HOW TO HAVE A VERY BRIDGERTON VALENTINIE'S
“Great love affairs start with Champagne and end with tisane”
– Honore de Balzac
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It’s February and that means Valentine’s Day is upon us!
Roses and romance are definitely in the air and at Aimee Provence, we know that nothing says romance like a luxury high tea or a quality period drama.
Why? Partly because they allow us to slow down for just a while; to enjoy elegance, good conversation and a little luxury. Plus, they allow us to escape the pace and pressures of twenty-first-century life and enjoy the elegance and rituals of life in a slower, simpler, more romantic time.
Who could resist being swept off their feet this month by the sheer romance of Bridgerton and Regency England? Bridgerton’s glittering ballrooms, wisteria-swathed London Townhouses and gardens smothered in roses combine with a dashing leading man and winsome heroine. The fabrics are sumptuous; velvets, silks and satins; the characters swathed in sparkling diamonds, emeralds and rubies. Everywhere is opulence and the opportunity to indulge in pretty, sweet treats and champagne.
Afternoon teas are served in sumptuously decorated parlours; ladies of ‘The Ton’ sip tea from delicate porcelain cups, nibble perfectly cut finger sandwiches and the daintiest of sweet treats.
The Regency ball, governed by the rules of etiquette is nevertheless an opportunity for titled young ladies and gentlemen to meet, to dance close together, and to fall hopelessly in love.
And Aimee Provence is here to bring a touch of pure Regency romance to your life too.
Want to sweep the Lady or Gentleman in your life off their feet on Valentine’s Day? Why not recreate that sense of elegance and romance with our truly indulgent treats. Let us surprise her with a romantic High Tea like no other or sweep him off his feet with our indulgent Valentine’s Hamper?
A whole new generation of women – and men – are discovering the romance of the Regency. If the romance of period dramas tempts some of them into a romance with the real, historical, Regency period, that’s got to be a love affair well worth flirting with.