A touch of blush on a black background is where our evening for two
begins. A small round table, draped in a texture black linen is the
perfect setting for romance. The table size is just right if the
couple's elbows spend more time touching than not.
There is no need to go over the top with pinks and reds on Valentine's
Day. Instead Sebastien limits these traditionally romantic colours to a
breathtaking centrepiece that anyone can do with a little time and
effort. Simply cover a topiary ball with a selection of roses in shades
of your choice. The end result is sure to be the focal point of your
table. Sebastien chose to balance the ball on top of layered black
coral for a modern twist. Black glassware and china complete the
overall dramatic feel.
Aphrodisiac inspired cocktails are sure to set the mood if the
candlelight has not already. Whether you prefer the sweetness of honey
in the 'Bee Mine'
or the impact of the blooming hibiscus flower in the 'Kiss Me',
both include ingredients that are said to increase sexual desire...Have fun!
For the man or woman who has everything, a personalized gift is always
apppreciated. For the woman, a CD case filled with a selection of
romantic movies makes for a wonderful surprise and guarantees weeks of
movie nights at home for two. For the couple who loves chocolate,
a 'Chocolate Body Tattoo' kit is a gift for both to enjoy.
Remember, these ideas for an evening of romance need not be saved for
Valentine's Day. Surprise your loved one when they least expect it. A
dinner for two is nice any time of the year.
Happy Valentine's Day!!
All pictures provided by 'The Gill Deacon Show' on CBC