Originally Posted by dale124
The only way to make the original premise plausible is if the two brides are identical twins separated at birth who discover each other's existence only on their wedding day. Hey, that might work!
This makes me remember of a story here about a woman not knowing she has an idential twin sister, then meeting by accident, and soing some husband swapping after that. Where in the end they even trick the husbands into thinking they swapped, when they didn't.
And to OP: it's not too unlikely for a hotel to host two weddings at the same time, and arriving at the wrong hall in the correct hotel is much more likely than the wrong chapel (especialyl assuming the brides were involved in preparations for their wedding, so they would know which chapel they're supposed to go to, while a hotel with multiple large function rooms may at the last moment change the room for whatever reason).
Now the likelyhood for even the men to accept another woman on their wedding night, let alone the women, that's a totally different matter.There is only so much disbelief one can suspend