Shelley (Sharpe) Evans and David Evans get married at Revelstoke Mountain Resort on Valentine’s Day on Saturday. The resort brought a marriage commissioner to the top of the gondola so couple’s could either get married or renew their vows for free. Eleven married couples chose the latter

PHOTO: A Valentine’s Day mountain wedding

David Evans and Shelley Sharpe took advantage of free weddings at Revelstoke Mountain Resort on Valentine's Day to tie the knot.

  • Feb. 17, 2015 12:00 p.m.

Shelley (Sharpe) Evans and David Evans get married at Revelstoke Mountain Resort on Valentine’s Day on Saturday. The resort brought a marriage commissioner to the top of the gondola so couple’s could either get married or renew their vows for free. Eleven married couples chose the latter, while the Evanses took the opportunity to wed. The newlyweds are the developers behind the proposed Arrow Heights development reported in last week’s Times Review.

Photo by Keri Knapp

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