Mattson’s best friend since sixth grade, Corey Wu, was an accounting classmate of Ms. After coffee they decided to have dinner, then go for a walk and have ice cream, and walk some more. One palm read “Greg,” in elegant script; the other “Jas.”A Forecast Ms. Mattson’s Saturday ceremony was held during a nor’easter. Kaur acknowledged the downpour, and offered an explanation: “My mom always used to tell me that if I licked the spoon while she was cooking, it would rain on my wedding day.
Kaur’s at Rider, they met in Princeton, a town between their then-residences, his in Old Bridge and hers in Morristown. Their date lasted seven hours, past 2 a.m.“Greg was just this cute guy with really blue eyes, and I like to learn and he was a researcher, and I was like, great, he’s interesting,” Ms. Most of the men she had been meeting online were not. Kaur wore a traditional white wedding gown in an A-line shape with a lace, boat-neck top, Mr. About 90 guests lined the pews, some who had made the trip from India.
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Kaur was his “bagel of the day,” the site’s parlance for the person he was matched with and had 24 hours to pursue.“I was checking my phone now and then, but I had no signal,” he said.
It was late in the day by the time he kicked the dirt off his boots and saw a picture of a wavy haired, big-smiling Indian woman on the app. I was like, yes, let’s try this.”Days later, after a flurry of texts in which they found that Mr. Kaur, including his work at the time as a physics researcher at Rutgers University, proved worth exploring in a more in-depth way. Kaur, in a floor-length ivory gown, showed off the henna tattoos that had been applied to her hands for the occasion.
Though both were unattached 20-year-old accounting students at the time, Ms. Kaur outlining a few must-haves for her future wedding.“She liked a lot of greenery, and there was this flower crown she wanted to wear that was really earthy and ethereal,” said Ms.
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