I would think the beloved Disciple would have mentioned it in the Gospel of John at some point. Granted He did take her home on the first night back from the 40 days in the wilderness and they did attend a wedding withing the 1st month that passed before they were at Jerusalem together . The whole Gospel is a witness to events by a woman who ended up being asked to take care of His mother (for life) moments before He died on the cross. That leaves them as being engaged from a Bible's POV, from a Jewish perspective based on OT Law (that is the Law she was under as John was an OT Prophet called by God rather than being gathered by Jesus) there would be certain steps that would be followed, Joseph would have been dead by then (because he is not mentioned) and His mother would have died from old age not long after another 3 1/2 years passed as I can imagine she and would have experienced the same thing some Jews in Acts:2 experienced. That puts His parents as both being about 30 when Jesus was born if that means anything. Mary would also have been a daughter of Aaron as was her cousin Elizabeth, mother of John the Baptist.
Fast forward to the day of return and the 2 witnesses are the first to be resurrected and then the sinners on the earth are sent to the grave and any angelic beings other than Satan are sent to the fiery lake. The few that remain alive are joined by many that are resurrected after that few hours has expired. The Beloved Disciple will be the first of that group to be resurrected of anybody, even Peter (so he never will know for sure if she ever died before the return, lol) The honeymoon will be 1,000 years long and then all fallen angels in the pit will be transferred to the fiery lake as God the Father makes His entrance. While the ones not alive for the 1,000 years are 'getting to know God' the ones alive for the 1,000 years enter New Jerusalem, their eternal home. BTW the Holy Spirit is the other one that makes the 'us' in Ge:1 making her God's wife, just so there is balance. The marriage (in heaven) would have been at some point at the revealing of Revelation because it is Him and Her on a mountain top looking on as their 'home' descends with all of Adam and Eve's children inside.
Those are a few things the Bible promotes and the passages tell the story much better but milk before meat eh? Priest should be made to be married, make the wives executives of the interest free banking system that Christians should have been running for the last 2,000 years, best keep the carrot of wives in the spotlight before the flock see what they really should have been watching after spending the 10 minutes it takes to look at God and how he feels about marriage, no one is more important to a 'husband' than his 'wife'. It takes another 10 or so to digest that God and the Holy Spirit are equal to what Holy Angels will be once they are in the 'New Heaven', the 3rd Heaven which is where God, the Holy Spirit and their child Christ reside. In their current Heaven, the 2nd one, they are forbidden to marry but the ban on marriage could be lifted as no 'child' could ever fall into sin. Think of the 'void' as the 'doldrums' on an oceanic voyage.
I never did see a list of 5 in the article so did I even cover any of the points?