This Week’s Wedding Announcements

Georgia Kostopoulos and Jacob Rae

Georgia Vasiliki Kostopoulos and Jacob Michael Rae met in Washington in March 2014 at a career weekend sponsored by N.Y.U. School of Law.

It was an instant connection. “I was at a table and Jake came over and started talking, and he was funny and sweet and seemed like a very interesting person,” Ms. Kostopoulos said. “I felt like I had always known him, and couldn’t imagine a time when I hadn’t.”

Mr. Rae said he “instantly realized that Georgia was a very charismatic person.” He talked to her for hours, and over the next few months, they settled into a close friendship.

But whenever Mr. Rae tried to stretch the boundaries of their friendship, he noticed that Ms. Kostopoulos seemed to make excuses about why she wasn’t able to spend free time with him. Weeks would also go by, he said, without seeing her in class.

He eventually asked her out on a date, and learned the reason behind Ms. Kostopoulos’s excuses and absences. Her mother had been diagnosed with an aggressive Stage 4 cancer. Convinced that her life as a caregiver of a dying parent was too chaotic to impose on anyone else, Ms. Kostopoulos reluctantly turned Mr. Rae down and the two agreed to remain friends.

Ms. Kostopoulos expected Mr. Rae to fade from her life, but with each passing day, as she shared more about her mother’s illness and care with him, he remained a calming and welcome presence.

“I felt that there was nothing that was getting thrown at him that he couldn’t handle,” Ms. Kostopoulos said.

The two eventually began dating, and in April 2015, Mr. Rae was invited to a Greek Easter celebration with Ms. Kostopoulos and her mother. “My mom got to know Jacob really, really well and liked him very much,” Ms. Kostopoulos said.

About a year later, Ms. Kostopoulos’s mother died. By that time, Ms. Kostopoulos had missed most of her law school exams for the semester, and it was unclear whether she would be able to complete her degree without taking time off.

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Maria Joan King and Max Savage

Ms. King recalled a brief meeting when a mutual friend introduced her to Mr. Savage in June 2014 after Parquet Courts played at the Sugar Hill Supper Club in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn.

“The music was energizing and the lyrics were very political and intellectual,’’ Ms. King said. “The crowd was excited and super-energized. I was not in the fray.”

The encounter with her, in the chaotic moment after the show, did not register with Mr. Savage. “I think I was preoccupied,” he said. “I was either looking for food, or loading out our gear.”

In early September, she did not escape his notice when they ended up hanging out with mutual friends at the Johnson’s, a bar in Bushwick, Brooklyn. “I remember asking her what she was doing the next day,’’ he said. “She said she might be going to a concert.” He immediately countered with, “We should just get drinks instead.’’

The next night over Old Fashioned cocktails at the Three Diamond Door bar in Bushwick, they bonded over classic American diners, Russian literature and their eclectic music tastes. They were especially excited about their shared passion: They could sing along to most ’90s alternative radio hits.

Later that evening they went to a birthday celebration at 7B Horseshoe Bar on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, where a jukebox loaded with punk music, including the Strokes, played in the background. Some fans, he recalled, gave him a “real boost” and “a lot of points for the first date.”

“I remember an Australian couple knew Max’s band, and recognized him,” she said.

They began seeing each other on weekends (he skipped a fall band tour to take five math classes to finish up at N.Y.U.), and in November she attended a show for the first time as his girlfriend at Death by Audio, a club formerly in Brooklyn, and met his bandmates and friends. The next spring she accompanied Parquet Courts to the Coachella festival in Indio, Calif. They also went off on their own to places like Joshua Tree National Park.

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Alexandra Feuer, Joseph Portale

Alexandra Willis Feuer and Joseph Charles Portale were married June 29 at Front and Palmer, an events space in a former barrel factory in the South Kensington Art District of Philadelphia. Maura J. Bernt, a nondenominational minister affiliated with Journeys of the Heart, officiated.

The couple met in 2011 at Gettysburg College, from which each graduated, he cum laude.

The bride, 27, is the upper school guidance counselor at Princeton Day School, a private school in Princeton, N.J., from which she graduated. She received a master’s degree in social work from the University of Pennsylvania.

She is the daughter of Carole Kline Feuer and Sherman D. Feuer of Princeton. Her parents own Minuteman Press of Somerville, a midsize commercial printing company in Somerville, N.J. She is the maternal granddaughter of Edward Kline, a human-rights activist focusing on Soviet dissidents in the former Soviet Union.

