Musician Davy Lees and Danish-born Eva Christiansen met through the Facebook page of Celtic Music Radio.
They both shared a love of folk music and would chat to each other online about programmes broadcast by the station.
After a meeting at Cottier's Theatre in Glasgow's West End, the pair fell in love and will marry today.
Davy, from Motherwell, said: "Without Celtic Music Radio there is no way we could have possibly met.
"We spoke via the station's Facebook page and talked about music. We met up for the first time after Celtic Music Radio DJ, Ross Macfadyen, mentioned a show at Cottier's in Glasgow in June last year.
"After that gig meeting, we got together most weekends in Edinburgh, with Eva flying over from Copenhagen, but this summer, she moved to Scotland to get a job and to stay with me.
"I'm a very lucky man."
Eva, who played women's football when she was younger, is now a Motherwell season ticket holder.
Davy, a life-long fan of the Steelmen, has been taking her to Fir Park.
Eva, 51, whose 21-year-old son, Phillip will give her away, said: "It is fantastic that our shared love of music could bring Davy and I together."
Eva, who helps to run a folk music promoters' agency in her homeland, added: "To think Davy was listening here in Scotland and I was doing the same in Denmark is remarkable.
"We both thank Celtic Music Radio for this."
Davy, 56, added: "Eva is perfect. The only thing I want to change about her is her surname and I can't wait for that."
Guests at today's ceremony, in Motherwell Register Office, will include presenters and staff from Celtic Music Radio.