And: Finding love close to home.
Caroline Matthews and Connor McCarthy met during graduate school at Stanford, while both were on a Buddhist meditation retreat in the Himalayas.
Raquel Begleiter and David Godow talked about the Byzantine Empire when they met in Washington in 2015. Their relationship became “a long-distance Odyssey.”
Sree Arimilli and Sandheep Surendran lived nearby in San Francisco and shared striking similarities. But they didn’t come together until they called on astrological forces (and a dating app).
Claire Conroy Brown and Karin Gist met on the set of the TV show “Girlfriends.” They remained good friends for several years, though neither couldn’t deny a certain chemistry.
When Colorado Gov. Jared Polis and Marlon Reis met in 2003 neither imagined they would one day be married.
Samir Doshi popped the question to Leslie Arffa after filling their home with wall-to-wall flowers and candles. He hid the living room and kitchen furniture in the bedroom.
Alexa Wilhelm and Ikaika Sarme, who met at a Halloween party five years ago, were married on a ranch on the Big Island.
Matthew Sipe and Ryan Watzel met in 2012 at Yale Law School and became fast friends.
Natalie Wengroff and Paul Wiley met during their first year of law school at Washington & Lee University.
Marissa Arnold and Joseph Deaux dated for a few months in 2014, but broke up to care for their mothers, both of whom were diagnosed with cancer. When they reconnected in 2017, they fell for each ...
Constance Collins and Matthew Steuer, 24 years her senior, met five years ago as each was about to begin a teaching job in Africa.
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As vaccine rollout continues, the pressures of online dating are back. So is the idea of outsourcing the matchmaking to your Jewish parents.
Joseph Schneier had spent the last year transitioning when he met Allie Brashears. More challenges (and a pandemic) came after their 2018 wedding, but so did an outdoor fire pit.
Thousands of international couples, separated by Covid-19 travel restrictions, have found a surprising lifeboat in Provo, Utah, where the wedding process has been fully virtualized.
Couples turned to livestreaming platforms to share their nuptials last year. Now, smaller in-person weddings with a virtual option offer the best of both worlds.
Experts share their best ideas for newlyweds who are craving something more interactive.
Kaitlin Flannery and John Mancini met in Palo Alto, Calif., and moved across the country together, until a shocking diagnosis meant they had to live apart for a while.
A divorced mother of two finds a new sense of pride in learning how to manage a home and much more, on her own.