The groom, 26, is an associate scientist focusing on cancer research and immuno-oncology, at Janssen Pharmaceuticals in Spring House, Pa., and is now pursuing a master’s degree in immunology at Drexel University.

He is the son of Helen A. Portale and Charles F. Portale of North Wales, Pa. The groom’s mother is a banking officer in business banking at Firstrust Bank in Conshohocken, Pa. His father, who is retired, was a manager at the Vanguard Group, an investment company with headquarters in Valley Forge, Pa.

The couple began dating in their sophomore year of college. In August 2018, Mr. Portale proposed under an olive tree in a vineyard at Chateau de Bellet, just outside Nice, France, where Ms. Feuer has spent most summers with her family.

Jeanine Pang, Brent Parsons

Jeanine Celeste Pang and Brent David Parsons were married June 24 at San Francisco City Hall. Norm Dito, a deputy marriage commissioner, officiated. On June 8, Jeffrey J. Yu, a cousin of the bride, led the couple in their vows, with Jeff Parsons, a brother of the groom, participating at El Fenn, a private riad in Marrakesh, Morocco.

Ms. Pang, 35, is a senior creative director of concept and storytelling at Old Navy, a fashion retail company based in San Francisco. She is also a freelance journalist. She graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, and received a master’s degree in journalism from Columbia.

She is a daughter of Jacqueline H. Chang and Shui-Hin Pang, both of Fremont, Calif. The bride’s father, who is retired, was a transportation engineer in Oakland, Calif., at the California Department Transportation, based in Sacramento, Calif. Her mother retired as the owner and an instructor at a Kumon learning center in Warm Springs, Calif.

Mr. Parsons, also 35, works in San Francisco as a postdoctoral research fellow focusing on scientific and clinical studies of visual processing at the Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute. He graduated from Vanderbilt, and received a Ph.D. in vision science from the University of California, Berkeley.

He is a son of Mary Lou Parsons and Michael G. Parsons of Newark, Calif. The groom’s mother is a flight attendant at Southwest Airlines, based in Oakland, Calif. His father, who is retired, worked as an engineer and a project manager in Cupertino, Calif., at Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, a manufacturer of servers and mainframes.

The couple, who both grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, met in 2016 through the League dating app. On their first date, Mr. Parsons told Ms. Pang he would be leaving in a few months to work on a postdoctorate on time perception at the International School for Advanced Studies in Trieste, Italy. They maintained a long-distance relationship for the next two years, during which they met up in places including Madagascar; Reykjavik, Iceland; Shanghai; and Paris. In 2018, they met in the Italian Alps, and then flew to Morocco, where Mr. Parsons proposed on the rooftop of El Fenn.

Anne Choike, Gabriel Rauterberg

Anne Marie Choike and Gabriel Virgil Rauterberg were married June 29. The Rev. Dr. Allan J. White performed the ceremony at St. John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church in Caledon, Ontario.

The bride and groom teach at law schools — she as an assistant clinical professor at Wayne State University in Detroit and he as an assistant professor at the University of Michigan.

Ms. Choike, 35, is also the director of the Wayne State’s business and community law clinic, which provides free transactional legal assistance to community-based businesses, nonprofit groups and social enterprises. She graduated from Cornell, and received both a law degree and a master’s degree in urban planning from Michigan.

She is the daughter of Elzbieta Mscichowska and Lawrence J. Choike, both of Shelby Township, Mich. The bride’s father retired as a probation officer in Mount Clemens, Mich., for the Michigan Department of Corrections. Her mother retired as a steel-parts buyer in the Pontiac, Mich., purchasing division of General Motors, the automobile company.

Mr. Rauterberg, 34, is also an author of “The New Stock Market: Law, Economics and Policy” (Columbia University Press, 2019). He graduated from the University of Toronto, and received a law degree from Yale.

He is the son of Ludmilla M. Rauterberg and John C. Rauterberg of Mississauga, Ontario. The groom’s mother was a stay-at-home parent. His father is a business consultant in Toronto.

The couple met at a faculty lunch and research presentation at Michigan, when Ms. Choike was also there, on a clinical law fellowship.

Elizabeth Paton, James Wise

Elizabeth Cecily Paton and James Paul Wise were married June 28 in a civil ceremony at Sibton Park in Suffolk, England. Becci Sharpe, a registrar in Saxmundham for the Suffolk County Council, officiated.

On June 29, the couple took part in a celebration ceremony, also at Sibton Park. Sir Nigel Carrington, the bride’s uncle, led the ceremony.

