August 2, 2018
Grass Lake, Michigan: Two sets of identical twins in the US are getting ready to exchange wedding woes. Yes, you heard that right.
Identical twins Krissie and Kassie Bevier will marry Zack and Nick Lewan on Aug 3 and 4, reported US newspaper Jackson Citizen Patriot.
Krissie and Zach will get hitched on Friday while Kassie and Nick will follow suit on Saturday.
The four will have their wedding reception on Saturday night. Nick Lewan told a local TV channel that he was in “disbelief” over everything. How did this magical thing happen? It began with Kassie and Nick Lewan, who first met at Grand Valley State University four years ago.
The professor in the psychology class had asked if there were any twins, and Kassie and Nick both raised their hands. “I was looking around and I looked behind and I was like, ‘Oh. I’m in trouble now,'” Nick said.
The two subsequently exchanged numbers and began chatting. Later, Kassie invited Nick to church on Sunday and both brought along their twins. A month later, Krissie started dating Zach.
Both Nick and Zach popped the question at the same time during a family trip in February 2017.
After the wedding, the couples plan to move in together into a two-bedroom apartment. The Beviers are working toward finishing their doctorates in physical therapy at the University of Michigan.
Nick Lewan is pursuing his master’s degree in mental health counseling from Oakland University while Zack Lewan works in vegetation management for an energy company. The couples say they click together because all of them have the same values.
“I’m just really thankful that we met two girls – not just because they’re twins, but they grew up the same as we did,” Zack said. But while they might alike and share similar interests, they also emphasize their individuality.
“We’re not the same people. We’re actually very different – like night and day, when it comes to some personality traits,” Krissie said. “Yes, we look alike. Yes, we have very similar interests in things. But we are very different people.”