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Couple wants to meet life-of-the-party wedding crashers

A newly married New Jersey couple is trying to find two people who crashed their Sunday wedding. (Source: Pixabay) A newly married New Jersey couple is trying to find two people who crashed their Sunday wedding. (Source: Pixabay)

(WCBS/CNN) - A newly married New Jersey couple is trying to find two people who crashed their Sunday wedding.

But the newlyweds aren't angry.

In fact, they want to thank the couple, saying the wedding crashers were the life of the party.

Snap shots show two people dancing it up at a wedding in Sparta, but the bride and groom say they're complete strangers.

"We knew from the second we saw them they didn't belong," said bride Karen Tufo.  "When they first sat down the table called them Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn."

Tufo is referring to the 2005 hit movie Wedding Crashers, where characters played by Vaughn and Wilson schemed their way into weddings for a free party.

These uninvited guests pulled off the real-life sequel.

"I made the table arrangements. I knew who was at each table and I saw them and figured, must have been someone we haven't met before," Tufo said.

The couple avoided both bride and groom, who were caught up in the celebration.

Even the bridesmaids were too distracted to ask any questions.

“Any time she came over a good song would come on and we'd start dancing and then it just got away from me," said Aimee Boardman, who was maid of honor:

And then the crashers became the life of the party.

"[They were] in the center of the circle just dancing all over the place. like right up in our face and photo-bombing every picture that we took," said Marisa Fatzer/

The next morning our newlyweds opened a card.

Inside was a one dollar bill and a message: "Congratulations. Sorry for crashing your wedding.  Best of luck."

"They were dressed. They were professionals the way they pulled it off," Tufo said.

Now the entire wedding party is trying to track down these two strangers who made an already special day legendary.

"I wanna shake their hands and tell them good job," Tufo said.

The newlyweds said that a couple of the invited guests were no-shows, so there was plenty of food and drinks to spare.

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