The bride, 32, is the Styles correspondent in Europe for The New York Times and is based in the London bureau. She has a master’s degree in English literature from Balliol College, Oxford University.

She is a daughter of Julia M. Paton of London and the late Hugh Paton. The bride’s mother is a psychotherapist in private practice in London. Her father was a managing director at JPMorgan Chase, also in London. The bride is also a stepdaughter of John Studzinski of New York. Her stepfather, who works in New York, is a managing director and vice chairman of Pimco, the global investment management firm.

The groom, 33, is a partner in Balderton Capital, a venture capital firm in London, and a founder of the Social Business Trust, a London-based charity. He received a master’s degree in politics, philosophy and economics at Christ Church, Oxford University.

He is the son of Paul Wise of Cheshire, England, and Kay Fitchew, also of Cheshire. The groom’s father owns a car dealership in South Manchester, England, that bears his name. The groom is also the stepson of Jonathan Fitchew.

The couple were introduced at a dinner in New York by a mutual friend in August 2013 when the bride was working as a news reporter for The Financial Times in New York and the groom was based in London.

Despite attending the same university and sharing many friends, they had never met. They soon embarked on a long-distance relationship that became considerably shorter in January 2015, when the bride moved back to London.

The groom proposed in October 2018 on the rooftop of the Ludlow Hotel on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, where their relationship began.

Rina Cohen, Eric Weil

Rina Malia Cohen and Eric Jacob Weil are to be married June 30. Rabbi Yale M. Fishman is to officiate at the Wilshire Grand Hotel in West Orange, N.J.

The bride, 29, will take her husband’s name. She is an account manager at BluPrint Digital, an advertising company in Los Angeles that specializes in theater. During the school year, she also teaches the Hebrew alphabet, Jewish history and Israeli culture to fourth-graders in Sunday school at Kehillat Israel, a congregation in Pacific Palisades, Calif. She graduated from the University of Southern California.

She is the daughter of Sharon Mark Cohen and Arnold Shep Cohen of South Orange, N.J. The bride’s father is a partner in Oxfeld Cohen, a law firm in Newark, and is also an adjunct professor of law at Rutgers School of Law in Newark and the host of “The World of Work,” a weekly program on WDVR-FM in Sergeantsville, N.J. Her mother speaks on genealogical matters and is a contributing writer at The New Jersey Jewish Link, a weekly newspaper in Hackensack, N.J.

The groom, 27, is an independent television development executive in Los Angeles who was until February a development executive in the television division of Paramount in Los Angeles. He graduated from Boston University.

He a son of Bena Weil and Steven Weil of Fair Lawn, N.J. The groom’s parents owned and operated the Party Box, a retail party store that was in Lodi, N.J., and are now retired.

The couple met in 2015 when both worked at a talent agency in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Stephanie Horner, Charles Covington Jr.

Stephanie Michelle Horner and Charles Stephen Covington Jr. were married June 30 at the Lady of Mount Carmel Church in Santa Barbara, Calif. The Rev. John W. Love, a minister ordained through the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and a dean of Santa Barbara County parishes, performed the ceremony.

Ms. Horner, 28, works in New York as an ad operations business manager for AMG Parade, a multichannel media company with headquarters in Nashville. She graduated from the University of Miami.

She is a daughter of Yolanda S. Horner of Goleta, Calif., and the late Simon G. Horner.

Mr. Covington, also 28, is an engagement manager with McKinsey and Company a management consulting firm in New York. He graduated with high honors from the University of Texas at Austin.

He is a son of Pamela Y. Covington and Charles S. Covington of Colleyville, Tex.

The couple met in 2015 through the League, an online dating service.

Laura Leeker, Kyle Priddle

Laura Christine Leeker and Kyle Edward Priddle were married June 29 at the Duke Mansion in Charlotte, N.C. Bridget Sweeney, an ordained Metaphysical minister, officiated.

The bride, 33, who graduated from Auburn University, is a Ph.D. candidate in the history of art at Ohio State, and a teaching assistant there in the history of art department. She received a master’s degree in that same subject from the Courtauld Institute of Art in London.

She is the daughter of Judith Ann Leeker and Donald George Leeker Jr. of St. Louis. The bride’s father retired as the president of the Olympic Marine Company, an operator of barges on the Mississippi, Missouri, Illinois and Ohio Rivers. Her mother retired as an accounting manager at Southwestern Bell in St. Louis.

The groom, who is 37 and works in Charlotte, is a vice president for business intelligence at Charter Communications, a telecommunications company based in Stamford, Conn. He graduated summa cum laude from Eastern Illinois University.

