Walking down the aisle, between my two mothers – Rose, the woman who’d given birth to me, and Renee Loux who’d adopted me, I couldn’t have been happier. My identical twin sister Teyolla, Tee for short, and I had talked about this day from as early as I could remember.   My only sadness was that Tee, 20, couldn’t watch me get married, because she was waiting outside the door, preparing to get hitched herself.

Keyolla and Eric

Keyolla and Eric

We were having a double wedding, with two ceremonies, and we were marrying identical twin brothers Eric and Shawn Crow. Anyone who didn’t know us must have thought they were seeing double. Tee and I were wearing similar strapless dresses, and the boys also had the same dark suit but with different ties and waistcoats. We had to wear slightly different outfits otherwise no one would be able to tell us apart. “You look beautiful,” Eric, 26, whispered when he saw me. I grinned, remembering how Tee and I had met him and Shawn eight years earlier while volunteering at our local church. We’d hardly spoken more than a few words, and had lost contact for years. But now here we were becoming a double couple. “I’m so happy,” I whispered, gazing at Eric.

 

Teyolla and Shawn

Teyolla and Shawn

Tey and Key 1

 

 

Crows 1

 

 

Keyolla and Eric

Keyolla and Eric

Teyolla and Shawn

Teyolla and Shawn

Read full story and see more pics here.

 

Cute Video of some wedding photos

 

I love reading about Keyolla and Teyolla’s tumultuous childhood and their journey to the US from the Marshall Islands.  Of course the story of them meeting their handsome husbands Eric and Shawn is quite romantic!

 

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