating app.
The couple met at Connecticut College, from which they graduated.
The couple met at a Manhattan fund-raiser for the New Leaders Council.
The two met on OkCupid, where both had cited “Harold and Maude” as their favorite movie.
The couple met in Washington in 2011, and the friend who introduced them officiated at their wedding.
The couple met through a mutual friend in Los Angeles in October 2014.
The couple met through mutual friends in 2012 at a St. Patrick’s Day party in Manhattan.
The bride and groom were high school sweethearts.
The couple met through mutual friends in November 2015 in Düsseldorf, Germany.
The couple met at the University of Chicago.
The couple met as resident advisers at a summer program for high-school students interested in civics and government.
The couple met at a speed-dating event in Brooklyn in February 2011.
“I think you’re cute,” she said to him moments after they met, and the two had their first date a few days later.
The couple met at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in Seattle, where they both work.
The couple were married at the Memorial Art Gallery in Rochester.
The couple met at a wine bar in New York.
They met at a 2008 Democratic primary event. Mr. Fiocco was a Clinton supporter, Mr. Sellew was for Obama.
The couple met at Hunter College, where each received a master’s degree in education, with honors.
The bride, a lawyer, and the groom, who works for a consulting firm, met at a New York bar in 2013.
The couple met in 2016 through the dating app Hinge, and discovered that their paternal grandparents lived in the same Florida retirement community.
He left the event without the ice cream party he had bid on but with her phone number.
The couple met at Penn, and their path to romance began when they endured tales of their classmates’ wedding preparations.
He is 79. His partner is 92. So why marry? “Like any couple who are in love, we want to make the public, legal and personal commitment to each other.”
She is two decades older. When she asked him about it, “He said it didn’t bother him, so it didn’t bother me.”
The couple met on the first day of their freshman year at Pomona College in 2006.
The bride, a plastic surgeon, and the groom, who works for Citibank, met in 2016 at Barneys New York.
The lawyers were married at Birks Heritage Chapel at McGill University.
The couple are marrying on the 22nd anniversary of first meeting, at a picnic in Santa Barbara, Calif.
They were both wearing wigs when they shared their first kiss.
The couple were introduced via email by a mutual friend, and met at a film festival in Austin, Tex.
The couple met on OkCupid when she was in law school at Berkeley and he was working at a law firm in San Francisco.
The bride is deputy digital editor of Fortune magazine, and the groom is a product designer at Aetion, a health care software company.
The couple, both from Wisconsin, laughed when they first exchanged phone numbers in New York, as each had retained a 608 area code.
Clay Floren is a film producer and literary scout. Andrew Elmets is with a film production, financing and distribution studio.
The couple met in 2014 on a blind date arranged through a mutual friend.
The couple met at a Seder dinner and began dating six months later.
The couple met in the swirl of Washington fund-raisers and awards dinners.
The two first met at a conference on investing in developing markets, and met again six years ago at a wine auction.
The couple met at a young professionals’ night at the Barnes museum in Philadelphia.
She is a fifth-grade teacher, and he is an advertising account executive for ESPN.
Courtney Cox, an editorial assistant, and Ryan Gisriel, director of basketball operations for the Brooklyn Nets, are married.
The bride and groom, both in the media business, met in Washington in 2014.
The couple were married at Dornoch Cathedral in Scotland.
The couple met in New York in 2014, through the dating app Hinge.
The couple met on their first day of law school at Columbia. A classmate will lead the couple in their vows, in a later ceremony.
She is a high school English teacher, and he is a lawyer with the New York City Law Department.
He is an engineer from France, and she is the director of academic support at a community college.
The couple met in 2011, when both were students in London.
The two met in high school but didn’t have their first date until 2012, after both had graduated from college and started their careers.
The bride, a doctor, and the groom, a trial lawyer, were married at Wave Hill, a public garden in the Bronx.
The couple met at a surprise birthday party that Ms. Fleming had organized for her best friend.
Although the couple grew up a few blocks from each other in Altadena, they didn’t meet until July 2015 via the dating app Hinge.
The couple met at the University of Pennsylvania while in the M.B.A. program.
Mark Robertson is a lawyer in New York, and Derek Zasky is an agent with William Morris Endeavor.
The couple met while studying abroad in Prague.
The third meeting was the charm for this couple.
The couple decided to marry on Valentine’s Day, exactly one month after their first face-to-face meeting in Lima, Peru.
Tragedy struck Benjamin Hochman more than six years ago. But time, a job change and fate allowed him to begin anew with Angela LaRocca.
The couple, who met on OkCupid, were married in Boston.
The couple were introduced in 2008 through mutual friends at a Halloween celebration in Switzerland.
Mutual friends introduced the two with the idea that they would make a good match.
The couple met at a New York Rangers hockey game and soon fell in love.
The couple met in 2002 in Manhattan through the website PlanetOut.
The bride and groom were married on the Brooklyn Bridge.
The bride is a director of corporate affairs for the CBS Corporation; the groom is an executive director at J.P. Morgan Private Bank.
The couple met in September 2010 during orientation week at the University of California, San Francisco, from which they received medical degrees.
The bride is a marketing executive at Amazon, where the groom is a senior content acquisition manager.
The couple met in the summer of 2014 while working in public health policy for the State of Colorado.
The couple met in 2014 at a wedding rehearsal dinner in Martha’s Vineyard, and reconnected about a year later after she moved to San Francisco.
The couple met on OkCupid in 2014.
The bride is a graduate of Fordham; the groom is a graduate of SUNY Fredonia.
The bride, an actress, and the groom, who works at Estée Lauder, met in 2003 while working at the Center for Asian American Media in San Francisco.
The couple, who met online in 2012, were married in Doylestown, Pa.
The couple met at a hot yoga class in Palo Alto, Calif.
The couple met when the groom hosted a 30th birthday party for himself and a childhood friend, whom the bride knew from college.
The couple, both art historians, married in the town hall of Florence, Italy, which is also a museum.
The couple met in 2005 at Ithaca College. She is a lawyer and he is a freelance writer.
The couple met at Boston College; they were married at the Church of the Covenant in Boston.
The couple married on the 15th anniversary of the day he first asked her out, when they were in high school.
The bride and groom met at American University in Washington.
The couple were married at the Nine Fine Mynahs farm in Waialua, Hawaii.
The couple met in January 2013, on a goose-hunting weekend with mutual friends, at Upper Brandon Plantation in Spring Grove, Va.
The couple, who were set up on a blind date in 2016, were married in Freeport, Me.
The couple met in 2011 during their first semester at New England Law, Boston, from which they each received a law degree.
The couple, who met at Northwestern University, were married at the Field Museum in Chicago.
The couple met through OkCupid.
The couple met in New York in June 2009 as summer interns for Deutsche Bank.
The couple’s friendship grew into a romance while taking tango lessons.
The couple met at a costume party, where his costume was so short he couldn’t squeeze his wallet and phone into his pocket.
The couple met through a dating app and bonded over their interest in political activism and family.
They were friends, until her talk of dating someone else or moving made him realize that they could be much more than that.
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