Karyn and Tucker Brown of Denver, Colorado telemark ski down the mountain after the mass ceremony.
Ski Loveland’s Mountaintop Matrimony 2017 where love was in the air yesterday as 70 couples participated in a mass wedding ceremony, 17 of couples actually got married this year.
The 26th Annual Valentine’s Day Mountaintop Matrimony ceremony and reception is a Ski Loveland tradition where new couples are joined in matrimony and married couples renew their vows at The Ptarmigan Roost Cabin, elevation 12,050 feet.
Above, Lisa and David VanTine of Aspen, Colorado show a newspaper clip of their wedding announcement from 1986.
Above, Karyn and Tucker’s first ‘I DO’ lift ticket from 10 years ago. They’ve attended the event every year since.
Above, of the 70 couples who said ‘I DO’ 17 were actually married. The other couple were vowing renewals.
Above, Harry is the l officiant for the annual wedding ceremony.
Above, Karyn and Tucker telemark ski down the mountain after the mass wedding ceremony.
Above, Karyn and Tucker tailgate barbecued burgers for lunch in the parking lot after the mass wedding ceremony.
Above, custom beer bottle label for Mountaintop Matrimony 2017.
Above, Karyn and Tucker’s first dance at the mass wedding reception.
Wedding couples greet each other during the mass wedding reception.