In this Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2012 photo, Andee Waldie, right, helps paint a directional sign with her brother Bradford and soon to be sister-in-law Megan, in Mesa, Ariz., Five of the eight siblings of the Waldie family will be married to their spouses on Friday, Aug. 10. While trying to plan wedding dates with out-of-state family and guests, dad Doug Waldie suggested they all marry on the same day. (AP Photo/East Valley Tribune, Tim Hacker) ARIZONA REPUBLIC OUT
MESA, Ariz. (AP) — It's a mega wedding day for a Mesa, Ariz., family with five siblings walking down the aisle on the same day.
The East Valley Tribune (http://bit.ly/P39zqT ) reports the five Waldie children all got engaged within a few months of each other.
While trying to plan wedding dates with out-of-state family and guests, dad Doug Waldie suggested they all marry on the same day.
So five of the eight Waldie children got married Friday at a Mormon church in Mesa: 28-year-old Emily, 26-year-old Bradford, 25-year-old Sydney, 24-year-old Walker and 20-year-old Brooke.
Each ceremony was separate, but the reception was scheduled for all five couples Friday night at the Falcon Field Air Force Museum.
Eighteen-year-old Andee Waldie, one of two unmarried sisters, was a bridesmaid for four of the couples.
Information from: East Valley Tribune, http://www.eastvalleytribune.com