A character says early on that "marriage is the biggest thing you can do in your life." This premise is never disputed, nor is any alternative contemplated. It's no surprise that the main message from a Hollywood romance movie of this era is to follow your heart. As much as the woman thinks happiness in marriage requires using your head, she knows she won't truly be happy unless she's really in love with the man she marries.
Two or three brief kisses are shown.
Steinbock beer, Cadillac, Texaco, and Chrysler are mentioned once each, and a TWA airplane is shown.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
As was typical of the era, the characters are shown drinking (champagne, rum, and beer) in social situations and smoking cigarettes and cigars frequently. Within the movie it's pretty matter of fact, but it's glamorized a bit by the mere fact that everyone looks good doing it.