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THE COUPLE: Becca Zweig, 32, grew up in Bethesda and graduated from Walt Whitman High School.She is a field marketing manager for software company Yext.THE DRESS: Becca wore a ruched satin Jenny Lee dress from Say Yes for Less in Potomac.A swatch of her mother’s lace wedding dress was sewn between the layers of fabric and visible when the back of the dress was bustled.THE MUSIC: East Coast Entertainment’s Modern Luxe performed at the reception. “They were so good.” For their final song, they played “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen.“Everyone was singing along and jumping up and down.” THE HONEYMOON: The couple honeymooned in the Society Islands of French Polynesia a few days after the wedding.The tables were accented with copper vases and candles, and flower arrangements that held white and pink roses.THE DESSERT: The couple had a doughnut “cake,” a three-tiered stand with Duck Donuts on each level.
Her father passed away eight months after the wedding.Matt Katz, 32, grew up in West Caldwell, New Jersey, and is a general manager for Greystar. HOW THEY MET: Becca and Matt went to the University of Delaware and both majored in hotel, restaurant and institutional management. “I’ve pretty much always had a crush on Becca,” he says.They got to know each other through classes, and at barbecues and tailgates thrown by mutual friends. “It was common knowledge to everyone but Becca.” Although they shared a kiss or two in college, they were just friends.She gave him monogrammed cuff links, also in rose gold.Becca had Matt’s wedding band engraved with the Citizen Cope lyric “you’ve got my tomorrow” from the song “If There’s Love.” Matt had quoted the same lyric in the card he gave Becca during the proposal. But they also wanted to represent their life in New York City.