Valentine's day, a time for love and romance, but it is also a time for some of us to feel blue. Love is unpredictable and strange, the pain of a break up might seem unbearable at the moment, yet, out of heartbreak, a sense of calmness and tranquility may arise.
The table was set with love, placing each piece with care. The cake was made from scratch and as the clock ticked away, the hope was lost - the beloved one would not show. The one and only disappeared without saying a word. The question why is pouring onto paper, as one's heart hurts.
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You're wounded and blue, but this is the moment and the chance to start anew. When one door slams shut another opens. Blue might be a feeling of sorrow, but it is the color of peace and serenity. It is the color of the boundless sky and hope. So, for all who hurt this Valentine's day, EAT CAKE!
We also took some close-up images to showcase the glorious detail:
Cool color pallet we've selected for this set up:
And here is the recipe for the gluten-free delicious cake,That made a front page on Silive!
The Table Tribe
(we are expressing our own opinions in this post, which are not paid or endorsed by any company)
Quick product guide:
Blue plates - Gibson
Stemless wine glass - Fitch and Floyd
Pink plates - Bloomingville
Silver wear - Gourmet Basics, by Mikasa
Napkins - American by Design Lenox,
Tea cups - Imperial
Cake stand - Libbey's
Table cloth - Kate Spade, NY
Wine- Louis Laurent, Rose D'anjou, Recollette 2015
Origami- shoutout* Hanifa Akmanov (daughter)
Table accessories and decorations -Michael's and Home goods
Food ingredients - Trader Joe's, and Bobs Red Mill.