I don't know about the guy who skied Everest, but I think it was 2002 that Zeb Roche, mountain guide and ex French paragliding team, married his wife Clair . (She was for a while the women's world paragliding champion.)
At their wedding in their mountain village the groom and bride (in traditional white) arrived by parachute from the slopes above, as did both sets of parents and many friends who circled around above them, ringing cow-bells.
For their honeymoon they climbed Everest together, carrying a specially made, light tandem parachute. They then spread their parachute 20 metres below the sumit and paraglided down, startling some other climbers they passed on the way.
That was one of the climbs and descents they have now completed from the highest peak on each continent (including Antarctica).
They took video film on all of them and this has been seen quite widely, though I'm unsure if it is generally available.
Their website is http://www.antipodeszeb.com/accueil.htm