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This Florida couple, it was all left up to chance.
Jeff Conley, and Darcy Ward is married to Wakulla Springs earlier this month, but when it came time to announce the couple is officially married for the last name of the couple, and let a coin toss decide their future.
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The coin landed on the ‘City’, ‘ the making of the couple, Mr. Jeff Ward Mrs. Darcy Ward.
(Charlotte Fristoe Photography
On the altar, and Conley and Ward flipped a coin engraved with each of their names.
The coin landed on “the District,” and officially decided that the two of them came to be known as the Lord’s Jeff Ward, and Mrs. Darcy Ward now.
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The unusual last name to throw out it was actually Jeff’s idea, ” he said.
“It has to be fair. I am a graduate student in economics at Florida State and I think that’s about fairness,” he told the Palm Beach Post.
Sincerity is a constant issue for the couple, who originally met on Tinder. After dating for a year, the couple had engaged in, both Jeff and Darcy is crafting proposals, the publication reported.
For Jeff, on the proposal of Darcy, he gathered together his friends, and I played the couple’s favorite song, “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down,” and before you get on one knee. While Darcy’s proposal, Jeff, started off with a scavenger hunt that spelled out “will you marry me?”
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The Wards seem to be lucky with the coin toss and rise.
“You should be able to say that I won the race,” Jeff told the Post. “I was the one to start something new.”
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Darcy was more than pleased with the results.
“To be with someone who would be willing to begin with the marriage of the creative and teamwork, and is fair to the place, which felt like a good first step towards collaboration on an equal footing,” said Darcy.