He is the son of Joyce R. Gerber and the stepson of Wesley W. Gerber of St. Charles, Mo. The groom’s mother is a marketing manager at EFC International, a provider of specialty engineered fasteners and components required by the automotive industry, based in St. Louis.

The couple met in St. Louis in 2015.

Sabrina Rahman, Haseeb Frahmand

Dr. Sabrina Rahman and Haseeb Frahmand were married June 29 in a traditional Muslim ceremony. Samiullah Safi, an imam, officiated at the Falls Church Marriott Fairview Park, a hotel in Falls Church, Va.

Dr. Rahman, 33, is an attending physician for emergency medicine at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New Hyde Park, N.Y., and is also an associate clinical professor for emergency medicine at the Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell, in Hempstead, N.Y. In August, she is to become an emergency medicine attending physician at MedStar Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, and also at MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital Center in Clinton, Md. She graduated from Cornell and received a medical degree from the State University of New York, Stony Brook.

She is a daughter of Dr. Sultana Y. Rahman and Dr. Mohammed Z. Rahman of Roslyn, N.Y. The bride’s father is an attending physician for internal medicine at Kings County Hospital and an assistant clinical professor of internal medicine at the SUNY Downstate Medical Center, both in Brooklyn. Her mother is an attending physician for family medicine at Stony Brook University Hospital and an assistant clinical professor of family medicine at Stony Brook’s Renaissance School of Medicine.

Mr. Frahmand, 31, is the director for operations loss and prevention at the Courtyard Marriott Capitol Hill/Navy Yard, a Washington hotel. He graduated from George Mason University, where he is now a candidate for an M.B.A.

He is a son of Kamela Frahmand and Habibullah Frahmand of Springfield, Va. The groom’s mother was a midwife in Kabul, Afghanistan, and then was a stay-at-home parent. His father is a contractor for the Defense Intelligence Agency in Washington, and was until 1995 the president for planning and policy at Afghanistan’s Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, also in Kabul.

The bride and groom met in November 2017 through a dating app.

Jocelyn Hinman, Michael Coffee

Jocelyn Ann Hinman and Michael Allen Coffee were married June 29 at the First Presbyterian Church in Rome, N.Y. The Rev. Kate Dunn, a Presbyterian minister, performed the ceremony.

Dr. Hinman, 29, will be an adjunct assistant professor and postdoctoral research associate at Teachers College, Columbia University in September. She graduated cum laude from Colgate and received a master’s degree and a doctoral degree in special education from Columbia.

She is a daughter of Linda Caspar Hinman and Kirk B. Hinman of Rome. The bride’s father, who is retired, was the president of the Rome Strip Steel Company. Her mother was a stay-at-home parent.

Mr. Coffee, 31, is a senior legal counsel with the bank HSBC in New York. He graduated magna cum laude from Providence College and received a law degree from George Washington University.

He is the son of Anne S. Coffee of Wilmington, N.C., and Jeff A. Coffee of Carmel, Ind. The groom’s mother is the president of Outcome, a drug and alcohol testing company in Wilmington. His father is an electrical engineer with the Rolls-Royce Corporation in Indianapolis.

The couple met in Manhattan in 2016 through a mutual friend.

Kara Morgenstern, Charles Gary

Kara Allyn Morgenstern and Charles Edward Gary were married June 29 in Island Park, N.Y. Rabbi Jack M. Zanerhaft officiated at Bridgeview Yacht Club.

Mrs. Gary, 31, is the chief of speech pathology at Metropolitan Hospital in New York. She graduated from the University of Virginia and received a master’s degree in speech pathology from the University of Florida. She is now a candidate for a master’s degree in health administration at Columbia.

She is a daughter of Linda Levine Morgenstern and Mark J. Morgenstern of Long Beach, N.Y. The bride’s father retired as a lawyer in private practice in New York. Her mother is the executive vice president for sales in the New York office of the Godinger Silver Art Company, a dinnerware and giftware manufacturer.

Mr. Gary, 32, is a senior associate counsel in the legal department for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in New York, and is in charge of real estate condemnation. He graduated from the State College of New York at Geneseo, and received a law degree from Albany Law School.

He is the son of Barbara N. Gary and David S. Gary of Syosset, N.Y. The groom’s parents, both lawyers, are retired. His mother was a counsel at Marshall & Marshall in Jericho, N.Y. His father was a litigation counsel at Travelers, the insurance company; he worked in the company’s Melville, N.Y., office.

