Nicholas and Cara Maryanopolis
Cara Zambri of Malta, Saratoga County, the daughter of Charles and Susan Zambri of Gloversville, was united in marriage to Nicholas Maryanopolis of Malta, the son of James and Susan Maryanopolis of Gloversville, on Nov. 7, 2015.
The ceremony took place at the Gedney Farm, New Marlboro, Mass. Joshua Antonucci officiated.
The bride was escorted by her father.
The maid of honor was Margaret Smith of Brooklyn, Kings County. The bridal attendants were Maggie O’Brien of Jamaica Plain, Mass.; Jennifer Foster of Anchorage, Alaska, sister of the bridegroom; Lynn Roman of Niskayuna, Schenectady County, and Jennifer Hill of Gloversville, both cousins of the bride; and Maryanne O’Brien of Salem, Conn. The flower girls were Emily and Liliana Roman of Niskayuna, cousins of the bride.
The best man was Kolin Hallenbeck of Gloversville. The groomsmen were Chuck Foster of Anchorage, Charles Zambri III of Jamaica Plain, brother of the bride; Ed Kelly of Charlotte, N.C.; Andrew Collar of Corinth, Saratoga County; Noah Flint of Salt Lake City, Utah; Ben Hamlin of South Burlington, Vt.; Joshua Antonucci of Queensbury, Warren County; and Chris Hartmann of San Francisco, Calif.
A reception for 200 guests took place at the Gedney Farm.
A wedding trip was taken to Fiji and Australia. The couple resides in Malta.
The bride, who is a 2004 graduate of Gloversville High School and a 2008 graduate of the College of Holy Cross Worcester, Mass., received a master’s degree in communications, advertising, marketing and public relations from Boston University, Massachusetts in 2010. She is the marketing principal at C2-Design Group, Schenectady.
The bridegroom is a 2004 graduate of Gloversville High School and a 2008 graduate of Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston, with a bachelor’s degree in architecture. He is employed as a construction manager with M & W Group and is working at Global Foundries, Malta.