Getting married on a Leap Day is already a unique choice but these couples took it one step further tying the knot in Hell...Michigan.

MLive reported 29 couples tied the knot at 2:29 p.m. on February 29, 2020 in a group ceremony.

The couples came from all around the state and even some out-of-state came to take the leap that day, some, though, not for the first time. Some came to renew their vows as well!

According to Reverend Vonn, who married all 29 couples, there was a lot of love in Hell that day, all couples bringing a "combined 391 years of love."

Photos of the marital bliss had in Hell on the extra day of 2020 can be found at MLive's official gallery.

One groom from the day, Ken Verardi, said, "I said it would be a cold day in Hell before I got married and here it is, a cold day in Hell and I'm married."

There's no promising Hell will do this again in four years for the next Leap Day but it definitely looked too fun to not!

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