Would you ever share your wedding day with your siblings? Well, four siblings in
Utah did just that and it seems like they are happy with their decision.
According to Today.com, three sisters and one brother between the ages of 19 and 23, all married on the same day. While they all married at the same ceremony, the services were different for each couple. After the ceremony, the couples shared one big wedding reception!
It isn’t uncommon for siblings to sometimes take part in a double wedding, but a quadruple wedding isn’t nearly as common. Of course, it goes to say that planning was probably a little intense, especially considering there were four women (three of them sisters) planning for their wedding day. According to the report, the couples were happy with the way things turned out and there were no instances of any “bridezillas.”
Is a joint wedding with your siblings something you should consider, though?
It can definitely be a fun event, but one that you should think long and hard about before jumping into. Your wedding day only comes one time and it is something that you will want to remember for the rest of your life. If you and your sibling (or siblings!) are planning on getting married around the same time, then this could be a good idea, especially if you have a lot of family coming in from far away. It can be a great way to ensure that your extended family gets to be there for all of the nuptials and can be easier on the traveling guests – they won’t have to decide if they can make it to just one or all the weddings.
At the end of the day, this seems like something that could work, but it seems unlikely that there will be an influx of quadruple sibling weddings anytime soon.