Where do you imagine your perfect wedding will be? In a church, on a beautiful island by the sea? Or maybe if you like snow you could do like what a couple of snowmobiling enthusiasts did. Brittany Memmel and McKabe Memmel rode their sleds to an Upper Peninsula mountaintop to tie the knot.
About two miles away from the closest point that a vehicle could get, the bride surprised her groom by changing her clothes and wearing a wedding dress. However, she kept her snow pants underneath and a coat over top to avoid freezing.
Brittany Memmel said, “It was my dream dress. It fit like a glove and was everything I wanted it to be.”
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The snowmobiling lover planned to wear the wedding dress about two weeks before the ceremony, but she didn’t have a chance to try it on before the wedding day. Even the groom had no idea about it. She told him that the large box contained his birthday gift.
Ten of the couple’s snowmobiling friends accompanied them, in addition to the one who ordained the occasion. There was no family around them, no photographer, flowers, or any decorations. They only had a celebratory drink on the mountaintop and then headed home for a taco bar dinner.
“It was fun. That’s all we wanted. I didn’t want it to be anything more than it needed to be.” the bride said.