Jewish Wedding Cape Cod

Chuppah Huppah BeachCape Cod, MA is a quiet seaside town, and a favorite vacation for many families who return year after year. Aleah, the bride, grew up spending summers on the Cape, and those times were a cherished childhood memory. It was the perfect place for her Jewish wedding. Photography by Shoreshotz1 Photography.

Bridesmaids Beach Wedding Cape Cod Jewish WeddingBridal Party Cape Cod Beach BrideWhen they began to plan their wedding, Aleah and Adam agreed that there was no better place to tie the knot. The bride says:

“When we began wedding planning, our immediate thought was to get married on Cape Cod.  I grew up spending summers in Falmouth ever since I was little.  The Sea Crest has always been special to me because I used to go each year for Sunday Brunch to celebrate my birthday.  When we started dating, Adam would always come down the Cape each summer and we came to love spending days on the water, collecting sea glass at the Knob in Woods Hole, and eating as much seafood as we could.

Jewish Wedding Party BeachJewish Wedding Party Cape Cod BeachNothing beats the Cape and it reminds us of my Mom who passed away from cancer in 2010.  She loved an ocean breeze, sailing, and the nature of Cape Cod.  We knew we wanted to be by the water, by the beach, and we had the perfect setting.  We wanted to go a little nautical with a rustic-beachy look and everything came together perfectly.”

Cape Cod Jewish Wedding Bar & Bat Mitzvah, Wedding Venues & VendorsThe couple met their freshman year in college and bonded over a mutual love of baseball.

“Adam and I met our freshman year of college at UNH through my roommate at the time and immediately hit it off. Our first date was a Red Sox game and I remember it was a chilly night so Adam signed up for a credit card under a fake name so that he could get a free fleece blanket for me to keep warm. We ended up making things “official” on April 8, 2005 and each year on April 8th, we have celebrated with a Red Sox game and a bottle of champagne, keeping the cork & writing the date and a message on it as a keepsake. On April 8, 2011, our 6th year anniversary, Adam popped open a bottle of champagne and wrote the message “Will You Marry Me?” on it. Of course I said, YES! We celebrated with a surprise dinner he set up with our closest friends/family that night and with a Sox game a few days later!”

White Bridal Bouquet Blue Invitation Wedding Donation The wedding was laid back and intimate with many personal touches, including a donation from the couple on behalf of their guests to a charity they support.


Chuppah HuppahChuppah Bride GroomThe chuppah was decorated by a Tallit from the groom’s father. The couple said their vows with perfect blue skies.

Beach Wedding Cake & Details

Beach Sand Wedding CakeJewish Wedding Centerpieces The details reflected the beach wedding theme, including a seashell cake topper.  Wings Neck Lighthouse is a main attraction in Falmouth, and lighthouses were worked into the table centerpieces.

Cake CuttingThis is one couple that keeps their sense of humor. They have a bit of fun as they cut the cake.

Jewish Beach Wedding Mazel Tov to Adam and Aleah! Thanks for sharing your special day!

Vendor Credits:
Photographer: Shoreshotz1 Photography
Floral Designer: Casablanca Florals
Dress Store: Mikaella Bridal
DJ: Cape Tunes
Bridesmaid Dresses: Alfred Angelo
Bakery: The Scratch Cake
Event Venue: Seacrest Beach Hotel
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Editorial Partner: Two Bright Lights

Written by Lonni Delane

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    Such a fun filled wedding… The pictures are great. loved the decor, the table setting. Beach weddings are mesmerizing….. The wedding gown looks very pretty