“She just brought this new level of love and comfort,” said Mr. Scotland, who graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and received a master’s degree in urban planning from N.Y.U.
Mr. Scotland, who moved into Ms. Giniger’s Brooklyn apartment in February 2018, said that for the last five summers, he has enjoyed “introducing Alexandra to the magic of Martha’s Vineyard,” where he spent many summers of his youth.
They have also enjoyed traveling to more exotic locales — from Hawaii to Guadeloupe to the Azores, and soon to Seychelles, where they will honeymoon in August.
“We call them adventure-cations,” Ms. Giniger said, laughing.
They were engaged on Christmas Day 2019 at the home of Mr. Scotland’s parents, Diane Scotland and Glenn Scotland, in West Orange, N.J.
“We both place a high priority on getting together often with family and friends,” said Ms. Giniger, who graduated from Georgetown, from which she also received a master’s degree in art and museum studies.
They were married June 26 at Lambert’s Cove Inn in West Tisbury, Mass., by Carol Jenkins, who received permission from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to officiate before 145 guests, including the bride’s parents, Dr. Cleonie White and Dr. Sy Giniger, clinical psychologists in Forest Hills, Queens.
“Family, friends, music, dancing, food, and of course, Bryan,” the bride said. “It was easily the greatest night of my life.”