"We didn't have a lot of space. It's a small mountaintop," she said.
But Antonie really wanted her mother to be there with her, and she was sure her mom was in good enough shape to make the climb.
"She wasn't even sore the next day. She was on the dance floor doing the salsa," Antonie said.
Arthur Kearns, owner of the Seneca Rocks Climbing School, said people have occasionally gotten married at the peak, but he's not aware of anyone doing it in formal attire. He planned himself to get married at the peak 19 years ago, "but the minister tapped out ... about 200 feet off the ground," apparently afraid of heights.
Kearns said he understands the appeal, as Seneca is a special place for many people.
"It's probably our favorite place we've ever been," Bob Ewing said. "I think Antonie and I have a special relationship. I'm lucky to have found someone who complements me so well."