It's one of the most unlikely places to find a wedding, but for a couple in Pleasantville, their nursing home was just the right place to tie the knot... again, 46 years after they first tied it as teenagers in Peru.
"This moment is going to be awesome for us," The couples daughter, Patricia Corazon said.
You see, Marcos and Dolores were already married, raised eight kids, and had a life together, but then things started to fall apart and the two got divorced and split up the family.
However, on Wednesday the bad memories were put aside, the family was back together, and tears were shed as the two held each others hands and said 'I do' one more time.
The eight kids say their family was split up when their parents divorced. The two remained friends but the family was never the same.
"I Didn't expect my mother to say yes for the second time to my father," Corazon added.
But Dolores did say yes, and has spent most of her recent days with Marcos as his health suffered.
"When my father got sick my mother was there, my mother was always there," Corazon added.
Dolores will continue to be there from now on and Marcos' health has been improving day by day. Dolores doesn't actually live at the Mainland Nursing Home, but nurses say she is at Marcos' side everyday.
The two didn't take a honeymoon the first time, and it wont be much different this time around.
"They are going back home. That's they way we want it," Corazon joked.