In fact, love can be expressed more in action (loosely, giving) than through words (loosely, saying). Giving is mostly a function of money. It is almost impossible to keep saying " I love you" all the time and manage a love relationships. Even when one is poetic and is impressive, it is difficult to manage just by saying. Love needs to be supported by action - protecting, supporting, providing needs, convenience, comfort, and luxuries.
The more the money, the higher the chances of protecting and providing. It is easier to understand money than love because money can be measured. Since love needs money for most part of its expression, it is easer to choose someone having money than love.
-From the day of marriage, it is irrelevant whether the person you married was already in love with you or was a stranger. From marriage, details take over, which is consistently overlooked in pre-marriage love.