Identical twin sisters will marry identical twin brothers in two upcoming wedding ceremonies, attributing their love to a “special twin bond.”
Michigan identical twin sisters Krissie and Kassie Bevier, 24, will tie the knot with identical twin brothers Zack and Nick Lewan, 24, Friday and Saturday, the Associated Press reported. The two young couples are getting married at Eyry of the Eagle and will all share a reception together Saturday night.
Kassie and Nick first met during a psychology seminar at Grand Valley State University in 2014. The professor asked if there were any twins in the class and the two raised their hands. They went on their first date at a church and invited their siblings to accompany them. Zack and Krissie starting dating shortly after.
“I’m in disbelief sometimes of just how everything happened,” Nick told WILX-TV.
Nick and Zack then proposed to Kassie and Krissie during a joint proposal on a family trip to Henry Ford Museum February 2017. (RELATED: North Carolina Couple Holds ‘Heart-Meltingly Romantic’ Wedding In Whole Foods)
The twins said a major reason they got along so well is that they all share the same family values.
“We just flow together and it makes sense,” Krissie Bevier added. “There is a special twin bond, and having someone who understands that is huge.”
The two couples will now split a two-bedroom apartment in Fenton, Michigan.
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