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This Company Organizes Fake Weddings For Young People Who Don't Want To Actually Get Married

The experience of getting married, but with zero commitment.

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The company was created by a group of friends who realized that the aversion to marriage among twenty- and thirtysomethings meant a large number of young people had never attended a wedding.

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The parties are all about the key wedding details: A bridal couple who re-enact marriage vows in front of the guests.

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And hundreds of other wedding guests who have paid to be there.

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"Once, a group of guys came to a Falsa Boda​. They arrived a day before the party, pretending to celebrate a 'Fake Bachelor Party'. It consisted of picking a 'Fake Groom' and going from bar to bar celebrating and having fun all night long."

"We went there because one of my partners’ sister is a pro tango dancer and at that moment, she was dancing in Moscow," De Girolamo said. "She told to the owner of a dance hall about what we do and he loved the idea, so we started our journey."

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You can watch a video from one of the fake weddings below.

Rachael Krishna is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.

Contact Rachael Krishna at rachael.krishna@buzzfeed.com.

Mariana Marcaletti is the International News Coordinator for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.

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