Philadelphia weddings: Melody Dougherty and Kevin Connell

She swiped right. He swiped right. But it took a month for them to meet in person.

Philadelphia weddings: Alexandria Proko and Daniel Kochinsky

His sister tricked them into meeting.

Philadelphia weddings: Alexandria Proko and Daniel Kochinsky

His sister tricked them into meeting.

Philadelphia weddings: Alexa Rae Liccio and Frank Scherer

They didn’t fall in love; they grew in love.

Philadelphia weddings: Alexa Rae Liccio and Frank Scherer

They didn’t fall in love; they grew in love.

Philadelphia weddings: Meghan Babcock and Ryan Curran

The first time she saw him, she told her mom: “I’m going to marry that guy. He’s the cutest thing I’ve ever seen.”

Philadelphia weddings: Meghan Babcock and Ryan Curran

The first time she saw him, she told her mom: “I’m going to marry that guy. He’s the cutest thing I’ve ever seen.”
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Philadelphia weddings: Rolanda Irvin and Anthony Ellis

There first conversation was three hours long.

Philadelphia weddings: Maggie Ebbott and Patrick Haviland

She spent an hour on the StairMaster just to talk to him.

Philadelphia weddings: Chip O’Connell and Elizabeth Convery

The day after the Super Bowl, the couple made their social-media engagement announcement: “The Eagles weren’t the only ones to get a ring this weekend.”

There’s a new clerk in town and a new home for civil weddings in Burlington County. It’s prettier.

Joanne Schwartz, the first woman elected as Burlington County clerk, disliked having couples tie the knot in her drab office so she dressed up a conference room. "Weddings are special," she said.

Valentine’s Day vows: A wedding postponed seven times, a math teacher on her lunch break

Five weddings were performed on Valentine's Day at the Boathouse in Camden County. One for a couple who had postponed their vows seven times; another for a math teacher on her lunch break.

Happy Owlentine’s Day: Temple’s mascot gets married

On Valentine's Day, Temple’s live mascot owl, Stella, said "I do" to her longtime mate, Sherlock, at their home in the Elmwood Park Zoo. Philadelphia Eagles' bald eagle mascot, Noah, officiated the wedding.

An Italian Market romance: 'She tried to poison me with that meal'

South Philly’s marketplace is the backdrop for Mariella and Lee’s love story.

Must love Lenin: Leftists look for dates through new dating service Red Yenta

The service publishes ads on Twitter and Instagram, exclusively catering to leftists looking for other leftists.

In the 2019 dating world, nobody meets in person anymore

“Ten years ago, it was that random encounter. Now, people don’t want to do the traditional thing. They just want to swipe.”

From self-care to dumpling tours, Valentine’s Day is becoming more than flowers and chocolates

Fewer people are celebrating Valentine’s Day traditionally but more still plan to spend their money on some experience or event. So spending on the day is up.

Philadelphia weddings: Elaine Sonnenberg and Shawn Whitelock

They met in the Trader Joe's frozen food aisle in 2016. He proposed in the Trader Joe's frozen food aisle in 2018.

How to make your bae swoon using the right love language this Valentine’s Day

Philly matchmakers have several suggestions for romancing your boo according to their love language.

Philadelphia weddings: Alexandra Meis and Nicholas Larson

Their differences contributed to them falling in love as much as their similarities did, the couple say.

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