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March 15, 1996 - Image 105

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-03-15

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a choir often are a part of the cer-
emony. Two or three instrumen-
talists could provide quiet
accompaniment for a smaller,
more casual affair.
Reception options range from
pleasant background performed
by a jazz ensemble, a string quar-
tet or a soloist such as a harpist, pi-
anist or guitarist to dance music
provided by an orchestra, disc
jockey, rock, swing-style or coun-
try-western band.
To find good musicians, ask for
references and keep an ear open
to possibilities. Music directors,
your local symphony orchestra,
the music departments of local
colleges and universities and the
musicians' union are great re-
sources.
Make sure you hear any musi-
cian, band or soloist before enlist-
ing their services. When hiring,
make sure all the details are listed
in the contract.
The day of your wedding will
come and go, but memory will
live on forever through pho-
tographs and videotapes of the
event.
Thus, you want the best people
possible behind the camera and
the camcorder.
The process of finding the best
photographers and videographers
usually begins with references.
Bridal fairs also are a great place
to view work samples.
Once you have someone in
mind, make an appointment for a
consultation. The best person for
the job will not only have the ex-
perience and talent necessary to
take good pictures, but will be easy
to talk to and to work with. He or
she also will have a package that
suits your budget.
Since they're practically must-
haves for marrying couples and
their parents, many photo shops
simplify matters by offering pho-
to/video packages for a complete
visual roundup. O

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