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Weddings celebrate two people coming together and sharing their lives. But some twins have shared the wedding spotlight and vows, too.
There are about 250 sets of identical twins married to identical twins. This means everything is doubled including wedding gowns, tuxes and food.
To keep it simple many twins have done these three wise steps:
Having more than one registry can be not only be confusing to guests, but also expensive. To cut down on time and money, many twins will register at the same boutiques, at the same time. This helps guests choose one gift for each couple without having to do double the work.
Similar Tuxes and Wedding Gowns
Twins do not necessary have to match on their combined wedding day, but styles and colors should fall under the same scheme. Many twins will then buy and tailor their wedding gowns and tuxes from the same designer. This allows for both sets to have similar looks with unique touches.
More than one cake can rack up a sizable bill. Therefore many twins will choose one wedding cake that works for everyone. Plus, they double the cake’s size for double the guests.
A double wedding may not be for every twin, but if you do you can follow these three wise steps to create a memorable wedding.