In the Star Trek: Voyager episode "Nightingale" this exchange occurs:
TORRES: Don't worry about it. Bumping elbows comes with the job. And you can call me B'Elanna. Put this with the others. These relays should have been replaced a while ago. It's amazing they've held up this long. I'm really looking forward to our climb.
ICHEB: Wouldn't you prefer to spend your free time with your husband?
TORRES: If it doesn't involve a race car, a shuttle, or something else he can drive, Tom's not interested. Besides, since we got married I see more than enough of him. Hold still.
I know six episodes before this one, in "Drive", Paris proposes to Torres under duress (initially). She never says yes to my knowledge:
TORRES: Why? You going to withdraw the question?
PARIS: No, but I might start to beg. It could get embarrassing.
Captain's log, supplemental. The Antarians have invited us to participate in the post-race festivities, which has allowed me to give two of my senior officers time off for a well-deserved romantic getaway. The Delta Flyer still needs a new warp core, but I don't think they're in a hurry to get anywhere.
(Two glasses of champagne are poured out.)
PARIS: To the winners. B'Elanna Paris. That has a nice ring to it.
TORRES: Thanks, but I already have a ring. Anyway, I kind of like the sound of Tom Torres.
PARIS: I hope you're kidding.
TORRES: Hey, it is the twenty fourth century.
(They kiss. The Delta Flyer glides away, with 'Just Married' painted on the stern and trailing strings of cargo canisters.)
So even though Torres doesn't say on-screen, "yes" is implied.
Ok, so when did they get married? Did I miss something? Was there an episode or part of an episode I missed, or was there just this scene and then six episodes later they're married with no on-screen ceremony, etc.?
If there's any writers notes or comments by the actors about this or the lack of a wedding it is most welcome.