Bridal: Colonial Jewelers Takes the Cake; Ivanka Trump Goes Green



Can You Dig It?In 2009, Colonial Jewelers sweetened its annual Wedding Week by adding a Cake Dig. The event—a tad messy, a lot of fun, and definitely “a spectacle,” says store manager Sarah Hurwitz—invited locals to rip apart cakes for the chance to win a wedding package worth $5,000. It has since become an annual ritual.To find diggers, the Frederick, Md., store randomly selects 12 individuals who register online or in store. Participants receive a one-layer, 8-inch-diameter wedding-themed cake with a number iced on top. Then the digging begins, as each contestant searches for a Superball-size plastic diamond—a novelty discovered by the caterer—baked inside just two of the cakes. The pair who unearth the faux rocks move on to a second dig, this one with a 4-foot-tall wedding cake with just one diamond inside; the contestant who finds it wins the prize package, complete with
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