Real seducers who use exquisite culinary delights to work their magic know the great value of an adventurous table setting presentation. Whether you are dressing yourself, the food, or the table, remember that elegance rules the evening! Try to create a decorated space for lavish entertaining, a relaxing atmosphere that will seduce on its own with its warm ambiance. The setting should help you to stimulate feelings of comfort, pleasure, and arousal in them.
Table Setting Should be Dramatic, and Seductive
When you take the time to design the dining environment, the experience of the meal is heightened. Play up the seductive feel with candles, crystal, sterling silver, and beautiful utensils that will whisper sensual thoughts to your lover’s sense of sight. Lace or damask cloth makes the perfect tablecloth, while greenery, trees, potted plants, and garlands can transform a boring room into something filled with magic.
Use attractive serving dishes and platters; leave the pots and pans in the kitchen. Even if you decide to order takeout from your favorite restaurant, don’t serve the food in plastic boxes or cartons.
Satin and Lace: Satin and lace never disappoint. They practically feel like a smooth second skin to yours. Lace is extremely sexy. Pastel colors are also seductive and romantic.
Table Setting: Cloth
Tablecloths, napkins, and placemats are probably the last things on your mind when you’re putting together a romantic dinner, and you shouldn’t be obsessing over them—far from it! But if you are going to have a seductive dinner or even just a special meal for two, quality table linens make your dining space change to an adventurous setting in the time it takes to lay them down. On a formal table, you want everything to match—but get creative for casual meals! Napkins are a great way to add a seductive looking flair. Besides the standard napkin materials like linen and cotton, there are new-fangled fabrics like organza and organdy.
A beautifully set table will be mysterious, elegant, and inviting.
Tablecloths add drama to an otherwise ordinary table. They literally form the foundation of the most elegant meals, poised beneath the food, the patterns or colors of your choosing offsetting the look of your food. Tablecloths can be used at a luncheon, teatime, or dinner. They can be placed at an angle on larger tables as toppers, even if you don’t have a cloth quite large enough to cover the entire surface.
Create drama with table runners, which have recently experienced a surge in popularity, particularly when made from shimmering fabrics like organza or velvet.
If you are searching for a way to design a certain mood or theme for your kitchen, fine china is a great way to do so.
Fine china dinnerware is delicate and beautiful and comes in several types: bone china, porcelain, banded china, stoneware, and ironstone. Both bone china and porcelain are fired at high temperatures—much higher than earthenware or stoneware—to ensure each dish is vitrified, waterproof, and nonporous. Both are usually best washed by hand; put them in your dishwasher, and the results can be disastrous.
There are four basic china pattern categories in addition to all-white china: floral china, geometric china, banded china, and Oriental china. One of these will speak to your sensuality and be the perfect addition to your table decorations.
Trying to choose flatware? You have many options, from stainless steel to silver, from plastic (hopefully not!) to porcelain. You can easily find formal and casual flatware sets that emphasize traditional, contemporary, or practical designs; in other words, explore the market until you find exactly what you need.
Be careful that the type of dinnerware you consider—plates, glasses, or what you have—does not clash with the pattern on it. You can coordinate the look of your flatware with your glassware, placemats, tablecloths, candles, serving bowls, or any other accessories used at your table. Only you can determine what is attractive to your eyes and what will seduce your lover.
Plain flatware has a pleasant, rounded appearance, which can go with any meal. Flatware can also be heavy and ornate, with much embellishment and detail. Your flatware may have gold accents, be lightly accented or ornate, or even be constructed of solid gold. Take a look at stainless steel, sterling silver, floral, banded or angular flatware to give various styles a chance.
Top flatware designers carry on a tradition of innovation, quality, and craftsmanship, and many of their designs are widely acknowledged as timeless, elegant, and classic. Here are some of the highest-quality flatware designers: Couzon, Dansk, Gorham, Kirk Stieff, or Lenox, Mikasa, Oneida, Ralph Lauren, Reed & Barton, Towle, Tuttle, Wallace, Waterford and Yamazaki, Buccellati, C.J. Vander, Gorham, International, Kirk Stieff, and Lunt.
Setting and Serving Sizes
A basic five-piece place setting consists of a dinner knife, a dinner fork, a salad fork, a tablespoon, and a teaspoon. A four-piece serving set generally includes a large serving spoon, a pierced serving spoon, a sugar spoon, and a butter knife. A five-piece serving set adds a cold meat fork to the mix. All of these tools will help you serve and eat your meal with grace and elegance.
Other pieces you may consider owning include soup spoons, butter knives, ladles, sugar spoons, salad serving sets, cake servers, and serving spoons in various sizes to accommodate any dish. Obscure utensils include oyster forks, lemon forks, iced teaspoons, cream soup spoons, fruit spoons, and demitasse spoons. If you have specialized pieces of silverware you are dying to show off, think up a dish you can use them for and add it to the menu. But use the utensils correctly! It’s a bit embarrassing to find out your date knows his or her silverware just because you incorrectly assigned it to a dish.
The Perfection of Crystal
For more than three thousand years, glass has been the material of choice for serving glasses. In 1675, in the southern English workshops of George Ravenscroft, lead crystal glassmaking was discovered.
Crystal contains lead, while plain glass does not. Crystal quality can be judged quickly and easily: study the crystal to see if it is clear and brilliant; if so, it is virtually perfect.
Waterford is regarded as the cream of the crystal crop; Orrefors and Kosta Boda rank high as well. If you want less pricey crystal goblets, Mikasa makes cool, contemporary, and affordable pieces that anyone can afford to bring into their home. You may not use your champagne flutes very often, but having them on hand for celebratory moments is priceless.
Glassware for Entertaining
The standard trio of a wineglass, champagne flute, and water goblet is classy, but there are other glass options out there; try iced beverage glasses and balloon-shaped wineglasses. They are larger and shaped in a more modern style, which is suited to casual entertaining.
Like many culinary skills, table setting-is an art. You can combine the elements of china, glass, silver, and cloth together to paint a beautiful picture.
Ancient Prophecy of Memwa
Memwa is the mother of mystical adventures and astonishing powers of seduction. When you walk through the door, you will be instantly mesmerized by the wondrous, magical gifts that Memwa has prepared for you. You’ll experience a dazzling, enchanting aura that will transform your perception of the mystical evening that will unfold before your eyes. A powerful spell will be cast upon you as you expose yourself to the powerful, seductive ambiance. This will allow you to unleash a powerful, charismatic aura of charm. You will be truly delighted by the shimmer of fine china, brilliance of crystal, and flicker of the mesmerizing light. Sheer captivation is guaranteed! Unleashing Memwa’s magical, mystical powers will allow you to recreate many of the world’s epic tales of seduction and magic! The ancient prophecy of Memwa is unimaginably powerful, and transcends all understanding.
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