Some 60 of happy couples tied the knot in a mass skiing wedding recently. The special event took place on Valnetine’s Day at  Colorado’s Loveland Ski Area. Wearing ski goggles, ski jackets, ski trousers and an array of veils, ski-style wedding dresses, top hats and tails, the couples all said “I do” at the mountaintop ceremony.

The couples rode a chairlift up the mountain and then skied or snowboarded down the mountain for a party with cake and music.

A spokesman for Loveland resort said that 60 couples either got married or renewed their vows at the annual mountaintop matrimony ceremony and reception.

The Marry Me & Ski For Free Mountaintop Matrimony event is the 21st that has taken place in Loveland. It is alwasyhugely popular, with coiuples signing up to say “I do” many months in advance.

It takes place at noon sharp outside the Ptarmagin Roost Cabin at an elevation 12,050 feet. 

The mass wedding ceremeony last about 30 minutes, followed by the spectacle of all newly wes zooming downhill on their skis or snowboards.  There was also an after party for couples and a prize for the best-dressed couple! 

This gives new meaning to white weddings!