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Falling into a post-wedding funk? You’re not alone. Some brides and grooms experience bouts of depression after the ceremony. Here’s how to cope.
Joel Klein proposed to Cathy Quon while she was on a hospital gurney. They married three weeks later, just before her pancreatic cancer surgery.
Loren Voss and Art Moore, both with military backgrounds and an interest in long conversations about war, married in Gettysburg, Pa.
Was I blocking love in my Harlem apartment? Could clearing out under my bed open the door to my love life?
Sunscreen, chips, drinks. Oh, and a diamond ring just waiting to drop for a proposal.
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Couples are enrolling in professional-style classes and workshops that help them personalize their weddings.
As economic pressures prevent young couples from affording marriage ceremonies, powerful benefactors have stepped in to sponsor mass weddings. What’s in it for them? Children for the cause.
The couple met in 2016 in New York, through the now-defunct start-up matchmaking service Dating Ring.
The couple met in London in 2013 when the groom was working in investment banking and the bride was studying for a master’s degree.
She found out how serious he really was about her at a taping of the “The Late Show with Steven Colbert.”
The couple met as interns on the 2010 campaign of Senator Pat Toomey, Republican of Pennsylvania.
The couple met in 2016 through the League, a dating app.
The couple met online in 2014 and had their first date at the Jeffrey, a bar in Manhattan.
The couple met through the dating app Hinge. She agreed to meet with him only after a mutual friend gave him a thumbs-up.
The couple met in 2014 at a cocktail party hosted by mutual friends.
The couple met in 2017 in Philadelphia through the dating app Bumble.
The couple met when both were students at Colgate.
The couple met in 2015 in the Yunnan Province of China while on a 16-day hiking tour.
The couple met in New York in 2018. A mutual friend who thought they might make a match invited them to a cocktail party at his apartment.
The couple met in 2014 in Washington, where they both were living at the time.
The couple met on JDate and were married seven years later in New York.
The bride is a doctor. The groom works at Publicis Media and is also a staff writer for a Game of Thrones fan website.
The couple met in 2011 in a government class at Claremont McKenna College.
The couple met in 2014 in Tarrytown, N.Y. They were married in Temecula, Calif.
The couple met by chance in 2014 outside of Bizarre, a bar in Brooklyn.
The couple met in Washington in 2013 while watching a Baltimore Ravens playoff game.
At 24 she was not ready to marry him, but when he asked again 40 years later she said yes.
The couple were introduced in 2017 on a blind date by a mutual friend.