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May 17, 1991 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-05-17

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PARTY ❑ PARTY ❑ PARTY ❑ PARTY ❑ PARTY ❑ PARTY ❑ PARTY ❑ PARTY ❑ PARTY ❑
PARTY ❑ PARTY ❑ PARTY [11 PARTY ❑

AT MARRIOTT
SERVICE
Is THE ULTIMATE
LUXURY.

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The refined ambience of The Ritz-Carlton,
Dearborn is the ideal tenue for meetings of any
size from two to 850 people. All amidst The
Ritz-Carlton's impeccable standards of service
and uncompromising attention to detail.

The Ri-Carlton, Dearborn
300 Town Center Drive
Dearborn, MI 48126
(313) 441-2000

THE RITZ-CARLTON

DEARBORN



When you stay with us, you'll always be
pampered. In our restaurants, in our
lounges, at the pool, in your room.
Because we take the word "guest" very
seriously. That's why Marriott people
have gained the reputation of being the
friendliest, best trained folks in the
business. We know we're not only work-
ing to serve you today. We're working to
bring you back.

We at Southfield Marriott are experts at
hosting occasions of all sizes. Weddings,
Showers, Bar Mitzvahs, Bat Mitzvahs,
Banquets, Anniversaries, Birthdays,
Meetings, Events of all type.

Make it the happy occasion you'll never
forget. Make it Southfield Marriott.

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SIMPLY THE
WORLD'S BEST
BIRTHDAY PARTIES
FOR KIDS & ADULTS

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cheaper. If you are unsure
what to play, hire a disc
jockey. Believe it or not, they
don't only do Sweet Sixteen
parties or prom night galas.
1/1" Party themes are as
varied as people's imagina-
tions. Here are a few ideas to
start you thinking about
planning a little gem of a
theme party that your friends
will remember when they
think back to the summer of
1991.
Host a romantic Welcome
Summer Party. 'fly to sched-
ule your date to coincide with
summer's official start in
June. Choose white as a
theme color and ask your
guests to dress in summer
white. Make the party an
elegant affair with crystal,
silver and china on tables
skirted to the floor in white
linens. Key in on white roses,
white wine, white candles,
and soft romantic music.
Plan a menu that encom-
passes a sophisticated main
dish. For dessert, pile sugar-
coated strawberries, cherries
or grapes onto a silver dish.
Thast the summer season
with the best champagne.
For a lazy Sunday after-
noon, plan a Victorian

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Ask for CHEF VERA
or CHEF KELLI
BIRMINGHAM, MI

The secret to
these and any
successful theme
party is planning,
planning — and
more planning.

Garden Party. Search for an
invitation with a Victorian
motif, perhaps a bouquet of
flowers tied in lace and rib-
bons. Ask the ladies to wear
pretty sundresses and straw
hats. Give the men straw
boaters when they arrive —
you can get them from novel-
ty stores.
Set up a croquet course and
arrange for guests to play
with partners. Have plenty of
liquid refreshments, including
a glass pitcher filled to the
brim with homemade lemon-
ade.
After the game, set up
buffet tables in a pretty
garden area or on a porch or
deck. Decorate the area with
vases full of old-fashioned
flowers like day-lilies, black-
eyed Susans and Queen
Anne's lace plus all the wicker
furniture you can find. Serve
small sandwiches, salads,
sliced cold chicken, garden
tomatoes, fresh fruit, delicate
cookies.
Give an all-out Patriotic
Picnic Bash loaded with
nostalgia. Optimum date is
July 4th, but any day is
fine. In fact, many people
have traditional family par-
ties on the Fourth so a few

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