Marika Alena McCauley and Richard Kenneth Sine were married July 3 at the Kahala Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Honolulu. Cantor Rose Roselinski officiated.

The bride graduated from the College of William and Mary and received her master’s degree in public policy from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard. She is the daughter of Georgia and Dr. David McCauley. She is the granddaughter of Bruce McCauley.

Her husband is a journalist for the News Journal in Wilmington, Del., where he covers science-based businesses. He graduated from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton and received his master’s degree in journalism from the University of Maryland. He is the son of Marcy Hamilton Hawley of Greenbrae and Dr. Robert Sine of Maui.

Maid of honor was Lara McCauley of Boston, Mass. Best man was John Ring of San Francisco. Bridesmaids were Erika Martin and Jennifer Sine.

The couple met through a mutual friend in Cambodia, where the bride worked for Oxfam America’s East Asia office as program and planning associate, and the groom was a correspondent for the Cambodia daily newspaper. They planned to honeymoon in Kona.

Jennifer Goldman and Ross Graves were married Feb. 5 at the Regency Center in San Francisco.

The bride is a certified meeting planner at Accenture. She graduated from U.C. Davis. She is the daughter of Marjorie and Arnold Goldman and the sister Charles Goldman (and Anne Kauffman). Grandparents are the late Ruth and Milton Levy and Lillian Goldman. She is a fifth-generation San Franciscan.

The groom has been a project manager at Genentech for 12 years and owns a motorcycle dealership. He received a degree in biology from the University of Texas, Arlington. He is the son of Norma Graves of Texas and Dean Graves of Texas. He is the brother of Glen (and Stacy) Graves and Dean Graves.

After a honeymoon in Belize, the couple is living in San Francisco.