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January 30, 1993 - Image 8

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-30

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SFIC)IPP EIR

OUR RETAIL ROUNDUP

MEMBERS OF THE
WEDDING

Fashion designers Achariya and
Vatana Wafters, of Walters & Wat-
ters in Dallas, Texas, design
bridesmaid dresses that women
want to wear a second time. The
company describes its line as
"Purist designs that reflect simple
elegance and timeless beauty."
They design traditional gowns
and two-piece styles. The retail
prices range from $215 to $340
and come in a variety of colors.
"The dresses look more expen-
sive than they are," says Anne
Frank, buyer at Roz & Sherm.
Ms. Frank notes that Roz &
Sherm now carries bridesmaid
dresses to accompany their moth-
er-of-the-bride gowns.
Although this dress is shown
along the ocean, it is affordable
and just as chic in the wedding
party.

Available at Roz & Sherm in
Bloomfield Hills

LET THEM EAT CAKE!

Chocolate raspberry mousse with
white shaved chocolate frosting makes
an excellent wedding cake, according
to pastry chef Robert Fetch of Sweet
Endings in Royal Oak. With 13 years
of experience, Mr. Fetch believes the
secret to tasty and beautiful wedding
cakes is the quality ingredients. "We
use the best chocolate available, and
we never use canned preserves," he
says. For the best flavor, he alternates
the tiers with different fillings; and he
uses fresh flowers for decorations. The
cake in the photo is enhanced with tri-
angle of roses, champagne glasses
and orchids for festive occasions.

Available at Sweet Endings in
Royal Oak.

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•JANUARY/FEBRUARY 1993 •

STYLE

GLORIOUS GLASS
A glass bowl or vase is the perfect

wedding or shower gift, especially
when the quality is high and the
price is low. For $29.95, Crate &
Barrel sells a handblown glass
vase or bowl. Bands of soft violet,
blue and green in a ribbon design
are painted on clear glass, which
is then refired. These pieces with
Old World workmanship are cre-
ated exclusively for Crate & Bar-
rel. The vase is perfect with fresh
flowers, while the bowl makes an
excellent centerpiece.

Available at Crate & Barrel,
the Somerset Collection

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