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Ducks home arena has now hosted over 5,000 weddings for couples

'Hitched at the Honda Center' a tremendous success during ongoing pandemic

by Dan O'Leary @DanOLeary25 / Staff Writer

Hitched at Honda Center

Ducks hold wedding ceremonies for fans

Several Ducks-fan couples join together in holy matrimony, as the team celebrates Hitched at Honda Center

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I now pronounce you Ducks fan and Ducks fan.

The Anaheim Ducks "Hitched at Honda Center" event has now hosted over 5,000 weddings according to the Orange County Clerk Recorder Department.

Couples began getting married outside the Honda Center earlier this year during the coronavirus pandemic. The Ducks held a special "Ducks Day" last week, allowing couples to be hitched with strict social distancing guidelines enforced to ensure the safety of staff and newlyweds.

The happy couples were married in a civil ceremony by Ducks radio play-by-play announcer Steve Carroll and TV broadcaster Kent French.

Personalized congratulatory videos by members of the team were played for the newlyweds upon completion of the wedding vows on the giant video screen outside Honda Center.

Tweet from @HondaCenter: Some of the biggest @AnaheimDucks fans got #HitchedAtHondaCenter today! Congratulations to all of the couples������💍

Fans showed up in everything from formal attire to various Ducks jerseys. Some brides wore Ducks hats with veils attached. Even Wild Wing attended. And of course he wore his mask.

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