Archive for October, 2010
Thursday’s Ladies Night drew out a fantastic crowd. When you mix shopping, sales and food, you really can’t go wrong.
Guests came to Di: Amoré Gift Boutique to get 20% off their purchases. Di: Amoré is one of those unique boutiques in the beautiful Downtown Fullerton area. The boutique sells everything from original artwork to handmade greeting cards to holiday items.
Now, you’re probably wondering what kind of delicious food Brownstone offered. The menu was inspired by, of course, autumn. An amazing pumpkin soup warmed guests coming in from the cool night air. The apple and brie stuffed pastries provided the perfect balance between savory and sweet. And it isn’t a Brownstone event without their famous creamy dill meatballs (one of my personal favorites after Brownstone’s more sought after tomato basil bisque soup). To wash down all that food was a delightful mixing of sparkling apple cider and champagne.
Before you get depressed that you missed this amazing event, we’re having another one on November 18 and December 9 from 5 pm to 8 pm. Bring all your girlfriends to shop, eat and drink!
Register for the November event by emailing email@example.com or call us at (714) 526-2512.
Whether you believe in numerology or are just superstitious, the date October 10, 2010 or 10/10/10 can mean a lot of things to different people. But to Christina and Steve, it was the happiest day of the beginning of their lives together.
Brownstone Catering was ecstatic to help the happy couple plan and cater their wedding.
Christina chose beautiful autumn colors such as oranges, reds and browns which worked seamlessly with the beautiful backdrop of Downtown Fullerton. The whole ambiance of their celebration was warm and worked perfectly with the Spanish inspired setting at the Villa del Sol Courtyard. The bold orange color was balanced out by dark chocolate brown table cloths and chairs.
One of Brownstone’s preferred vendors, Lavender’s Flowers, created the centerpieces and flower arrangements.
Rather than opting for a traditional flower and vase, Christina and Steve chose a wooden lantern with glass doors and a wooden house. Dark red and orange flowers adorned the centerpieces, tying in with the autumn theme.
Christina brought in her own avocados for Brownstone’s use to make guacamole which was served along with chips and salsa for the guest’s appetizer. For dinner, Brownstone created a fajita bar which included chicken and beef with all the trimmings. ¡Muy Delicioso!
All in all, the reception was a success and Brownstone hopes Christina and Steve all the best!