Kelly & Michael’s Dream Wedding at Corinthian Yacht Club, Cape May: Unforgettable Sunsets & Serenades

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Kelly & Michael’s Highlights – Corinthian Yacht Club

As a videographer who has captured countless weddings along the Jersey Shore, I’ve come to anticipate the stunning sunsets that the Corinthian Yacht Club in Cape May consistently delivers. There’s something truly magical about tying the knot against the backdrop of the sun dipping below the horizon, painting the sky with colors that enhance the romance of the occasion. Kelly and Michael’s wedding was the epitome of such a day—filled with moments that were as beautiful as they were heartfelt.

During my time filming weddings, I’ve witnessed a wide array of celebrations, but few could compare to the unique blend of elegance, joy, and natural beauty that Kelly and Michael’s wedding brought to the forefront. As the groom took the stage to serenade his bride, the atmosphere was charged with emotion, creating a highlight that was both personal and profoundly moving. Adding to the magic were the dolphins that graced us with their presence, playfully punctuating the celebration with a touch of whimsy.

The Corinthian Yacht Club, with its renowned ability to showcase the best sunsets on the Jersey Shore, provided the perfect setting for this unforgettable day. As I write from a snow-covered Vermont, the warm glow of that evening remains a vivid memory, a testament to the lasting impression that Kelly and Michael’s wedding has left on me.

Kelly and Michael’s celebration was not just a showcase of love and commitment, but also a reminder of the incredible beauty that nature can bring to such a special day. From the golden hues of the sunset to the unexpected delight of dolphins making an appearance, their wedding was a perfect harmony of human joy and the natural world.


Christopher lives in Vermont with his wife, twin boys, corgi. He has owned a film production company, sold slot machines, and worked for Tony Robbins. He writes in his magical tiny house and sometimes writes in his blog at