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On Love: A couple’s engagement on the Mall during cherry blossom season makes for a pretty picture.
A ski-loving couple says their vows in the mountains of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Although die-hard fans of rival NCAA teams, a couple finds union during March Madness.
A couple who met in college and then moved to the District get married at the St. Regis Hotel.
After meeting and becoming friends in college, a couple marry when they’re “older and wiser.”
A pair of Skeleton athletes go headfirst down the aisle.
A D.C. couple weds at New York’s Empire State Building on Valentine’s Day.
A couple who met through an impromptu music lesson make a harmonious connection.
Two Johns Hopkins graduates tie the knot at the George Peabody Library in Baltimore.
A couple who met at the Kennedy Center forged a bond over their love of the arts and music.
High-school chemistry turns into a lasting relationship.
After meeting at Harvard, the two fell in love and later married in the bride’s native Australia.
For an Arlington couple, the new year coincides with the start of a new life.
Surprise! This engagement party is a wedding.
After meeting on a dating Web site, they found a sweet connection.
Planning your wedding
Wedding advice from Carolyn Hax
Wedding planning advice from Carolyn Hax over the years
Hate the garter toss? Don’t want dad to walk you down the aisle? Carolyn Hax explains how to buck tradition.
Carolyn Hax on who should pay for the wedding, and what to do when your budget and your wedding plans don’t match.
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Mom finds love as her daughter grows older.
South Korean military exercise, anti-Morsi protests, face transplant patient weds, Easter celebrations and more.
Jennifer Hsu and Brent Dearth each went alone to a lecture.Two years later, they were married.
PHOTOS | A blind date and the blizzard of 2010 combine to spell real love for couple.
After more than 10 years, they tie the knot.
Nothing could keep these two apart.
See how couples in The Post’s “On Love” column broke tradition with wedding fashions, venues and food.