Friends With Tax Benefits, 4/?
They went back to the Deschutes County Courthouse that Friday to get married. They didn’t even get married by a judge or a justice of the peace, but instead stood in front of a clearly bored county clerk who spoke slower and more drolly then Ben Stein.
Their only witness was Stan (Soos was tied up with a sticky selkie situation back home, and Wendy was currently off the grid at McMurdo Station in Antarctica) and they each held a triplet.
Stan spent most of the ceremony looking disgruntled and holding his hand behind his back because Acacia was kind enough to puke in his hand.
Henry kept on the ring he had gotten from Mabel (there was no question of him taking it off. Period.)
Dipper had an old, battered silver band slid onto his ring finger, a tiny, tiny speck that was maybe a diamond but more likely cubic zirconia.
Willow stared almost disconcertingly at the air around Henry and Dipper.
Hank cried so loud at one point that the clerk lost his place and decided to start again.
It was kind of a hot mess and it was perfect.