There are some things you shouldn’t say or do, and some you should, when attending the wedding of a same-sex couple.
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Amanda Flores, who lost all four limbs after suffering sepsis and renal failure, was determined to survive — and to marry Frank Bordoy.
Their love of the ocean, in cold weather or warm, brings a couple together at an unexpected time in their lives.
The couple, both lifelong bagpipe players, met in 2015, after she expressed an interest in joining his competitive pipe band in Manchester, Conn.
They have been married 42 years — and he is still 22 years older than her.
Jonathan Hodge cheered for the world-class luger from afar. Then a chance meeting at a family gathering led to some competitive flirting. They both won.
The couple met at an annual professional conference in 2014. But didn’t share a first kiss until the following year — at the same conference.
They met at military legal training for the Army, and then supported each other through assignments and deployments.
Couples are having viewing parties, featuring a short film or a thousand photographs, as a way to relive and keep celebrating their special day.
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The couple met while working together at Fidelity Investments in August 2013, and started dating three years later.
They met on OkCupid and bonded over feminist issues on their first date at a restaurant in the East Village.
The couple met in Newport, R.I., in the summer of 2013. He was there for a regatta, and she was visiting her parents.
The couple met while studying in London through a program of the University of Southern California.
The couple met at Yale, from which both graduated.
He headed a Staples copy center where she went to print out a law course study outline off her flash drive.
The couple met in 2015 through OkCupid, the dating website.
The couple met in 2012 at Emory University, from which they graduated.
The couple met on Valentine’s Day four years ago during a happy hour in Boston’s financial district.
The couple met in Brooklyn while working for the 2016 Hillary Clinton presidential campaign. The bride’s uncle, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, officiated.
The couple met in 2013 in Richmond at the Republican Party of Virginia’s state convention.
The couple in 2014 met while they were law students at Harvard.
The couple first met at a bar mitzvah when they were each 11 years old.
The couple met at Loyola University Chicago. The bride works for N.Y.U. and the groom works for Graham-Pelton.
The couple met at Cornell, from which both graduated.
The couple met in 2014 through the dating website OkCupid, and they are marrying precisely four years after their first date.
The couple met nearly two years ago at a Chicago bar.
The couple met while attending business school at Stanford, from which each received an M.B.A.
The couple met in 2014, at a Fourth of July party hosted by mutual friends in Hermosa Beach, Calif.
Though the couple lived near each other as children in France and Switzerland, they met in New York on Match.com in 2015.
The couple met at the University of Pennsylvania, from which both graduated magna cum laude.
The couple met in the eighth grade at John Burroughs School in St. Louis.
The couple met in 2013 at a business breakfast that took place on her first day at a new job in Chattanooga. Both say it was love at first sight.
The couple met at the Belmont Stakes when American Pharoah won the Triple Crown.
Pamela Sud and Joshua Harder met at Stanford. She is working on his campaign for Congress in California’s 10th District.
The couple met through mutual friends six years ago.