Love is in the air Wednesday, sparked by a repeating-date combination most have become familar with by now: 12/12/12.
The Sacramento County Clerk's Office is jam-packed with happy couples waiting to tie the knot, and more keep coming.
"It's pretty crazy," county spokeswoman Chris Andis said. "When I was there, there was maybe 50 people in one room."
She said the clerk's wedding calendar is all booked for the day, but staff are rearranging to increase their capacity.
Yolo County has experienced a similar bump.
"They have performed 3 ceremonies already and have a total of 7 scheduled for today," said county spokesperson Beth Gabor in an email. "On a typical Wednesday they usually only schedule 3."
They're also anticipating walk-ins.
Barring some incredible extension of human lifespan, this is the last time local residents will have the chance to wed on a date with repeating digits. Each year for the past decade, couples have flocked to wedding chapels on the repeating-date day of the year.
Last year, CNN reported on a flood of Las Vegas weddings spurred by the 11/11/11 date. The year prior, the New York Times reported a tenfold increase in weddings on 10/10/10 compared to a "normal" day. And Time Magazine called 7/7/07 "The Most Popular Wedding Day Ever."
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