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Dr. Eleni Greenwood, a busy obstetrician and gynecologist, and Sujay Jaswa, a hard-charging technology entrepreneur, made each minute count and found love.
The couple met in Washington, in 2016, at a meeting of the Congressional Black Caucus, when both were working in politics.
The couple met on the dating website howaboutwe.com.
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The couple met in December 2015 at the Mill Reef Club, a private vacation club in Antigua.
The bride is the managing editor of Condé Nast Traveler and Brides magazines; the groom is a writer for “Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.”
The couple met at Harvard; they were married at Part Avenue Autumn, an events space in New York.
The bride and groom work for Uber.
The couple met in 2008 in Napa, Calif., when a mutual friend introduced them.
The couple met in 2014 through the dating app Hinge.
Despite overlapping for a year at Stanford, in 2010, the couple first met in 2015 when they were set up by mutual graduate school friends.
The couple met in Chicago, as high-school students at Walter Payton College Prep.
The couple met at the Park Restaurant & Bar in Cambridge, Mass.
The couple met in 2017 through the dating app the League.
The couple met in 1998 when mutual friends asked each of them to help out with cat-sitting.
The couple were set up in New York by a mutual friend on New Year’s Eve in 2013.
The couple met as students at the University of Michigan.
The couple met in 2011 in Chicago through a mutual friend.
The couple met in 2015 through OkCupid.
The couple met in Washington in 2014 through the dating app Hinge.
The couple met in 2009 at a media party hosted by the gossip website Gawker at Sweet & Vicious, a bar in New York.
The couple, both veterinarians, met in 2014, in Brooklyn, where both were interns in general vet medicine and surgery.
The couple met while graduate students at Georgetown, she in conflict resolution and he in foreign service.
The couple met at an ice-cream parlor three years ago in San Francisco.
The couple met in 2008 at a local garage rock music festival in Detroit.
The couple met five years ago on Match.com.
Four rabbis (the mothers and fathers of both the bride and the groom) participated in the wedding ceremony.
The couple met at a college Model United Nations conference at Yale University in 2006, where both participated in mock trials.
The couple met through the dating app the League in September 2015.
The couple met in 2012 on Match.com.
The couple met seven years ago while working at the same company.
They called upon their rescue dogs to serve as their ring bearers.
The bride and groom, doctors, met at Columbia when each was in medical school.
The couple met in 2007, when he cast her — sight unseen — as “the most beautiful girl in the world” in an online ad he was producing.
A second introduction — a year after the first — convinced the couple that their friends were right in thinking they’d make a good match.
He proposed to his partner after their plane landed on a sandy beach on a remote island in the Outer Hebrides of Scotland.
The couple both work in media, the bride as a senior editor of the Food Network Magazine and the groom as the managing web editor of The Real Deal.