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The couple met in April 2015 through Tinder.
The couple met at the wedding of a mutual family friend in 2010.
The couple met in New York at two birthday parties, but didn’t get to talking until they bumped into each other at a club.
The couple met as high school students in 2005 inside a beat-up Honda Civic that belonged to a mutual friend who decided to drive them both home.
The couple, who both graduated from Stuyvesant High School in Manhattan, met in 2014 through the dating app Hinge.
The couple met on their first day of class at Harvard Business School, in 2015.
The couple met at the J. Crew Men’s Shop in SoHo.
He got down on one knee to propose on the grand staircase of the Knickerbocker Club in New York.
The couple met in medical school in 2014.
The couple met through the dating app Hinge in 2014.
The couple met in 2003 in Richmond, Va., after a concert in which the groom was one of the performers.
The couple’s officiant introduced them in 2017 during the coffee hour after church services.
He knew she was the one when she lost her voice rooting for the Philadelphia Eagles during the 2018 Super Bowl.
The couple met on Mother’s Day in 2016 at a mutual friend’s art gallery in Brooklyn.
The couple met through mutual friends at a bar in New York in 2013.
The couple met at the student activities fair for the Harvard Kennedy School in 2015.
The couple met at Muhlenberg College, from which they graduated.
The couple met at M.I.T., where both were studying in the M.B.A. program.
They were in the same coming-of-age novel class their senior year at Harvard.
The couple met at Penn, from which the bride graduated magna cum laude and the groom summa cum laude.
A mutual friend thought their shared love for golf might be the basis for a relationship.
She skied and he golfed, so after they met in 2013, through Match.com, they each learned a new sport.
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