On January 19, 2008, Ryan Cortazar and Anthony Arena went on their first date after meeting on Match.com. Ten years later to the day, they said “I do” in front of a rustic wooden pergola and twinkling lights at City View Loft (324 N. Leavitt). “We did the arras, which are a part of a traditional Hispanic ceremony. My dad’s side is Puerto Rican and Mexican,” says Cortazar, 34, an attorney with Korein Tillery. “You exchange 13 coins between the two people getting married.” They put their own spin on the custom by choosing coins that represented their family heritages and countries they had traveled to, from Ireland to Croatia to Ukraine. They wore custom three-piece Donegal tweed suits from BLVDier (211 N. Green); Cortazar chose charcoal while Arena, 37, a physiology and genetics PhD candidate, opted for navy. They had their first dance to “Baby, I Love You” by the Ronettes before dancing with their moms. For their honeymoon, they relaxed in San Pancho, a beach town on Mexico’s Pacific shore.