We have created an opportunity to dine with a selected group of women and men in elegant settings at Cupid’s Table. The affairs range from brunches, cocktail parties, lunches and black tie dinners.
When you become a member you will be sent a set of questions to fill out. This is a profile about yourself and what you are looking for in a match. We review the profiles and then create a Cupid's Table. We invite approximately 10 men and 10 women who's profiles match best.
The dinners will include a cocktail party where Cupid's chosen diners can mingle and get to know each other in a comfortable atmosphere.
After cocktails, dinner is served at an elegant table set for romance. Dinner is followed by champagne toasts, decadent deserts and intriguing possibilities.
Our lunches are held at unique and memorable venues that create a comfortable atmosphere, easy to get to know each other.
Join us and take a chance on love... and with a little help from Cupid!
Here is the story behind Cupid.
The arrows signify desires and emotions of love, and Cupid aims those arrows at Gods and Humans, causing them to fall deeply in love.
In ancient Greece he was known as Eros, the young son of Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty. To the Roman's he was Cupid, and his mother was Venus
There is a very interesting story about Cupid and His mortal Bride Psyche in Roman mythology.
Venus was jealous of the beauty of Psyche, and ordered Cupid to punish the mortal. But instead, Cupid fell deeply in love with her. He took her as his wife, but as a mortal she was forbidden to look at him.
Psyche was happy until her sisters persuaded her to look at Cupid. As soon as Psyche looked at Cupid, Cupid punished her by leaving her. Their lovely castle and gardens vanished too.
Psyche found herself alone in an open field with no signs of other beings or Cupid. As she wandered trying to find her love, she came upon the temple of Venus. Wishing to destroy her, the goddess of love gave Psyche a series of tasks, each harder and more dangerous then the last.
For her last task Psyche was given a little box and told to take it to the underworld. She was told to get some of the beauty of Proserpine, the wife of Pluto, and put it in the box.
She was warned not to open the box. But Temptation overcame Psyche and she opened the box. But instead of finding beauty, she found deadly slumber.
Cupid found her lifeless on the ground. He gathered the deadly sleep from her body and put it back in the box.
Cupid forgave her, as did Venus. The gods, moved by Psyche's love for Cupid made her a goddess.
Today, Cupid and his arrows have become the most popular of love signs, and love is most frequently depicted by two hearts pierced by an arrow, Cupid's arrow.
Join us at Cupid's Table and a chance at true love.