You can only get married legally once, in one state--you can't get any kind of a confidential marriage licese in state 1, then another marriage license in state 2.
What you can do is to have a ceremony in one state without getting a license to celebrate your love and union, then get a marriage license later to make it official--you will not be legally married until you get the license, but can certain call yourselves spouses if you like.
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