These Sisters Had a Triple Wedding That Will Make Your Jaw Drop

Three sisters, one stunning wedding day. See all the photos here!
by Maggie Seaver
Sisters' triple wedding photo
photo by Sarah Murray Photography

Sisters Naomi, Hannah and Elisabeth should have no problem remembering each other’s wedding anniversaries—they all got married on September 2, 2016 in the most beautiful, impeccably planned triple wedding we’ve ever seen. After the three sisters happened to get engaged within three months of each other, it was their father who first suggested combining their nuptials for one unique, momentous celebration focused on love and family.

“As a family of 10, we've always done things a little differently, so it was no surprise when my dad, half jokingly, threw out the idea of having a triple wedding,” says Naomi, who married Caleb Brown. “My sisters and I have always shared a rare, close relationship and we instantly loved the idea.”

As for getting the lucky guys to agree? “It didn't take long—our grooms were on board with one exception: We go to different locations for the honeymoon,” Naomi says. We’d say that’s a pretty reasonable condition!

Fortunately, the three brides, who’ve always been incredibly close, also share similar tastes, so planning and designing three weddings in one—a cohesive event with personalized touches—was surprisingly easy. Thanks to the event planning pros at SWANK and romantic florals by Floribunda Designs, the sisters' vision for an elegant rustic wedding came to life at Hayloft on the Arch in Vernon Center, New York. The pastoral venue was decked with polished country touches, like 40 wood reception tables designed and built by Caleb (the perks of marrying a carpenter), beautiful chalkboard and place card calligraphy by The Adirondack Ink, and a mouthwatering fruit-topped cake baked and decorated by the brides’ father. 

With a meticulous itinerary (4:45 am wakeup call anyone?) and a whole lot of love, this triple wedding turned out better than the sisters ever hoped, and it was absolutely breathtaking. We’re talking an ongoing cocktail hour to entertain guests between ceremonies, a stunning barn transformed into a storybook reception space, a choreographed father-daughter(s) dance, Caleb’s singing vow recital and a rotating lineup of sisters in each other’s “I dos.” How many people can say they’ve been maid of honor, bride and matron of honor all on the same day?

Keep scrolling for photos of the insanely gorgeous wedding celebration.

All photos by Sarah Murray Photography

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