The pink heart-shaped frying pan — non-stick, thank heavens! — is from DotComGiftShop. How cute is that? But no eggs for me, thanks. Who can look at a yolk in the morning? I’ll go for tiny little heart-shaped pancakes, smothered in maple syrup.
And what do we use to mix up the breakfast o’ luv, but heart-shaped measuring spoons and measuring cups (both at Red Envelope). The cups are aluminum, but the spoons are food-safe pewter made in Rhode Island by traditional methods, which is rather a nice thought.
Each cup or spoon is engraved with a heart-warming measurement — a dash of humor, a pinch of kindness, a spoonful of fun, a cup of love, and so on — but don’t worry, the traditional measurements are written there too!
“Tea for one” might not be quite what we’re going for here, but I can’t resist this hand-painted nesting teapot and mug set (DotComGiftShop). The brushwork is so free and casual, and I particularly like the use of both pink and red in the hearts pattern. Not to mention that big fat round comfortable comforting shape. There’s a heart-patterned coffee mug to match, if coffee is more your newlyweds’ beverage style…