Taylor Swift Gave a Superfan the Best Wedding Surprise Ever

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Everyone has their dream wedding, but for one Taylor Swift superfan, she may have hit the jackpot.

For bride Katy Harris, her dream came true when she not only married her fiance Chris Eisenmann but met pop star Taylor Swift in the same night.

To say the wedding was not traditional is an understatement. The couple married in a parking lot in front of Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, the same venue the "Shake It Off" singer was performing in as part of her 1989 World Tour on June 12.

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After the bride and groom said "I do," they attended Swift's concert in their wedding attire.

But it wasn't just the groom Harris introduced on Instagram, it was her new pal Taylor! The happy couple met the 25-year-old singer backstage and posed for a once-in-a-lifetime photo that will no doubt be the highlight for their wedding album.

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Harris admitted on her Instagram that she has been obsessed with Swift since 2006, and her wedding plans were well thought out.

In fact, this wasn't Harris' original wedding plan. In a screenshot of a text message conversation she had with Eisenmann, Harris initially wanted to have the wedding on Dec. 13, 2014, Swift's 25th birthday. But when plans fell through, she sent a text message to her future husband asking, "Do you want to get married at Taylor?"

And while he didn't respond with Swift's lyrics, "It's a love story so baby just say yes," it was still just as amazing.

"Lol, I would," he texted her back.

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And while it may have seemed like a funny experience, this was one that the bride will never forget. "I have no words to express last night!! My two dreams came true!!!" she wrote before the unique hashtag #hitchedatswift.

Would you marry in the parking lot of your favorite artist's concert? Let us know using the hashtag, #ETnow.

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