Keeping it Simple: Natalie Portman wed Benjamin Millipied in Big Sur over the weekend.
Just last week, Blake Lively wed Ryan Reynolds in a dress of their design.
Prince William and Kate Middleton will wed in Westminster Abbey on April 29, the palace announced Tuesday.
At age 20, Jane wed Bruce Hinckley Robinson, nephew of the now-deceased head of the LDS Church, Gordon Hinckley.
The former priest will wed Elizabeth Lev Glendon in a private wedding at an undisclosed location in the United States.
"If I will wed him to-night, he has promised that you shall go free," she said in a whisper.
I have ever said that a brave lance should wed her; and, by my soul!
Anyway, insisted Dan uneasily, I think wed ought to go back.
"The mountain shall not wed the sea," muttered the envious air.
Im going to stay here, and, if Id have had my way, wed have kicked you out of Silverdale.
Old English weddian "to pledge, covenant to do something, marry," from Proto-Germanic *wadjojanan (cf. Old Norse veðja "to bet, wager," Old Frisian weddia "to promise," Gothic ga-wadjon "to betroth"), from PIE root *wadh- "to pledge, to redeem a pledge" (cf. Latin vas, genitive vadis "bail, security," Lithuanian vaduoti "to redeem a pledge"). Sense remained "pledge" in other Germanic languages (cf. German Wette "bet, wager"); development to "marry" is unique to English. "Originally 'make a woman one's wife by giving a pledge or earnest money', then used of either party" [Buck]. Related: Wedded; wedding.