This company throws fake weddings for people who love dressing up and dancing but hate commitment.

This company throws fake weddings for people who love dressing up and dancing but hate commitment.
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Fake weddings are all the rage in Argentina. A company called Falsa Boda has decided to specialize in organizing these events, in which the bride, groom, and officiant are actors, and the guests are there to party rather than celebrate a new marriage. Each event has a fake backstory for the bride and groom, which sometimes results in an intentionally dramatic ceremony (such as one of them being left at the fake altar). The parties have become so popular that they are often sold out, and the company even hosted a party in Russia.

Everything about these parties looks exactly like a real wedding. There's a roaming photographer and some sort of video slideshow about the lucky couple:

Posing with friends after too much cheap champagne: 

Crazy pictures with sunglasses for some reason: 

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There's even wasted people on a dance floor and a catering staff cruising around with appetizers:

#falsaboda

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And guests can grab a quick picture with the bride towards the end of the night when she's exhausted:

Que viva la novia! #FalsaBoda

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The only way this could be more authentic is if there were an actor walking around playing the drunk aunt who nearly falls through a table. Also notably absent from fake Argentinian wedding pictures are shots of all the groomsmen or bridesmaids jumping in the air at the same time.

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