John F. and Jacqueline Kennedy
How They Met: Jacqueline Bouvier and John F. Kennedy originally had a paparazzi-politician relationship. Jackie began work as a photojournalist for the Washington Times-Herald in 1951, and met JFK while he was in D.C. serving as a congressman and seeking a spot in the Senate. They met in D.C. but had a very sporadic courtship - Jackie covered the queen's coronation in London about that time, while John was busy with his political career. However, the two were engaged by June 1953.
The Wedding: Sept. 12, 1953, St. Mary's Church, Newport, R.I. The pair had an elegant and extravagant wedding with over 800 guests in attendance. An archbishop assisted by four priests married the couple, and a special blessing from the Pope was also read at the ceremony. Over 1200 guests attended the reception at Hammersmith Farm, where they feasted on a four-foot-tall wedding cake.
The Honeymoon: Mexico