The couple met in 2015 through the dating website OkCupid.

Katherine Dopulos, Nicholas McCormick

Katherine Marie Dopulos and Nicholas Michael McCormick were married June 29 in Syracuse. The Rev. Dr. Brian E. Konkol, a Lutheran minister and the dean of Syracuse University’s Hendricks Chapel, performed the ceremony there.

Mrs. McCormick, 28, is a lead analyst in the Syracuse office of Bank of New York Mellon. She graduated from Haverford College, and is a candidate for a master’s degree in applied data science at Syracuse University. She is also an associate on the Haverford College board of managers.

She is a daughter of Christine E. Larsen and Vincent P. Dopulos of Montclair, N.J. The bride’s father is a counselor and therapist in private practice with offices in Montclair and in New York. Her mother retired in March as the chief operating officer, in New York, at the First Data Corporation, which manages debit and credit card transactions. She is a trustee of Syracuse University.

Mr. McCormick, 29, is a structural engineer at S.R. Sloan, a truss manufacturer, in Whitesboro, N.Y. He graduated from Clarkson University.

He is a son of Linda M. McCormick and Dennis A. McCormick of Oneida, N.Y. The groom’s mother is a letter carrier, in Oneida, for the United States Postal Service. His father is a corrections officer at Mohawk Correctional Facility, a state prison in Rome, N.Y.

The couple met at a Syracuse beer garden in 2016.

Nicole Rosen, Michael Singer

Nicole Suzanne Rosen and Michael Brandon Singer were married June 29 at the St. Regis in Manhattan. Rabbi Eric Eisenkramer officiated.

Mrs. Singer, 33, is a development officer at the Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation in the Bronx. She graduated cum laude from N.Y.U., from which she also received a master’s degree in real estate.

She is the daughter of Karen Rosen and Kenneth Rosen of Manhattan. The bride’s father, who works in Manhattan, is the chairman of the bankruptcy department at Lowenstein Sandler, a corporate law firm with offices in Palo Alto, Calif.; Washington; and Roseland, N.J. He is also the chairman of the New York City Opera, a member of the Lincoln Center Business Council and a board member of RWJ Barnabas Health. Her mother is a retired teacher who taught first grade at Grandview Elementary School in North Caldwell, N.J.

Mr. Singer, 34, is a procurement analyst at Unilever, the Anglo-Dutch consumer products company in Englewood Cliffs, N.J. He served in the Army from 2011 to 2015, deploying to South Korea during that time and attaining the rank of captain. He was awarded the Army Commendation Medal. He graduated from Emory University and received a law degree from South Texas College of Law in Houston.

He is the son of Lea Tatar and Robert Singer, both of Houston. He is also the stepson of Steven Tatar. The groom’s mother is a project director in the endocrine neoplasia department at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. His father is a lawyer in private practice, also in Houston.

The couple met in 2005 during a trip to Israel, then drifted apart before reconnecting in 2015.

Ben Horvath, Andrew Begel

Ben John Horvath and Andrew Brian Begel are to be married June 30 at Robinswood House, a historic mansion and events space in Bellevue, Wash. Rabbi Seth Goldstein is to officiate.

Mr. Horvath (left), 40, is a librarian specializing in information literacy and instruction for high school and college students. He graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and received a master’s degree in library and information science from the University of Washington.

He is the son of James Horvath of Austin, Tex., and the late Antoinette Horvath. His father, who is retired, was a lieutenant in the Austin Fire Department. His mother was a stay-at-home parent.

Mr. Begel, 44, is a senior researcher for Microsoft in Redmond, Wash., where he studies the working relationships of software engineers and develops accessible technologies to help people with disabilities. He graduated from M.I.T. and received a Ph.D. in computer science from the University of California, Berkeley.

He is a son of Dianne Begel and Dr. Howard Begel of West Palm Beach, Fla. His father, who is retired, was an oral and maxillofacial surgeon in Monroe, N.Y. His mother was a stay-at-home parent.

Mr. Begel’s previous marriage ended in divorce.

The couple met in June 2015 through the dating site, and a month later had their first date kayaking in Seattle.

Kelly McCampbell, David Boyajian

Kelly Ann McCampbell and David John Boyajian were married June 29 at the Chapel of St. Edward the Confessor at Casady School in Oklahoma City. The Rev. John Marlin, an Episcopal priest, performed the ceremony.

