(KTVU) - It was no ordinary wedding- a couple from Sacramento wed at Mount Everest's base camp.
James and Ashley, and their adventure photographer Charleton Churchill, traveled to the camp at an elevation 17,600 feet in March.
Once they reached the base camp, they traded their climbing gear for a gown and tux, becoming the first couple to exchange vows in traditional wedding outfits at the base camp.
The group trained for the year and planned to be on the mountain for 2-3 weeks to climb to the base camp.
Once they arrived to the base camp, they only had an hour and a half to eat, get married, pack up, and get on a helicopter- which didn't end up coming until the next morning.
The couple were married in -5 to 5 degrees Fahrenheit.
Churchill said, "It's one of the most beautiful locations in the world that's difficult to get to, and nobody's done it before. So we are thrilled to have finally pulled it off.