Weddings are all about the bride, and every woman wants their family to be there for them on their big day. Their moral support is incomparable, and it is a great way for your loved ones to meet their new extended family.
Now we all know we would want our families there, but what about sharing the special day with them?
That is exactly what three sisters decided to do when they all married their childhood sweethearts in a conjoined ceremony in New York. It would be a challenge to see my sisters share a hair brush, so this is truly extraordinary!
Hannah, Naomi, and Elisabeth Reichard grew up in a household of eight siblings, and they had to learn to share everything, but this only brought them together.
"We've always been really close, so it made sense to get married on the same day, too," said Elisabeth.
But while the sisters all opted for individual ceremonies, there were some strange coincidences that had to do with their lucky number three!
It seems that 2015 was a great year for the Reichard family, and probably a bit of a shocker for James, their father.
It all started in September 2015, when Naomi received the first proposal from Caleb Brown, at Cazenovia Lake in Madison County.
Not long after, Hunter Grace asked his beau, Elisabeth, to be his wife while they were parked outside their new home in November.
Finally, after wondering if her younger sisters would get married before she did, Hannah got the surprise of her life in December when Michael Doscher knelt down in front of her outside their future home and asked her to share their lives together.
Within three months, James Reichard now had three of his daughters engaged. But that wasn't the end of this numerology twist!
He suggested that they share the ceremony, joking that it would save him a lot of money, but they loved the idea!
They worked together to make sure that they each got the wedding of their dreams, with different wedding dresses and nuptial formalities.
With 60 minutes each, they even managed to find themselves married within three hours of each other. Talk about a lucky number!