The bride, 29, is a senior consultant in New York at Deloitte Consulting, where she works with national security clients. She graduated from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va. She is to pursue an M.B.A. degree from Yale. She is the daughter of Donna K. McCampbell and Robert G. McCampbell of Oklahoma City.

The bride is a descendant of Abraham Clark, a signer of the Declaration of Independence.

The groom, 31, is an associate director at UBS Investment Bank in New York, where he focuses on the technology, media and telecommunications industries. He graduated from George Washington University and received an M.B.A. from Georgetown. In 2008 and 2012, the groom served as an aide during the campaigns of the Republican presidential nominees, Senator John McCain and Mitt Romney, now a senator from Utah.

He is the son of Jody B. Boyajian and Jack J. Boyajian Jr. of Hudson, Mass.

The couple met in 2015 at Pizzeria Paradiso in Washington.

Julie Lindenman, Dayne Jervis

Julie Michele Lindenman and Dayne Allan Jervis were married June 29 at Southwood Estate in Germantown, N.Y. Dave Goldstein, a minister with American Marriage Ministries, officiated.

The bride, 33, owns a wedding and events production company in New York that bears her name. She graduated magna cum laude from Gettysburg College.

She is a daughter of Patricia M. Lindenman of Middlebury, Conn., and the late Dr. Neil M. Lindenman. The bride’s father was an ear, nose and throat specialist as well as a facial plastic surgeon at three private practices throughout the Greater Waterbury area in Connecticut. Her mother, who is retired, served as an administrator at all three practices.

The groom, 31, works in enterprise account management for financial services at Microsoft’s New York headquarters. He graduated from Lehigh University and received an M.B.A. from Dartmouth.

He is a son of Margaret Jervis and Peter Jervis of Kingston, Jamaica. The groom’s mother is a senior partner in DunnCox, a Kingston law firm. A collector of fine art, she also sits on the board of the National Gallery of Jamaica. His father is a consulting engineer with landmark projects in Jamaica that include the International Airport in Kingston.

The couple met in New York in 2014.

Margaret Thornton, Nathan Reeder

Margaret Elizabeth Thornton and Nathan Bart Reeder were married June 29 at Nesselrod Bed and Breakfast in Radford, Va. The Rev. Rachel Wenner Gardner, an Episcopal priest, performed the ceremony.

The bride, 32, is studying for a Ph.D. in educational leadership and policy at the University of Virginia, from which she graduated and also received a master’s of education in secondary English curriculum and instruction.

She is the daughter of Juanita McLaughlin Thornton and Timothy W. Thornton of Shawsville, Va. The bride’s father is a writer and a recipient of the Phillip D. Reed Memorial Award for outstanding writing on the southern environment and the Virginia Press Association’s D. Lathan Mims Award. Her mother is a social worker and team leader at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital in Roanoke, Va.

The groom, 30, is an associate specializing in litigation at Duane Morris, a law firm in Philadelphia. He graduated summa cum laude from Emory University, and received a law degree from the University of Virginia.

He is a son of Kathie Hall Reeder and Stephen C. Reeder of Social Circle, Ga. The groom’s mother retired as a kindergarten teacher at George Walton Academy, a private school in Monroe, Ga. His father, who worked in Griffin, Ga., retired as the senior vice president for performance chemicals at Koppers, a Pittsburgh-based integrated global producer of carbon compounds, chemicals, and treated wood products.

The couple met in 2016 through the dating app Tinder.

Sally Holmes, Christopher Magalhaes

Sarah Keyes Holmes and Christopher Paul Magalhaes were married June 28. The Rev. R. John Nelson, a minister of the Federation of Christian Ministries, officiated at Brooklyn Botanic Garden.

The bride, 32, who is known as Sally, is the digital director of Marie Claire magazine in Manhattan. She graduated from Boston College.

She is the daughter of Patricia S. Holmes and Theodore E. Holmes of Manhattan. Her father, who is retired, was a producer for CBS News and “CBS Sunday Morning” and her mother, who is also retired, was an executive producer for the “CBS Evening News,” both in Manhattan. The bride’s mother is a docent at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The groom, 34, works in Manhattan as the chief investment officer for Inclusive Prosperity Capital, a clean energy finance investment fund with offices in Stamford, Conn., and Rocky Hill, Conn. He graduated from N.Y.U. and received an M.B.A. from Yale.

He is the son of Monica L. Magalhaes of Paramus, N.J., and Paul E. Magalhaes of Edgewater, N.J. The groom’s mother is an accounting consultant at Ultrafabrics, a manufacturer in Tarrytown, N.Y.

The couple met in 2016 at a diner in Manhattan.

