The message from Meghan Markle and Prince Harry? Make it your wedding, not the wedding of your parents and grandparents. Be you.
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Marcus Martin pushed Marissa Blair out of harm’s way during the 2017 attack that killed their friend Heather Heyer, whom they honored at their ceremony.
He’s a grandson of Queen Elizabeth II. She’s a high-profile, biracial American. After a whirlwind courtship, they are now the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
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As the world watches Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, some couples might look on with envy. Others are having their own fairy tale wedding.
Dr. Temes, 75, says she is nicer, and sometimes quieter, now. Mr. Lyons, 87, says he is more talkative and happy. “I wake up thinking I have another day with this person,” he said.
I’m left to wait on the other side of the curtain as she tries on gowns. But then she steps out, and I melt. That’s my daughter in a wedding dress.
Our fashion-forward and royal-obsessed readers imagine Meghan Markle’s bridal gown.
Both avid outdoor adventurers, the couple met in 2015 while hiking the Appalachian Trail, and fell in love.
The couple met at a happy hour in Washington in 2014, and both were enamored right away.
The couple met in 2011 at the Albert D. Hutzler Reading Room on the campus of Johns Hopkins.
The couple met in 2013 at a wedding, though both had previously resisted the efforts of the couple getting married to set them up.
The couple met at Cornell in 2005, and both received diplomas in Chinese language at Tsinghua University in Beijing.
The couple met 13 years ago on a blind date in New York.
The couple met in 2010, in a New York bar that neither remembers, and didn’t manage to go on their first date for five years.
On their first date, in 2015, they talked about the process of getting divorced. Not very romantic, but he was intrigued.
The couple incorporated Mexican and Jewish traditions into their ceremony.
The couple met in Vienna through a mutual friend, and soon began a trans-Atlantic dating relationship.
The couple, who met at Princeton, wed at the William Vale Hotel in Brooklyn.
The bride is the director of corporate speechwriting for Hilton. The groom is a program analyst for the State Department.
The couple met on the first day of law school at Northwestern University, from which each received a law degree.
They met at Carleton College in Northfield, Minn., where they took many of the same psychology classes.
The couple met in 2017 through the suggestion of a mutual friend who thought they might find they had much in common. And they did.
The couple met in 2012 through a mutual friend at a party in New York.
The couple met in 2014 through OkCupid, the dating website.
The bride and groom met while students at the Matawan-Aberdeen Middle School in New Jersey.
The couple met in 2014 when a mutual friend, who knew they were both sports fans and thought they’d make a good match, introduced them.
A chief resident in orthopedic surgery at the Hospital for Special Surgery marries a vice president at an arbitrage company.
The couple met three years ago on Tinder. They were married at Christ Church in Philadelphia.
Emily Glazer and Kevin Clark, both journalists, met in September 2011 at a Wall Street Journal event for young reporters.
The couple met in 2014 after the groom’s mother suggested he take Ms. Cohen, the daughter of professional and social acquaintances, out for a drink.
Carolina Chiriboga and Clayton DeHaan both work for Bank of America Merrill Lynch. She is in consumer banking, he in wealth management.
The couple met in 2015 through the dating app Coffee Meets Bagel.
The couple met on Tinder in February 2016; they married in Hot Springs National Park, Ark.
And the whole situation felt very James Bond.
The couple met while attending Columbia Law School, and their friendship gradually turned into love.
The newly minted Duchess of Sussex was married in a gown by Clare Waight Keller for Givenchy.
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