"I'm that guy you talked to on eHarmony. I swear I'm not a stalker," he wrote to her.
They met as teenagers. As adults, their love required compromise.
The groom, now 90, asked her to lunch. But the bride, now 91, initially turned him down.
She's not crazy about heights. He proposed at the top of a mountain. "Yes!" she said. And then: "How do I get down?"
She'd never dated a military man before, but he looked quite fine in that uniform.
Despite living in different states and even different countries, their love grew.
Her mom arranged for them to go to prom together.
Chris kept going to the bar. Gabrielle always tried to seat him in her section.
"I'm going to marry him," Megan said the first time she saw a photo of Michael.
Brandi Everett and James Chaplin met at church.
They are on the hunt for sponsors large and small, pledging to turn their marriage into a (one hopes) once-in-lifetime marketing opportunity for the right company.
They met as children. Love came later.
Shawn McQuaide and Kyle Christy were married Aug. 27, 2017, in Gibbsboro.