McCalls is always excited to unite with novel and unique sites on special events. Ringing in 2014, we are thrilled to showcase The Wattis Room as one of our newest venue partners.
Located in the cultural hub of San Francisco’ performing arts district, The Wattis Room is an intimate, exclusive locale nestled in the heart of the celebrated Davies Symphony Hall. Designed by distinguished architect Andrew Skurman, the room features deep crimson red walls, a beautiful existing U-shaped marble bar and three spectacular paintings on loan from SFMOMA.
The room’s cozy and inviting surroundings are perfect for anything from a corporate dinner or business reception, to a rehearsal dinner, wedding or birthday celebration. This exceptional venue can accommodate up to 80 guests for a seated dinner and 200 guests for cocktail receptions.
So if you are looking for an intimate yet vibrant space to host your next event or gathering, The Wattis Room may be the perfect fit.
To inquire about catering packages or to schedule a site visit, please contact Trisha Heigl at 415.503.5333 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Happy couple Nargues and Christian celebrated their union at the Legion of Honor recently, and Junebug Weddings captured amazing photos of the event. McCalls was honored to provide the catering and flowers for this event.
The couple infused every bit of the
ceremony with their personal style. Said Nargues: “I’m Persian, and Christian is Austrian, so it was
important to us that both cultures be incorporated throughout the wedding, in our classic foggy San Francisco location. The architecture of the museum and surrounding statues created a European vibe. The wedding ceremony included Persian poetry, a Persian sofreh (a table
filled with elements representing life), live violin music, and lots of Persian sweets.”
McCalls florist Miguel Torres incorporated the couple’s favorite color, “cheery, vibrant yellow,” into all his creations. Said the Nargues: Christian and I love a classic and elegant look with a trendy and artsy touch – we hoped the style of our wedding would accomplish just that.” Congrats to both of you!
Heather and James live in Los Angeles, but Heather knew she had to get married at the James Leary Flood Mansion in San Francisco: Heather went to school there. The Flood Mansion is home to the Sacred Heart School where Heather attended from a child to graduation and was very close to the staff.
From Maharani Weddings:
There is a ton of guilt free indulgences in store as we continue yesterday’s love story. Rakhee and Raman had their reception on June 20, 2009 at one of my favorite San Francisco locations….City Hall. It
is upscale, elegant, and formal and makes you feel like you are in a movie…just take a look…
McCall’s Catering was responsible for the decor for their reception and they did an AMAZING job. From the table clothes, to chairs, to lighting, to FLOWERS – McCall’s hit a homerun on their event design. Fuschia and Orange looks refreshed and alive…..All I can say is WOW!
From Maharani Weddings:
I am very excited to share today’s post! Rakhee and Raman got married on June 19th and 20th at her family home in Alamo. It was a stunning affair filled with love and tradition. This wedding has so much eye candy to take in, that it is a good thing it is calorie free.
Rakhee loves Indian customs. And Raman loves Rakhee, so it made the wedding decision process easy! Miguel Torres from McCall’s Catering did the flowers for both nights of festivities. Often your vendor list for an Indian wedding is upwards of 35 companies, so when I come across caterer who can provide magestic florals (as well as yummy treats!), I always think it is a wise choice.
McCalls is noted in this issue of Bride and Bloom, which features the wedding of Cyndie Wang and Willie Lee at San Francisco’s City Hall on August 18, 2007. Click on the cover photo to see full coverage of the event.
From the article:
“When it came time to plan the wedding, there were two very important factors for Cyndie — the date and the venue. She knew she wanted the perfect venue, something that fit her vision of a ‘classic, city, black tie event.’ After she found San Francisco’s City Hall, she booked the date 8-18-07 because it had eights, which are good luck in Chinese culture, and a seven, which is good luck in western culture.
This meshing of eastern and western traditions ended up being a continuing theme throughout the celebration.”
“Who makes the tastiest Northern California wedding cakes? What are the top Northern California bridal salons? Where are the most beautiful Northern California wedding locations? Recent brides in Northern California rated their wedding vendors, and here’s who came out on top.”
TheKnot ranked McCalls a “Best of Weddings 2010” winner in its catering category. The full list is here, and we-online/”>lamisil tab 250 mg shop online size but healther.
are honored to be included.