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March 01, 2007 - Image 65

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2007-03-01

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Opposite page, clockwise from top left: Among
Tracy's accessories was a brooch she crafted
from a pair earrings given to her by her late
grandmother and clasped onto the train of her
veil, then was used to bustle her veil during the
first dance with her new husband; she also wore
a pair of chandelier earrings given to her by the
same grandmother; her "something borrowed"
was a diamond bracelet loaned to her by Gabe's
aunt, Mary Jo Wolfe. The wedding cake contin-
ued the theme of the pairing of the couple with
their monogram scripted in icing. Tracy's mother
and mother-in-law to-be wrap the satin sash
around her gown. Florist Dawn Owen guided
Tracy through setting the reception tables, which
popped in punchy tones of orange and fuchsia.
This page: A fond farewell.

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