Mr. Rohrer is the first known former or current National Football League player to be part of a same-sex marriage. He is to marry Joshua Ross.
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The couple met during a summer course in urban planning at Harvard, and now work a few seats apart at the New York Legal Assistance Group.
The couple met in 2016 through the dating app Hinge, after the groom viewed a photo on the app of the bride hugging President Obama.
The couple met in 2014 in Washington through the dating app Tinder.
While they both worked at the White House the first number he asked her for was her Social Security number for C.I.A. security clearance.
After their mutual friend strategically nudged him for about three months, he finally asked her on a date.
The couple met at a graduation party hosted by the 2013 N.Y.U. Class Council, and have been together ever since.
The couple met in 2015, when a mutual friend introduced them at a Whole Foods store that they all stopped at after services at the same church.
The couple met at a dinner party in 2014, and a year or so later, having met again at another party, they began dating.
He introduced himself to her after a church service earlier this year, but had first spotted her years ago.
The bride and groom, both lawyers, met on the phone in September 2013 while working on a case together at a Washington law firm.
The couple met in Washington, D.C., where she is an assistant director at a nonprofit health care group and he is a program manager for the district.
The couple met at the Wren, a bar in Lower Manhattan, in 2013, and began dating shortly thereafter.
The couple met in 2013 at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia.
The couple met in 2013 at RF Binder, a public relations company in New York, where they both worked at the time.
The couple graduated from Princeton, where they met as athletes rehabbing sports injuries. She was on the track team and he was on the football team.
The couple met at Kenyon College. They now live in New York, where they work with consulting firms.
The couple were set up by a mutual friend in San Francisco in January 2014.
The couple work in New York, she on strategy for a humanitarian aid organization, he as the Rockefeller Foundation’s senior speechwriter.
The couple met at Fordham, from which each received a law degree, the bride cum laude.
The couple were married at Oheka Castle in Huntington, N.Y.
The couple met on Bumble in April 2016.
After their first meeting, which began as coffee, then became cocktails and eventually dinner, he asked if he could call her to say good night.
Ms. Richard is a user experience writer at Google and Mr. Liman-Tinguiri is a senior financial analyst for Amazon.
The couple were introduced through mutual friends at a bar in Lower Manhattan.