From The Daily Brides: Wild And Wacky Marriage Laws!

by The Daily Front Row

No matter how eccentric your great-great-aunt Hilda’s stories are or how cringe-inducing your dad’s dance moves can be, we guarantee that your wedding won’t be as weird as these marriage laws are, chicettes. 

Getting married on a dare is grounds for an annulment.

North Carolina:
If a man and a woman who aren’t married go to a hotel or motel and register themselves as married, then according to state law, they are legally married.

South Carolina: By law, if a man promises to marry an unmarried woman, the marriage MUST take place.

Kentucky: No matter how much you want to, you’re not allowed to re-marry the same person in the Bluegrass state more than four times.

Montana: In the state of Montana, double-proxy weddings are allowed. That means both the bride and the groom can be M.I.A. at their own wedding ceremony!

Connecticut: It’s illegal to kiss in public on Sunday in Hartford.

Louisiana: Shocker! It’s illegal for palm readers, fortune tellers, and mystics to officiate weddings in New Orleans.

Massachusetts: It’s illegal for the bride and groom to sleep au naturel in a rented room in Salem. Meanwhile, in Truro, a future groom must prove himself by hunting and killing either six blackbirds or three crows. When in Massachusetts…

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