Avery McNeil, Daniel Kay

Avery Sophia Daley McNeil and Daniel Zachary Kay were married June 29 at Willow Ridge Farm in Putnam Valley, N.Y. David E. McCraw, the deputy general counsel at The New York Times who became a Universal Life minister for the occasion, officiated.

The couple are each criminal defense lawyers at the Bronx Defenders in the South Bronx, a nonprofit organization that provides free legal representation. She is also the specialist in alternatives to incarceration, and he also supervises and trains new lawyers.

Ms. McNeil, 33, graduated from Columbia and received a law degree from N.Y.U.

She is a daughter of Suzanne Daley of Manhattan and Donald G. McNeil Jr. of Brooklyn. The bride’s parents both work at The Times. Her father is a science reporter covering global health. Her mother is the associate managing editor for international print, and from 2005 to 2010 was the national editor.

Mr. Kay, 30, graduated magna cum laude from Amherst College and received a law degree from Vanderbilt.

He is the son of Dr. Marilyn C. Kay and Dr. Jonathan Kay, both of Madison, Wis. The groom’s parents both work at the University of Wisconsin Madison School of Medicine and Public Health. His mother, a neuro-ophthalmologist, is an associate professor of ophthalmology. His father, a cardiac anesthesiologist, is an associate professor of anesthesiology.

The couple collided several times rushing about their office, and in spring 2015 stood still long enough and formally met in criminal court just after Mr. Kay defended a client before a judge, and Ms. McNeil was waiting for her case to be called. About two weeks later he stopped by her cubicle to ask her out, and they had their first date at a restaurant in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Laura Kraisinger, Eric Shih

Laura Katherine Kraisinger and Eric Nai-Chung Shih were married June 29 at the Inn at Perry Cabin in St. Michaels, Md. The Rev. William F. Mies, a minister with Citi Ministries, officiated.

Mrs. Shih, 26, is an account manager in New York for Amazon Advertising. She graduated from N.Y.U.

She is the daughter of Alison Kraisinger and Jerome J. Kraisinger of Bethesda, Md. The bride’s father is the senior vice president, general counsel and secretary at Avendra, a business management consulting firm in Rockville, Md. Her mother, who is retired, was a British diplomat in Washington, who also served as an attaché at the British Embassy in Beijing.

Mr. Shih, 41, is the senior vice president for business development at Teads, a global media platform based in New York. He graduated cum laude from Georgetown and received a master’s degree in music business from N.Y.U.

He is the son of Gina Shih of Succasunna, N.J., and the late Edward Shih. The groom’s father, who is retired, worked in the mergers and acquisitions division of AT&T in Basking Ridge, N.J. His mother was a stay-at-home parent.

The couple met in 2015 when the bride accepted an internship at Teads, a global media platform, where the groom was working.

In Hae Lee, Eugene Baek

In Hae Lee and Eugene Baek were married June 24 at the Redeemer Presbyterian Church West Side in Manhattan. The Rev. Bijan Mirtolooi, a Presbyterian minister, performed the ceremony. On Aug. 23, Mr. Mirtolooi, will lead the couple in a second ceremony where they will exchange vows at the Brooklyn Winery in Brooklyn.

Dr. Lee, 30, is a postdoctoral fellow studying developmental genetics at Rockefeller University in Manhattan. She graduated cum laude from the University of Washington, Seattle, and received a Ph.D. in biological sciences with a concentration in developmental genetics from Rockefeller University.

She is the daughter of Ok Mi Kim and Ui Won Lee of Auburn, Wash.

Mr. Baek, 32, is a vice president for legal and compliance at the Blackstone Group, a private equity and financial services firm in Manhattan. He graduated from Wesleyan University and received a law degree from Columbia.

He is a son of Heakyung Baek and Hanyoung Baek of Fort Lee, N.J.

The couple met in 2014 at the Manhattan Cornerstone Presbyterian Church.

Lillian Cunningham, Jim Tankersley

Lillian Cunningham and Jim Tankersley were married June 24 at Theodore Roosevelt County Park in Montauk, N.Y. The Rev. Nathan A. Barczi, a Presbyterian minister who is a college friend of the groom, officiated.

Ms. Cunningham, 35, is a journalist at The Washington Post, where she has created and hosted several podcasts on American history, including “Moonrise,” “Presidential” and “Constitutional.” She graduated with general honors from the University of Chicago, and received a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern.

She is a daughter of Christine V. Cunningham and Richard E. Cunningham of New York.

