DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – December 12, 2012, marks a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for couples all over the world. It’s their chance to get married on 12-12-12.
For some, it may just be another set of numbers. But unlike the past eleven years, this will be the last triple date for nearly a century.
In Collin County, 60 people tied the knot on a day that will make for an easy to remember wedding date.
“We were talking about it, and decided it would be easier for me to remember,” says Donovan Arrivillaga.
“He’s kinda forgetful,” his new bride Rachel chimes in.
The Arrivillagas were one of 30 couples who exchanged vows before Justice of the Peace Paul Raleeh.
Newlyweds Christopher and Mandy Stephens changed their wedding date to take advantage of this spot on the calendar.
“It was going to be tomorrow, but her boss threw the idea out,” says Christopher.
“When are you ever going to have a 12-12-12 again?” asks Mandy.
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