By Ekta Chanana Last Updated:
There is no greater joy than having a sister in your life. She can be your biggest cheerleader to your worse enemy, depending upon the situation, but you will always love each other. After all, they are the souvenirs of your lost childhood. You have grown together and handled each other during the awkward teenage years. And no matter how much you fight, your sister's wedding day is the happiest yet the saddest day of your life, as you lose your permanent roomie and your late-night maggie partner. Scroll down as we bring you a cute sister duo, who changed the whole wedding game by tying the knot on the same day.
Well, before we take you further into the story, you will agree that weddings are always a source of happiness as it unites all the long-lost uncles and aunties and be a part of their family's new journey. However, the global pandemic has robbed us from the opportunity to organise a grand wedding bash and invite the entire clan. While we have witnessed many intimate weddings and couples exchanging wedding vows by keeping the social distancing in mind, we have never witnessed sisters getting married on the same day, wearing the same outfits.
Yes, meet our brides of the week, Priya and Shilpa, who are twin sisters. The gorgeous ladies were born together and they had decided to tie the knot together with their 'misters'. For their wedding, Priya and Shilpa opted for blush pink lehenga from designer, Dolly J. The sisters accessorised their look with a choker neckpiece, matching earrings, and statement mathapatti. The highlight of their look was the floral bun, which made their entire bridal look complete. On the other hand, their grooms had donned maroon-hued ensembles.
This is not the first time when we had spotted twin sisters getting married on the same day. In 2018, we had spotted twins, Aastha and Aashna, who had gotten married on the same day. However, it was their fun pre-wedding shoot that became the highlight of their wedding. For their unique pre-wedding shoot, one sister had donned a gorgeous red lehenga, while the other had opted for pastel one.
Well, what do you think about a joint wedding with your sister?