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Former Farmington Hills resi-
dents Fred and Jere Berkley, par-
ents of actress Elizabeth Berkley,
must be kvelling big time these
Berkley (of Saved by the Bell
and Showgirls fame) married Greg
at a luxuri-
Nov. 7 .
3 1 , wore a
silk sheath with pearled spaghetti-
straps, reportedly the first bridal
dress designed by Ralph Lauren,
who was in attendance. The
bridesmaids wore Lauren slip
dresses in vibrant, tropical colors.
Greg is a painter and actor. His
paintings, including some of
Berkley, have been featured in
profiles in several major maga-
zines, including People and
Metropolitan Home. A number of
Hollywood celebs have reportedly
bought them. He also has acted
in a few movies.
According to Ronni Hornberg
Feuer, who attended the wedding
with her husband Sandy in
almost 100-degree heat, the nup-
tial weekend was "fabulous, full
of warmth and love, over the top
but tasteful. You could really feel
the love they have for each
The bride and groom, who were
married by a rabbi under a chup-
pah of white flowers as the sun
set, wrote their own vows for the
Jewish ceremony, and each circled
around the other seven times, says
Feuer, now of Minnetonka,
Minn., and a former Farmington
Hills neighbor of the Berkleys.
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