The home team is red,
The opponents will be blue,
If you ever wanted to get married at GABP,
Now you can say 'I do.'
Whether you're getting married or renewing your vows, the Cincinnati Reds are attempting to hold the first ever mass wedding at Great American Ball Park
The event, which is planned for Friday, Aug. 2, is called "I Do's On The Diamond" and is offering the opportunity for couples to exchange vows on the field prior to the Reds vs. Cardinals game at 7:10 p.m.
After the ceremony, couples will join 10 of their closest family and friends for an exclusive reception in the luxurious Riverfront Club, including an upscale dinner and open bar.
As a part of the mass wedding, the "I Do's On The Diamond" package will also include a congratulatory scoreboard message, one-of-a-kind Cincinnati Reds favors and décor and special photo opportunities.
The couples and their families will also have unparalleled views of the postgame fireworks show.
For complete details, Reds officials ask that you contact the Special Events Department at 513-765-7065 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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