Twin sisters who married two identical brothers and had baby boys who are biological siblings will finally introduce them to their mom’s side of the family for Easter today

  • Brittany and Briana Salyers, both 37, packed up their family for an Easter celebration in Delaware for a holiday extravaganza with their mom’s side 
  • The two live together in a Virginia mansion with their twin husbands, both 39, and two-year-old sons 
  • The family is known to walk through every milestone with each other and even tied the knot at a joint wedding ceremony while wearing the same dress 

Twins Brittany and Briana Salyers celebrate every milestone together, including taking their twin husbands and sons to celebrate Easter with their mom’s side of the family for the first time.

The two women, both 37, haven’t traveled to their family’s home in Delaware since 2016 – a year before they met their husbands Jeremy and Josh, both 39.

Brittany tied the not to Josh and Briana to Jeremy in a joint 2018 ceremony. Less than three years later in 2021, Brittany gave birth to Jett and Briana to Jax within four months of each other. They are known as quaternary twin siblings rather than cousins.

Now, they decided to make a return home to introduce their family to their two kids and make Easter with their family a tradition.

The six live together in a mansion in Virginia where they base several of their viral social media posts that share their lives together.

About 60 relatives from their mom’s side of the family gathered on Easter for their annual egg hunt extravaganza.

To prepare the two-year-olds for the festivities, they practiced hiding eggs around their mansion.

‘I am so excited to introduce Jeremy and Josh to this side of the family for the holiday…and to have them be part of the Easter tradition,’ Briana told People.

Along with the married couples, their two kids tend to dress in the same attire.

She revealed that Jett and Jax would be wearing matching pink shorts paired with a blue shirt and vest for the day.

‘The babies are very excited about the trip,’ Briana said.

Briana added they were a tad worried about how their children would react in a long four-hour car ride. They hoped a car-sized television would keep them calm.

The twin couples have shared their lives closely together since meeting at an Ohio Twins Day Festival in 2017.

Before meeting the sisters, Jeremy said he and his twin brother Josh had made a vow that they would only marry another set of twins.

‘Me and Josh always knew we had to find our twins if we were going to get married — and we told each other that we’ll never be able to unless we find a set of twins that we could fall in love with and marry,’ Jeremy previously said.

‘We got lucky enough to find them, we couldn’t be happier.’

They couples took their close relationship a step further when they announced they were pregnant months apart from each other in 2020.

In the epic announcement, the sisters both wore red one-pieces with ‘Baby Watch’ printed on them, while the Salyers twins struck identical poses in their matching red outfits.

‘We are so grateful to experience overlapping pregnancies and to be able to raise children of the same age together,’ the couples previously told

‘Our children will not only be cousins, but full genetic siblings and quaternary multiples!’

The couples have earned attention for their unique story, especially after the men proposed to the women with identical custom rings by Jerrick’s Fine Jewelry, which each had double infinity symbols coated in diamonds. 

The brothers proposed at the same moment, getting down on one knee together in front of their matching brides-to-be — who, naturally, had similar reactions, smiling and holding their hands to their chests.

The women later said ‘I do’ in Twinsburg, Ohio while wearing identical dresses, and the men in matching tuxedos, with two sets of twins acting as ring bearers. 

There were plenty of other twins at their wedding, with 17 total — including them — posing for a picture together in Twinsburg Township Square.

The event later aired in a TLC special called Our Twinsane Wedding in February of 2019.