You could hold a full marriage ceremony in the second state, with whichever secular or religious official that you wish presiding. You will not need a marriage license there, because you already will have one from CA - but there will be no need to tell anyone, other than the presiding official, that this is the case.
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This is an unusual scheme you've concocted and doesn't make sense. A marriage is one state is recognized in all states, therefore you don't need to get married in each state you move to.
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