How Do You Marry Sims on the Sims 3?

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To make sims marry you Pick a Sim, Greet the Sim when it comes to the door, Click on the Sim and choose Talk. Pick Chat. Continue talking until you are friends and have a relationship level of 100. It may take a few days, Invite the Sim over again. Click on the Flirt option. Flirt with the Sim. When you see pink heart appear over his head, that Sim has a crush on you. Kiss the Sim. Look for the propose option in the menu when you click on the Sim. Click Engagement. Click on the Sim, then click Propose, Marriage. The two Sims will extra rings and kiss. The Sims move in together Throw a wedding party.
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