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Her misprint became excuse for celebration.

by ErikaStellar on July 1, 2013   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Our officiant wrote the wrong date on our marriage license, it reads JUNE 23rd instead of JULY 23rd. When we noticed, there was a brief couple of days we thought we weren't married due to the misprint...luckily it didn't matter. However, we did get excited about the possibility of getting married again. Our wedding was awesome.

So, we celebrate our "fakeiversary" on June 23rd for fun. Some people would be upset over the misprint of their wedding date, but Matt and I just use it as an excuse to celebrate extra.

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