On Valentine’s Day, the number 2 has special significance. It’s usually a couple in love. But that twosome can also be a mother and daughter, a father and daughter, or other combinations. And your Valentine’s Day tea can include more than just two. You can have a group of your friends, or your whole family, or the folks from your place of work. The focus here, though, is on that most cozy and romantic arrangement of tea for two.
Intimate setting for tea for two:
Fancy hotel tea times for lovers and others:
The simplicity of tea for two – cups of tea with roses:
We couldn’t resist throwing in some other cute tea for two settings.
A cozy mother-daughter tea for two:
Tea for two in the arts (a Doris Day movie and a couple of paintings):
Want your own cozy tea for two? Or better yet, a special dinner with all the romantic trimmings? Check out Opentable.com to search for places nearby serving this special meal (but by now it could be a bit too late to get a seating – give it a try anyway!).
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