Having grown up in Massachusetts, I may be a little biased in thinking that Cape Cod is one of the most beautiful places in world. It’s best known as a sumemrtime place, but my favorite time of year on the Cape is the early fall just after Labor Day. The end of summer brings an end to traffic jams at the canal bridges and an end to crowded beaches. This tranquil season is when Kara and Michael invited their friends and family to New Seabury to join them in celebrating their wedding.
Michael was overjoyed seeing Kara for the first time on their wedding day.
The ceremony began with Kara’s 91 year old Nana leading the processional.
New Seabury’s greens made a lovely backdrop for a few posed photos.
Kara wanted a photo showing everyone who shared the day with them so we asked folks to gather behind the clubhouse after the ceremony.
Then Michael took Kara on a short jaunt past the first hole to the beach where they enjoyed the sunset and had a few moments to themselves.
Back at the clubhouse, Kara made a few quick touch ups to fix her wind blown hair, and soon they were introduced into their reception.
After the toasts the party swung into high gear. The evening’s dancing began with a Horah and ended with an Albanian line dance.
Congratulations again, Kara and Michael!