Three women recently celebrated their respective weddings together. They decided to do everything the same: they wore the same dresses, had their hair done the same way, even had the ceremony together.
In fact, they looked so similar that the only distinctive feature between the three brides was a bouquet of different colors. Without those, the guests (and even the grooms) would not have known which woman was which!
While this sounds strange, it’s something the women have been doing their whole lives. That’s because three Brazilian women are triplets. While most women want to be the center of attention on their wedding day, these three wanted to share this moment together.
It was actually their parents who suggested that three of them get married together. The three women had all gotten engaged within a few months of each other, so it just made sense that these three would hold the ceremony together.
When they were planning their make-up for the wedding, they initially wanted to have different looks. While they love being identical triplets and looking like one another, they wanted to stand out just a bit on this extremely important event. Plus, they wanted the guests to know which woman was which.
As they were working with the stylist, however, they realized that they all liked the same look. It didn’t come as a surprise to them that they all independently chose the same look because they’ve shared similar styles for their entire life. They decided that their bouquets could be unique so people could tell them apart.
Their grooms, Rafael, Gabriel, and Eduardo, actually worried that they wouldn’t be able to recognize their respective brides. They have made mistakes in the past with mixing up the women, something they most certainly didn’t want on their wedding day.
In fact, the women sometimes played jokes on these men, intentionally trying to confuse them up just to get a laugh. The men worried that this might happen during the ceremony.
When the time came, however, the three men had no problem telling which woman was which. Eduardo, who married
When it came to the ceremony, the three women all walked in together to “Here Comes the Bride.” When they got halfway down the aisle, they each took turns being given away by their father to their grooms. They went in order of birth, with
Because these three are triplets, they have the genetics to maybe have multiple children of their own. That does not deter their grooms, however, who said they would welcome triplets of their own if that’s what happens. They’re just happy to start their new lives together with their brides.