Online Dating The Most Common Way Newlyweds Met In 2017, Survey Says19 percent of brides said they met their spouse through an online dating site or social media this year; up from 14 percent in 2016.
1 In 10 Grooms Now Take Their Wife's Name, Study Says72 percent of married couples said they had adopted the husband's last name, down from the 97 percent of couples over 55 years old.
Former Brides Donating Wedding Dresses To Brides-To-Be In Wake Of Bridal Chain's ClosureBrides across the U.S. have been blindsided by the abrupt bankruptcy of dress brand Alfred Angelo.
5 Tips For Planning A Destination WeddingFive destination wedding planning tips from Sandy Malone, the star of TLC's Wedding Island.
34 Couples Marry For Free At Hennepin County Government CenterIt is a weekend where love is in the air. And for many, there is no better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than walking down the aisle.
Longtime Couples Renew Wedding Vows At Retirement HomeMore than 20 couples who have been married for decades said "yes" to more Friday. At Roseville's Presbyterian Homes Johanna Shores facility, the couples gathered in a soothing chapel, where they were serenaded by music and given chocolate roses.
Gay Couples Exchange Vows During Mount Rushmore CelebrationSeven gay couples exchanged vows and another couple renewed their vows Sunday during a group wedding at Mount Rushmore National Memorial.
NYT: More Women Are Keeping Their Maiden NamesMore women who are getting married are choosing to keep their maiden names. According to a recent New York Times article, about 20 percent of women married in recent years kept their maiden names.
Gay, Straight Couples Say 'I Do' To Justice Kennedy's WordsEmily Smith and Jillian Levine had already chosen a venue, booked a band and written the first draft of the ceremony for their wedding when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that gay couples nationwide have a right to marry. Within minutes of the June 26 ruling, Levine texted her fiancée a rainbow emoji and a question about their ceremony.
33 And Unmarried? Ooh, Hate To Break This To You But ...Researchers say they've figured out the right time to tie to knot. Sociologists at the University of Utah say people should get married between the ages of 28 and 32. Past studies showed that waiting longer to get hitched usually led to more stability, but this new research found that the odds of divorce decline significantly between the ages of 28 and 32.
Gov. Walker Calls Marriage Decision A 'Grave Mistake'Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, who is expected to launch a run for president within weeks, on Friday called the U.S. Supreme Court's decision legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide a "grave mistake" and renewed his call for an amendment to the Constitution allowing states to determine who can marry.
SCOTUS Ruling Makes LGBT Marriage Equality The Law Of The LandThe Supreme Court declared Friday that same-sex couples have a right to marry anywhere in the United States, a historic culmination of two decades of litigation over gay marriage and gay rights generally.