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January 28, 1989 - Image 100

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-28

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DEE KALT
TRAVEL

Honeymoon Specialists
For
Cruises, Tours and
Land Arrangements.



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Royal Oak, MI 48072



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Mich. Toll Free 1.800-362-7629

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CLASSIC CUISINE

Specializing In:

Conventions • Weddings • Bar/Bat Mitzvahs
Anniversaries • Office Parties
All Occasions
Approved by Council of Orthodox Rabbis
Phillip Tewel
(313) 661-4050

Food and Beverage Director

BRIDES 1989

Farmington Hills, Michigan

Set Your
Priorities

Wedding planners agree that some
basic guidelines can help to make a
wedding as perfect as possible and
without last minute glitches.

• Priorities

When deciding on a budget, es-
tablish which aspect of the wedding
is most important to you — band,
flowers, food, etc. Figure on spend-
ing the largest amount on the food.
Then allot sums of money to other
areas in order of importance.

• Plan Ahead

While a wedding can be planned
in four to six months, most people
feel more comfortable with a nine to
twelve month time frame. As soon
as you select a wedding date, line up
the ceremony and reception sites,
caterer, photographer and band since
these services are often booked as
many as two to three years in
advance.

• Organize

Use a system to organize your
plans. Keep written records in a
folder or book, to help you keep
track of deposits, receipts, deadlines,
schedules and appointments. Devise
a system of lists, tables or charts to
remember everything you have to do
for the wedding.

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• Band

Try to hear the band in person
before you hire them. Videotape
does not necessarily do justice to
some bands. Make sure to have in
writing that the band leader will be
at your wedding. Keep in mind that
the music should encompass a wide
range of guests' tastes.

• Photographer

The bride and groom should meet
with the photographer before he or
she is hired, to make sure all are on
the same wave length at the wed-
ding. Discuss when and where for-
mal portraits will be taken. Discuss
the importance of candids as well as
how much of a presence you want
the photographer to be.

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