Loved-up David and Lauren Blair enjoyed their wedding so much they never wanted to forget their special day - so they tied the knot another 106 times.
The lovebirds, who met in 1982, notched up the huge tally after promising each other they would never let go of that initial moment of bliss the first time they became husband and wife.
They have since married in locations across the globe from London to New York, Scotland, Las Vegas, Elvis' birthplace Graceland and even on a professional Romeo and Juliet theatre set.
They first wed in 1984 and have since renewed their vows on days such as Valentine's Day, a minute either side of New Year, Christmas Day, February 29 and count every day of the month their anniversary.
They broke the world record for the 'most married couple' at Serendipity 3 Restaurant in New York City on Valentine's Day 2001, but haven't slowed down since scooping the romantic crown.
Their latest ceremony is scheduled for August 4 2013 and the happy couple, from Hendersonville in Tennessee, USA, can't wait to say their 'I dos' again as they celebrate their 30th year of married life.
But it hasn't always been plain-sailing for the Blair's after Lauren said NO the first time David proposed - only to change her mind three months later when she caught the bouquet at her cousin's wedding.
Lauren, 62, said: 'We met at Universal Studios in Hollywood in September 1982. David said it was love at first sight and after three months of dating proposed to me.
'I thought it was a bit soon but three months later I caught the bouquet at my cousin's wedding and it was a sign - the next day I gave him a card that said 'If you still want to marry me, please ask me again.'
'So he got down on one knee and proposed again and this time I said yes.
'We got married in Los Angeles on May 6, 1984 and then had a church wedding the next day in Chicago which is where I am originally from with both families in attendance.
'Then on May 12, while on our honeymoon, we renewed our vows again. When we got home we looked into whether there was a Guinness Record for this feat and found that there was.
'It started because we were both in long-term relationships in the past that didn't work out. We knew we were meant for each other and wanted to continually share that vow experience.
'Our original goal was 100, so now that we've passed that mark we are looking for new goals to reach. David is turning 60 on our upcoming wedding day, August 4, so we mark special occasions like that.
'We've already been married on every numbered day of the month so every day is our anniversary even on leap year. We've been married on 01/01/01, 02/02/02, 03/03/03 and so on finishing that goal on 12/12/12.
'Each one of our ceremonies has been emotional and very special to us. We are very serious about our vows and people say it is obvious by just looking at us.
'I love to look into David's eyes as he is repeating his vows. I know that this man will love me until the day I die - of course, David will tell you that he does it for the honeymoons.