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Couple Gets Married on Mt. Everest and, Despite Difficulties, the Photos are Breathtaking
September 4, 2017
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Couple Gets Married on Mt. Everest and, Despite Difficulties, the Photos are BreathtakingJames Sisson and Ashley Schmieder have become the first couple to ever get married at the base camp of Mount Everest in a tuxedo and wedding dress – and though they say that it was a long and arduous journey, the photos are proof that the event was worth it.

The couple had planned on doing something dangerous and daring for their wedding, but they had not thought about the world’s highest mountain until it was suggested by Charleton Churchill: a self-proclaimed adventure wedding photographer.

Schmieder contacted the photographer one year in advance and started hashing out plans for the trip. The duo hired a crew that would escort them up the mountain, and to prepare, they went to the gym obsessively to get in shape for the hike.

Then, in March, the troupe flew from Seattle to Dubai, then to Kathmandu in Nepal. With their lightweight wedding outfits and gear strapped to their backs, they began the weeklong hike up the mountain.

“We were like family. Ashley is a tough girl who crushed it on the mountain trail and maintained a great pace. James is a great man who took care of Ashley, always looking after her needs,” says Churchill. “Plus he’s a comedian who made us laugh often. It can be difficult after a few days on a long mountain trek with all the pressure and lack of resources to maintain a smile, but we did well.”

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