Couple Hikes Mount Everest For Their Epic Wedding, And The Photos Will Take Your Breath Away

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Coolest couple ever award goes to James and Ashley. Most couples spend the year before their wedding tasting cake, choosing between cream and eggshell, and finding the perfect dress. Not for James and Ashley. This couple decided to spend the year preceding their wedding training for hiking Mount Everest and having their actual wedding there.

 

 

This woman is the opposite of a bridezilla – she was cool enough to do part of the trek in her dress. Serious badass. While you might say, “no thanks” and opt out of this unconventional wedding, it sounds like an awesome way to make your relationship stronger, have a memorable bonding experience (more than dealing with fighting relatives!), and a once-in a lifetime experience where you get to motivate your better half.


These two lovebirds spent a whopping three weeks hiking to the Nepal base camp of Everest (at 17,000 feet. Could you look that sexy with altitude sickness?) And tying the knot there. Why rent a church or some fancy venue when you have the world’s most striking organic decor amongst its natural wonders?


Oh, and Ashley’s dress also happened to be absolutely stunning, with her makeup looking #flawless, even after an exhausting hike. Loving the hiking boot/wedding dress combo!

 

 

Instead of a bungalow in Tahiti, these two celebrated in a tent on the side of the mountain, and got to stroll hand in hand in their finest garb alongside some breathtaking scenery.


The pics of the actual ceremony are making our eyes well up, and they look glad that such a milestone moment could be celebrated in this rare and ethereal moments.


Adventure wedding photographer Charleston Churchill took these unearthly shots, and the result was a dream come true. He’s rated as one of the top 100 wedding photographers in the states and Canada, and you can clearly see why from these images.


We wonder how they followed this up with a honeymoon! Seriously, how do you top a journey and a view like this?

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