Three identical sisters who share the same birthday, the same looks and tastes tied the knot together at the same wedding ceremony, Passo Fundo, southern Brazil.

Triplets Rafaela, Rochele and Tagiane Bini share the same looks and now the same wedding anniversary after getting married on the same day

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Triplets Rafaela, Rochele and Tagiane Bini have always been close and shared the same tastes and interests since they were babies and now they have the same wedding anniversary. They even wore the same wedding dress, as well as hair style and make up, for their big day. What concerns their grooms, who look strikingly similar, they admitted that they had been worried not to mix up their wives-to-be when it came to exchanging vows.

Like many identical siblings, the sisters told how they have always been close and shared the same tastes and interests since they were babies

It was parents Pedro and Salete who suggested the girls to get married together as all three sisters had met their love and were engaged at this moment. The 29-year-old sisters’ grooms Rafael, Gabriel and Eduardo supported the idea. The only dilemma for father Pedro was how he would walk all three daughters down the aisle at once. He said: “We decided that we would all walk down the aisle until half way down the church. From there, I would take one at a time.”

The pews at the Nossa Senhora Aparecida catholic cathedral in Passo Fundo were moved apart to allow more space for the three brides to walk down the aisle together

The girls explained how they all went together to get their hair and make-up done with the intention of looking different – but they all ended up liking the same style

The first to be taken to the altar by their father was Tagiane, who was the first to be born. She remembered: “I tried to hold back my emotion, but I couldn’t. To see my dad there, at that moment, was a feeling I can’t explain.” The girls explained how they all went together to get their hair and make-up done with the intention of looking different.

The triplets, pictured with their new husbands Rafael, Gabriel and Eduardo, wore the exact same wedding dress, as well as hair style and make up, for their big day on Saturday

But, said Rochele, “We tried a number of styles, but we all liked the same one. It’s not even worth trying, it always ends up like that.” Their parents, Pedro and Salete, already had one daughter, Liziele, when they decided to increase the family – but never imagined three more girls would come at once. Now they say that their precious girls are the best that happened in their lives.

It was parents Pedro and Salete who suggested the girls all get married together after Tagiane also got engaged to Eduardo