Siblings Marry Their Fiances In Back-To-Back Ceremonies

Talk about a family-oriented wedding. A UK brother and sister married their fiances in back-to-back ceremonies at the same church and held a joint reception afterward! Both couples planned the wedding together and the sisters-in-law even shared a horse-drawn carriage to the ceremony. The reason for the double wedding? Allison, the sister, found a venue she loved, but knew she and her fiance wouldn’t be able to afford it alone, so she decided to split the cost with her brother and his fiance. This may be one of the strangest ways we’ve heard of cutting wedding costs! The joint wedding worked out so well that the couples are planning to go on a a Florida honeymoon together later this year. See photos from the double wedding below!

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  • 11/17/13 at 01:23

    I think it is very unselfish of the brother and sister who had a joint reception. It is a definite cost saver, especially since the average person who get married, wants to be the center of attention and would not want to share the lime light with someone else. I supposed the back to back wedding ceremonies in this case make it more appealing.

    Overall I think it is a great idea, especially if the two couples share the same friends. With two budgets you can get so much more done, like securing a sought after venue that would have been too costly for one couple as in the case of the sister in this case. The cost-saving aspect cannot be ignored. The proverbial “the more, the merrier” would be applicable in this instance…

  • 11/18/13 at 02:56

    I think that is amazing and wonderful, and very thrifty. I love when people are ok sharing “their big day”

  • 11/18/13 at 09:08

    These weddings show that family ties are not lost until even married. The dresses and wedding dresses are cute pictures. Greetings.

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