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W10 i February 14, 2008 | weddings
TEXAS JEWISH POST $ SINCE 1947
P: (972) 267-8474
F: (972) 713-6775
Richard S. Pollak
Jewish entertainment •
special event services •
Weddings • bar mitzvahs
• community events •
bands, DJs, harpists,
string quartets, look-
alikes, clowns, magi-
cians, caricature, artists, dancers, themed
productions, national headliners/speak-
ers; plus over 3000 special event products
& services: casino, horsedrawn carriages,
carnival games, decor, photographers,
limos, sound/lighting, themes.
Call for a free consultation.
Rehearsals & Receptions
Bar/Bat Mitzvah Parties
30 Menu Options
2 Private Event Facilities
Creative and adventurous
The Web site gifts.com of-
fers some memorial experiences
as wedding gifts. Depending on
where the couple lives, a dinner
cruise for two is a fun option.
Prices range depending on what
city. A $200 Spafinder gift certifi-
cate is always flexible and conve-
nient. They are accepted at over
3,800 spas worldwide. Another
interesting option is to buy a per-
sonal chef for the day, and pam-
per the bride and groom.
If the bride and groom are the
outdoorsy types, help pay for their
honeymoon adventure, the Bridal
Registry Program from global ad-
venture tour operator Mountain
Travel Sobek may be the perfect
wedding present. They have trips
around the globe.
Catering to your style
...Your place or ours
For more information
. cdclieAeen. com
WEDDING & PARTY RENTALS
Everything you need for all your Simchas...
1 Glassware • Table/Chairs
1 Cake Stands • Arches/Gazebos
1 TentslChuppahs • Candelabrum
United Party Rental Center
United Rent-Ail/Margaritas R-Us
3749 N. Josey Lane, Carrollton Phone: 972-492-0550
We get invited to the best parties!
Send us your simchas!
TEXAS JEWISH POST $SINCE 1947
NEW PRODUCTS FOR
By Masada Siegel
Weddings are the perfect time to buy gifts that celebrate the
personalities of the bride and groom. There are so many fan-
tastic ways to celebrate a new life together, ranging from ad-
venture trips to high-tech gadgets to new kitchen appliances. It's always
important to know the interests of the bride and groom, but no matter,
here are a few fresh ideas which are certain to please even the pickiest
Grilling is fun and what better way than to be
able to do it indoors? Kitchen Essentials from
Calphalon hard anodized double grill is a double
grill pan made of hard-anodized aluminum with
brushed finish. It's durable nonstick and easy to
clean, with stay-cool handles. It also has a 10-year
Another fun gift is the Capresso 302 Mini-S
espresso and cappuccino machine. It has a four-
cup capacity and has a dual frother. This espresso
maker uses steam pressure instead of a pump
mechanism to create delicious espresso. It's a fast
method and can be used as a morning wake-up or
for an after-dinner drink.
Large Selection of Kiddish Cups
Tali si m
$ Jewish Wedding Music Wedding Registry
$ brcaki'ng it many colors $ Kittles Bring us your glass shards
.Large Selection Kippahs ^Jewish Wedding Rings
' "with Imprinting
and we will make you a
piece of beautiful Judaica!
Come Shop With the Experts!
6911 Frankford Rd • (469) 467-4759 • Open 6 Days A Week Lots of Parking
TJP V62-07, 02-14-08-W.indd W10
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Wisch, Rene. Texas Jewish Post (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 62, No. 7, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 14, 2008, newspaper, February 14, 2008; Fort Worth, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth188176/m1/32/: accessed June 7, 2023), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; .