Twin sisters marry twin brothers in a ceremony officiated by twin ministers in a town called Twinsburg
It is not everyday you read about a set of identical twin sisters who married a set of identical twin brothers in a joint wedding officiated by a set of identical twin ministers in a town called Twinsburg. It sounds special.
Josh and Jeremy Salyers, 34, married Brittany and Briana Deane, 32, who they met last August when they all attended a festival for twins in Twinsburg town in Ohio, USA. Both couples say they had instant connection – Briana with Jeremy and Brittany with Josh.
The brothers decided to take their love to the next level and they both popped the question at the same time on a date that is a nod to their connections – February 2nd or 2/2. The sisters thought they were filming for an advert but both brothers then got down on one knee at the same time and proposed to them.
On their wedding day, the twin sisters wore identical dresses while the brothers wore matching tuxedos. The couples also wore matching clothes to sign their marriage licenses earlier this week.
Briana told People Magazine that:
“It’s really been a fairy tale come true. Marrying twins is something that’s very important to us. It’s hard when you are dating someone and they don’t understand the twin bond.”
“We kind of always knew that we were never getting married unless it was to twins.”
And Jeremy said:
“You know when you know. We’ve always known our whole life if we were going to be married that it was going to be with twins.”
The couples now plan to all live in the same house and raise their children together.
Brittany, who also works with her sister in a law firm, said:
“We imagine it will be like two mums and two dads.”
This is so beautiful. I just wish they would be able to tell one person’s spouse from the other. Best of luck to the twin couples.