Cloud Nine Nuptials At Mount Snow Attracts More Than 20 Couples; Some Who Will Tie The Knot For The First Time, Others Will Renew Their Vows At 3,600 Feet

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Mount Snow Popular Couples Destination

“There’s just something about this place that sparks romance”

The inaugural Cloud Nine Nuptials at Mount Snow Resort in Southern Vermont has more than 20 couples signed up, three of which will tie-the-knot for the first time with the others renewing their marriage vows at the top of the mountain on Valentine’s Day, including last year’s Mount Snow Wedding Giveaway winners Dave Rothman and Tyne Pike-Sprenger who are coming back to the resort to celebrate their one year anniversary. The occasion will start at 10:00am with the ‘processional’ going up the Sunbrook Quad, complete with wedding music, and couples will unload at the top to gather around a heart painted on the snow where a local Justice of the Peace will conduct the ceremony.

Mount Snow has always been a popular couples destination with stories of people meeting at the mountain, and eventually getting married, dating back to the resort’s early days of the 1950’s.

“There’s just something about this place that sparks romance”, said communications manager, David Meeker, who met his wife while working at Mount Snow back in 2004. “Some of the folks joining us for the Cloud Nine Nuptials met here and even got married here, so Mount Snow holds a special place in many hearts.”

Mount Snow also offered two lift tickets for $49 available for advance purchase online prior to Monday, February 13. There is also a three course Sweetheart Tasting Menu dinner being offered at Harriman’s Restaurant in the Grand Summit Resort Hotel from 6:00pm to 9:00pm.

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Vermont Ski Areas Association
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