Four siblings share one wedding ceremony

Four Siblings Share One Wedding Ceremony
Four Siblings Share One Wedding Ceremony

When you have siblings, you grow up learning to share toys, food and the TV remote. Four siblings in Utah learned that lesson well ...and decided to share their most special day with each other, too.

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Three sisters and a brother from St. George held their four weddings in one giant ceremony. They told KSL-TV they wouldn't have had it any other way.

"With most families, this really wouldn't work but thankfully, I have wonderful, wonderful sisters and a wonderful brother."

Four out of the six siblings of the Fortney family were married after the giant ceremony and equally big reception.

The father, Kevin Fortney said, "There are few things that can compare to the fullness of joy that you feel when your children are happy."

HLN says: "So, the brides all said they didn't mind sharing their big day and they were all able to have things in common during the ceremony and reception that mattered to each of them individually and then as a group."

Four weddings in one day? That's impressive, Fortney family, but a different family beat that number two years ago.

Fox News reports that in August of 2012, the Waldie family out of Arizona married off five of their six children in one day. Sydney, Brooke, Bradford, Walker and Emily all got engaged within a week of each other, so they held a quintuple wedding.

We're assuming they all went on separate honeymoons, though.