The attached data from a marriage record includes everything except the event date. Surely there a date on the original record. It appears that the event date field is missing.
Other entries in the collection have event dates, so there must be some reason that no date was indexed for this particular marriage registration.
Perhaps the indexing project's instructions said not to index the date of registration, or the date is missing or illegible. Either way, you'll simply need to look at the image. For me (non-LDS), it says that I can access it at an FHC or affiliate library. You could also request it from the Family History Library's Lookup Service (https://www.familysearch.org/en/library/record-lookup-service).
(Hope you don't mind the request, but next time you have a question like this, could you please post the link to the record? Such as https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VRXD-Q87 It makes it so much easier to investigate.)
Going to this collection and scanning through a search result list from it, which is a very valuable exercise with any collection, it is interesting to see that three types of events have been indexed. Marriages which always have a date, Marriage Licenses which always have a date, and Marriage Registrations that almost never have a date. Here is a random search that has all three types scattered here and there: https://www.familysearch.org/search/record/results?count=20&offset=60&q.givenName=A%2A&q.surname=B%2A&f.collectionId=1410397
In this search, some of the results do have images available, such as this one: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:JCJT-8MN
Going to that image at: https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:939Z-BNR6-1?i=138&cc=1410397&personaUrl=%2Fark%3A%2F61903%2F1%3A1%3AJCJT-8MN (I hope there are no restrictions making it so that I can see the image but you cannot), you can see that the entire page was indexed as Marriage Registrations and while the registration place was indexed, neither the marriage date nor the marriage place was included for any but the first two of these even though that information is right there on the page.
Strange, but someone must have had some type of reason, whether good or bad in our opinion, as to why the marriage date and marriage place were not to be indexed. In any event, this is one of the thousands of illustrations as to why ever relying on or trusting an indexed record is a terrible idea. Always go to the actual record.