Many newlyweds are keen to make their wedding special, and this is what Dawn Leblond and his wife Christian Lopez, who love to climb mountains, did when they decided to hold their wedding on the top of a mountain in West Virginia, which took them five hours to climb while wearing traditional wedding clothes, and spoke Leblond, adult The 35-year-old, on the moment he proposed to Lopez, 44, said: “We had been dating for a few months and I asked a climber’s friend to put the ring inside the summit log, a box in which climbers record their visits.”
Leblond added, “Every time we went to the summit, we would sign a register and write a little note about our love..and this time, I opened the register to find an engagement ring,” according to the website. insider “.
Holding the wedding on the top of the mountain wasn’t the couple’s first idea, as they were planning to hold a wedding in 2022 on land they bought in West Virginia, and construction costs delayed the project, so they said the Seneca Rocks Summit was an ideal alternative.
The husband said the wedding was scheduled for late summer, so it wasn’t too hot and friends could climb the 300-foot mountain for the ceremony.
Lopez, who owns a glass company, remembered the moment she climbed the mountain. “When we got to the top, we could see the clouds dissipating,” she said.
The couple wore traditional wedding clothes with the husband wearing trousers of Prana And a jacket and a sports shirt while the wife wore a sleeveless wedding dress, which was designed with lightweight and durable materials so as not to be scratched when climbing the mountain
Dawn Leblond met his wife Christian Lopez when climbing mountains during the epidemic, and their relationship was a friendship and soon turned into a love story that ended in marriage.
While climbing the mountain
The party on top of the mountain