Fewer people are getting married in Northern Ireland and those who take the plunge are waiting longer to do so, according to official figures - but those of us in the Causeway Coast and Glens Council area are still pretty romantic!
Last year, there were 8,126 marriages, down 4.2% on the 2012 figure of 8,480, the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) said.
However, in Causeway Coast and Glens - which takes in Limavady, Coleraine, Ballymoney and Moyle Council areas - there were 868 marriages and 83.38% of those couples had not previously been married.
Less than half of Causeway Coast and Glens couples (47.38%) lived together before marriage.
In Northern Ireland, about 30% of marriages in 2013 - 2,499 - were civil ceremonies.
Brides were aged 31 on average, while grooms were 34; about five years older than the figures from two decades ago.
When it comes to people getting married at a younger age, 14% of brides and 6.8% of grooms last year were aged under 25. Ten years ago, the figure was 24% for women and 12% for men.
One hundred same-sex civil partnerships were registered in 2013; just one fewer than the year before.
The number of divorces last year - 2,403 - was just four more than the previous year. NISRA said this figure was comparable to the average over the last two decades “and notably lower than the peak of 2,913 divorces recorded in 2007”.
In the Causeway Coast and Glens area, there were 391 divorces last year.
Two Saturdays were the most popular days for weddings in 2013, with 93 couples getting married on both 17 August and 28 September. The number of weddings varied throughout the year, from just 200 in January to 1,305 in August.