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February 07, 2003 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-02-07

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The Wedding Details

Juliana describes herselfas a bit funky and definitely
kitschy. Here are some of the outstanding elements.

Party Planner:

Dee Dee Hoffman, of West Bloomfield. "She
did an unbelievable job, and she didn't seem stressed."

Invitations:

Lee's Specialty, Bloomfield Hills. The iridescent
pale-blue invitation is by Claudia Calhoun. "This is so me."

Dress:

Lazaro, purchased at Sue Gordon, Ft. Lauderdale.
An embroidered floral gown with a bustle of roses and a tulle skirt.
"It was so romantic. It was so David."

Flowers:

Bella Flora, Birmingham. In addition to magnificent
floral tree-inspired centerpieces, bursts of roses lined the aisle to
match the dress.

Band:

Simone Vitale, Royal Oak. Guests danced all night. He
also found and played the couple's song Dos Gardenias Para Ti.

Bridesmaid Gowns:

Lazaro, Julie's Bridal Couture,

Plymouth.

Makeup:

Hair:

Kathryn Gordon of Aspen for the bride.

Debbie Farber, Fringe Salon.

Linens:

Creme table cloths by BBj linens, Novi. The elegance
and simplicity of the linens added to the dramatic table setting.

Photography:

Joel Tauber and grandchildren

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24 • FEBRUARY 2003 • STYLE Al THE JN

Kristi Spence of Studio 925, Ferndale. She
photographed the bride and groom in black and white and color.
Along with the traditional poses, there are many candid shots.

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