The groom, 41, is a domestic correspondent in the Washington bureau of The New York Times, where he covers taxes and economic policy. He graduated from Stanford.

He is a son of Janet Ficken Tankersley and Thomas C. Tankersley of McMinnville, Oregon.

The groom’s previous marriage ended in divorce.

The couple met in 2014 while both were working in the financial section of The Post. They got to know each other a bit better two years later after Ms. Cunningham interviewed Mr. Tankersley on the economics of pre-Civil War America for her “Presidential” podcast series. Their first date was at Teddy and the Bully Bar, a Theodore Roosevelt-themed restaurant in Washington.

Julia Ding, Henry Fong

Dr. Julia Han Ding and Dr. Henry Fong were married June 29 at Storrier Stearns Japanese Garden in Pasadena, Calif. Norman Alexander, a Universal Life minister, officiated.

Dr. Ding, 30, recently completed an anesthesiology residency at NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Irving Medical Center in New York, where she was selected as a chief resident. In August, she is to begin a fellowship in pain medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. She graduated with highest honors from the University of Texas and received a medical degree with distinction from the Chicago Medical School.

She is a daughter of Jianying Peng and George Y.G. Ding of Naperville, Ill. The bride’s father works in Beijing as a business development executive at SenseTime, a computer vision and artificial intelligence technology company based in Hong Kong. The bride’s mother is a computer programmer for Molex, which makes connectors for electrical and fiber optic equipment based in Lisle, Ill.

Dr. Fong, 32, is a research scientist for SRI International, a technology incubator in Menlo Park, Calif. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, and received a Ph.D. in chemistry from the California Institute of Technology.

He is the son of the late Fanny J .F. Fong and the late Kim S. Fong, who lived in Los Angeles. The groom’s mother was a seamstress in Rosemead, Calif. His father was a chef at Big 3 Seafood Restaurant in Alhambra, Calif.

The couple met in 2012 through OkCupid in Los Angeles.

Louisa Ferguson, Lukasz Mosakowski

Louisa Kathryn Ferguson and Lukasz Mosakowski were married June 27 at City Hall in Brooklyn. A staff member of the clerk’s office officiated.

On July 5, the couple will take part in an outdoor celebration ceremony at Lazienki Palace, a park in Warsaw.

The couple met at Princeton, from which they graduated, the bride magna cum laude.

The bride, 29, is a senior business strategist at Huge, a digital marketing agency in Brooklyn. She also received an M.B.A. from N.Y.U.

She is a daughter of Anne McCauley and Thomas Ferguson of Boston. The bride’s mother is the David H. McAlpin professor of the history of photography and modern art in the art and archaeology department at Princeton. Her father is the director of research and a member of the advisory board for the Institute for New Economic Thinking in Manhattan. He is also a professor emeritus of political science at the University of Massachusetts Boston.

The groom, also 29, is a group product manager for Planning Care at Oscar Health Insurance in Manhattan.

He is the son of Elżbieta Maksymiuk and Paweł Mosakowski of Manhasset, N.Y. The groom’s mother works as the head of risk at Athanor Capital, a Manhattan-based hedge fund. His father is the founder and principal of Summit Place Advisers, an institutional investment and risk consulting firm in Manhasset.

The couple met during their first week at Princeton and developed a close friendship, but they did not start dating until five years later.

Laura Wells, Samuel Murray

Laura Josephine Wells and Samuel Foster Murray were married June 28 at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart in South Bend, Ind. The Rev. Justin Brophy, a Roman Catholic priest, performed the ceremony.

Mrs. Murray, 27, is studying for a Ph.D. in mathematics at Notre Dame. She graduated from Providence College.

She is a daughter of Carol M. Wells and Gregory M. Wells of Meridian, Idaho. The bride’s father is an applications engineer at ASML, a supplier of semiconductor manufacturing equipment in Boise, Idaho. Her mother was a stay-at-home parent.

Dr. Murray, 29, is a postdoctoral research fellow in the psychology and neuroscience department at Duke, where he studies mind-wandering, memory and vigilance. He graduated from Wake Forest and received a Ph.D. in philosophy from Notre Dame.

He is the son of Kirsten Murray and Michael Murray of Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. The groom’s mother, who works remotely from home, is the director of development and public relations for Creative Health Services, an organization based in Pottstown, Pa., that provides behavioral health care. His father is the president and chief executive of the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations, a philanthropical organization that provides financial assistance to educational, religious, cultural, and scientific institutions.

The couple met while playing intramural flag football at Notre Dame.

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