Lauren K from San Diego posted the following on Yelp:
I highly recommend Ranch Events for your catering and planning needs! We met Bernardo at Marina Village at our first visit and he immediately made us feel comfortable and that we could trust him and his suggestions- but without being overly pushy at all. All the communication with Bernardo and his team was easy, helpful, and pleasant.
Our wedding reception went off without any problems at all. We had the most amazing Hawaiian food buffet menu, a coffee and drink bar, and even our wedding cake from Ranch events. All the guests raved at how good the food was. They really got what we wanted- good, simple food without being overly done. Bernardo also helped with the decor and made it look beautiful!
The wait staff was kind and professional all night and helped us with everything we needed.
Thank you Bernardo, and Ranch Events, for the most amazing experience for our wedding.
Even if you can’t afford to go to Paris for the weekend, you can still enjoy a little taste of France. Get some croissants for breakfast, pack a picnic lunch of French bread, cheese, and fruits or order a meal from your favorite deli or restaurant, and get the flavor of the country. For an added touch, adorn your kitchen or dining room table with red and white checkered tablecloth and fresh flowers, put some French music, teach the kids a few words in French, such as “bonjour” (good morning) and “merci” (thank you)
2. Movie Night at Home (Special Edition)
One good way to share family memories is to look at old photographs or home movies. If you live near Grandma and Grandpa, ask them to pull out old photos and movies of you as a child, and take a trip together down memory lane. Your kids will get a kick out of the styles of clothes you wore – not to mention the fact that you were once a baby, toddler, or teen.
3. Classic Breakfast in Bed
Give breakfast in bed a twist and let her sleep in and catch up on those Zzzs, then enjoy flapjacks and snuggles.
4. Book Mani & Pedi
Nothing says, “I love you, mom” like a good foot scrub and a fresh coat of polish. If booking a mani and pedi is out your price range, try bath accessories. Giving mom these simple pleasures is like giving her permission to take time for herself. You can get a bubble bath, bath salts, lotion or loofah. This idea does not need to cost a fortune. Do what you can.
5. Take a Hike
Whether the whole family comes or you go one-on-one, breathing fresh air on a mountain always feels like a welcome reset.
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