Photography Trent Bell
When she was looking for a wedding photographer, Alyse Trudo came across some photos of couples using skis as their wedding guestbook. She liked the idea and talked to her then-fiance, Rich Oliver, about it. He, in turn, spoke to his mother, Debra Oliver, who found a pair of antique wooden skis in the home of her own mother, Margaret Tuttle. The skis had been in the Tuttle basement for so long that no one was sure when they’d last been used. The memento of the Trudo-Oliver wedding now sits covered in well wishes in the foyer of Alyse’s parents’ ski home overlooking the Sunday River slopes.