Eric David Wilcox and Matthew Chauncey Warshauer were married Oct. 27 in Los Angeles. Dr. Charles M. Wiener, who was ordained by the Church of Spiritual Humanism and is also the godfather of Mr. Warshauer, officiated at Valentine, an events space.
Mr. Wilcox (left), 36, is a senior designer at Marmol Radziner, an architecture firm in Los Angeles.
He is a son of Nancy Burran Forrest of Amarillo, Tex. Mr. Wilcox’s mother is an assistant professor for reading at Amarillo College, a community college. The groom is also a son of James T. Wilcox, also of Amarillo.
Mr. Warshauer, also 36, is a staff writer in Los Angeles for “3Below: Tales of Arcadia,” a television series that is to debut on Netflix in December. His other credits include “Marvel’s Agent Carter,” an ABC series that was broadcast in 2015-16. He graduated magna cum laude from Northwestern.
He is a son of Mary Farshing Warshauer and James W. Warshauer of Rumson, N.J. Mr. Warshauer’s mother is the second vice president of National Garden Clubs, a horticulture-focused volunteer organization in St. Louis. His father is the president of Warshauer Electric Supply Company, a distributorship in Tinton Falls, N.J.
The couple matched on Tinder, the dating app, in 2014, when Mr. Wilcox was in Los Angeles visiting a friend. The two of them texted often, but they didn’t get together to meet for several months, until Mr. Wilcox was again in Los Angeles.