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  • Tourists are buying tickets to real weddings
  • Tourists are buying tickets to real weddings
    Dinesh Cyanam (2014) ©
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Tourists are buying tickets to real weddings

A decade after Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson showed us all how it’s done, wedding crashing is now a bona fide leisure pursuit. Join My Wedding is an Australian start-up that lets soon-to-be-weds in India (and beyond) sell extra spots at their weddings to intrigued foreigners for up to $350.

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