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Cara Suzanne Turner and Jerry Allan Weichman, both of Newport Beach, were married Sept. 28 aboard the “Dream On” yacht in Newport harbor. The ceremony was conducted by the groom’s cousin, Steven Bromberg.

The bride, a 1996 graduate of Nevada Union High School, is the daughter of John and Linda Turner of Nevada City. She graduated from University of the Pacific in 2000 with a degree in communication. She is a commercial broker with C.B. Richard Ellis in Orange County.

The groom, a 1994 graduate of Santa Monica High School, is the son of Dr. Barry and Laurie Weichman of Santa Monica. He is a doctoral candidate at the University of California, Irvine, and is employed as a clinical psychologist in Orange County.

The bride wore an Amy Michaelson sleeveless silk sheath, trimmed with beaded crystals. An Austrian crystal band secured a fingertip veil trimmed in satin ribbon. She wore her great-great-grandmother’s engagement ring and carried a bouquet of roses and orchids.

The maid of honor was Abigail Thompson of New York.

The bridesmaids were Talia Turner, sister of the bride, of Reno; Miriam Juarez of Brea; Heather Sheptenko of Pasadena; Keri Weill of Fresno; and Maggie Vineyard and Kelly Wood, both of Manhattan Beach.

The best man was James Harper of Penn Valley and Truckee.

The groomsmen were Joseph Weichman and Jeffrey Weichman, brothers of the groom, both of Santa Monica; Anthony St. George of Harley, Idaho; Damon Kachur of Sacramento; Taylor Crary of Newport Beach; and Robert Wood of Manhattan Beach.

The bride’s aunt, Dawn Oddo of New Orleans, and the groom’s aunt, Rochelle Weichman of Boston, read scripture during the ceremony.

Approximately 150 guests enjoyed dinner and dancing aboard “Dream On” as it cruised the harbor.

The three-layered cake was decorated with hydrangeas and roses.

The guest book attendant was Aubrey Wellman of Truckee. The photographer was Rick Rosen of Newport Beach.

The couple honeymooned in Jamaica.

They live in Newport Beach.

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