Two sets of identical twins, Krissie and Kassie Bevier, and Zack and Nick Lewan, 24, are about to marry one another this weekend in Michigan, US.
The identical twin sister Krissie and Kassie will marry identical twin brother, Zack and Nick Lewan on August 3 and 4. Krissie and Zack’s wedding will hold on Friday, while Kassie and Nick will get hitched on Saturday and they will have a joint wedding reception on Saturday night.
“There is a woman at our church who was like, ‘You guys just need to marry brothers and get a duplex,’” Krissie Bevier said. “And we were just like, ‘Oh, OK, that’s a funny story.’ But it just became our reality.”
Their romance started in a psychology class at Grand Valley State University, where they all graduated from.
“Psychology loves twin studies,” Kassie said. “So the professor was like, ‘Are there any twins in the class? We’re going to talk about twins.’ And we both raise our hands.”
They started chatting after the class. They later decided to go on a date, to which they both brought along their twin-sibling. Sparks flew and that was how Kassie and Nick started dating.
Although Zack and Nick didn’t plan to propose at the same time, they eventually agreed to both pop the question on a family trip.
Nearly 18 months later, the couples are nearly ready to tie the knot.
They didn’t want to share a wedding – as “being a twin, you never get anything on your own,” Krissie said. But knowing they had a similar guest list, they decided to have the weddings together, but each on their own day.
The couples are moving in together into a two-bedroom apartment in Fenton, as the Beviers finish their doctorates in physical therapy at the University of Michigan.