Identical twin sisters left guests seeing double – as they held a joint wedding ceremony.
Brides Jenna and Morwenna Treleven, 29, both got hitched in a double ceremony with grooms Sebastian McNeilly and Andrew Laws.
The foursome exchanged vows at the St Helier Methodist Centre in Jersey then posed for pictures on rocks near Corbière.
As the older of the twins by 19 minutes, Morwenna was first to tie the knot with Mr Laws, 31 on Saturday.
But Jenna and Mr McNeilly, 35, did not have long to wait before they also exchanged vows and were pronounced husband and wife.
The big day marked the culmination of a long period of planning for the two couples, who for several months were unsure of what they would be able to do as a result of restrictions relating to Covid-19.
Jenna said: “When we first planned the day, prior to coronavirus, we were looking at around 130 guests.
“We decided we definitely wanted to go ahead with the marriages, but at one stage a couple of months ago we thought it might be just the four of us and the vicar.”
In the end, the two couples and the Rev Tony Morling were able to be joined by more than 30 guests for the service.
Jenna added: “As we went through the levels of what was permitted, we were able to expand the day and it meant that the immediate relatives from all the three families could all attend.”
Morwenna and her husband live in London, where she works as a maths teacher and he as a civil engineer.
Jenna and her new husband are both pharmacists at Jersey General Hospital.
After posing for pictures on the steps of the Methodist Centre, the newlyweds posed for pictures with photographer Matt Porteous.
This was followed by a family meal hosted by John and Jean Treleven at the family farm in St Helier.
The twins, both former pupils at Jersey College for Girls, and their husbands have now headed away for their honeymoons – Mr and Mrs McNeilly to Burgh Island in Devon, and Mr and Mrs Laws to the Cotswolds.
A second celebration for the original full guestlist is scheduled for summer 2021.