It is a special feast when the mailman unexpectedly delivers a parcel. Anxiously opening up and unwrapping some sweets from Celia M. High Heeled Life & Resilientista, the author of the blog High Heeled Life in the Country. How exciting to find cookies from our birth country...
A box with Dutch Daelmans Stroopwafels: Caramel Wafers or Coffee warmers.
So I did make us a Cappuccino, using our new Capresso FrothPRO.
We found our Capresso FrothPRO at Tuesday Morning in Atlanta.
Of course topping it off with Dutch Droste cocoa, using my Birkmann Cappuccino Schablonen from Germany, with two hearts.
More sweets: Milk chocolate filled with hazelnut bonbons...
Celia's own label...
Indeed: Nut Dream
THANKS again Celia and Mr. G. This was such a sweet surprise!
So we did indulge in some delicious cappuccino with sweets. There was still a vegan chocolate rose left over. Pieter LOVES the Dutch Stroopwafels/Caramel Wafers.
Using my Wedgwood cream color on cream color china.
Those bonbons look so elegant in that box with golden ribbon...
French 4 inch paper doily under cup, on saucer.
French Baccarat crystal vase with our own roses. All came together just perfect.
Look at those hazelnut bonbons; like roses too...
This perfect red rose got real emotional when facing those rose bonbons.
It shed a tear...
French Le Jacquard Français table linens in a rose damask pattern of course.
Those woven damask roses do resemble a true rose.
Pure bliss, so romantic and delicious!
Celia did also include some special tea but I will show that another time.
Hope you enjoyed this as much as we did.
Do you also like to eat chocolate roses?
Have you ever tasted the Dutch Stroopwafers?