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No one is prepared to plan a funerary ceremony, however, there is no better place to entrust to help plan and prepare a service than McAulay and Wallace Mortuary. Family-owned and operated since 1911, McAulay and Wallace Mortuary in Fullerton is dedicated to providing services to families celebrating the lives of loved ones.For 100 years, they strive to help families make informed decisions as they plan the ceremony for their loved one. They offer various religous oriented services, grief support and strive to meet the needs of the mourning as they prepare the service. As proven by their longstanding dedication to the Fullerton community and surrounding, McAulay and Wall truly care and want to support those who have lost a loved one. And as they have been described by one online reviewer, everyone at McAulay and Wallace are”patient, caring and attentive” through a difficult process.
Visit their website for information @ www.mcaulaywallace.com
902 N. Harbor Blvd.
Fullerton, Ca 92832
On behalf of the American Library Association Government Documents Rountable (ALA GODORT) I want to express our appreciation of Brownstone Catering’s wonderful service at our recent 40th Annual Awards Ceremony and Reception. Based on the comments I received regarding the event, it will be remembered for years to come as a grand success, in no small part due to the wonderful food you provided.
Reception planning, especially from long distance, can have its challenges, You went out of your way to help our Conference Committee co-chairs, work out all the details including the additional help in working through the liquor requirements so we could serve wine and beer. I know attendees were especially appreciative of that help! The great service continued to the event itself with the excellent service provided by Chanelle and Gabriel.
Thank you for all your work!
2011/2012 ALA GODORT Chair
Its not easy looking for a place to host a party. However, with freshly prepared food and excellent service, The Brownstone Cafe resides in a welcoming and cozy location inside the famous Villa del Sol.
The Bueno Family celebrated the baptism of their beautiful one-year-old daughter Milania. Brownstone Cafe set up the inside and courtyard of the cafe for the event. Family and friends of the Bueno family feasted on steak and chicken skewers, rice pilaf and a fresh Greek salad. An adorable vintage themed candy and dessert table was set up by Couture Candy Shop.
Congratulations, sweet little Milania Bueno! We are honored to have been a part of this great occasion.
One of the things we love the most about wedding design these days is how creative people are getting! This couple were brilliant, and brave, to combine two contrasting ideas that helped make their wedding uniquely theirs: dogs and fish.
Not convinced? Just take a look at these shots of the results! Beautifully executed, wonderfully understated, combined with the lovely coral accented color scheme, this wedding was just simply classy!
Five things we love about this wedding:
1. The theme: so clever!
2. The colors: soft and feminine without being overly done.
4. The gift card table
5. The contrast of decor with the flowers and having the succulent cactus bouquets: This would be beautiful in the Villa del Sol where we are located at.
View the rest of this beautiful wedding here at 100 Layer Cake blog