Silent but smiling, they arrived by Starlight limo, all 24 of them, for Tujunga's wedding of the year. Dressed, curried, pressed, plumped and propped for the occasion, the attendants at the nuptials of Petit Chou and Lief Garden left in the arms of their new parents. And everyone was the richer for it, particularly the Sunair Home for Asthmatic and Diabetic Children.
"It's the first time in 100 years that the family has been sold after the wedding," confessed Lindee Danjoy, who organized the affair for the benefit of Sunair, a rustic corner in Tujunga where asthmatic and diabetic children learn to cope with their afflictions.
The home is short of funds--albeit about $700 less so after the wedding--but long on imagination. Petit and Lief, now Mr. and Mrs. Garden, are dolls. So is the wedding party, now scattered about after being auctioned off.
Chorus of Kids
With an outrageously enthusiastic chorus of kids from Le Petit Repertory Theater caroling appropriate tunes ("I'm Late for a Very Important Date"), the bride and bridegroom were carried to the altar (doll weddings are borne, not made).