‘Table Love by Pinky’ celebrates tablescaping with style on TFC

Published September 9, 2021, 11:57 AM

by Robert Requintina

Pinky Tobiano (right) with Mayor Chavit Singson and his children

Led by the Queen of Tablescaping chemist Pinky Tobiano, TFC-airing lifestyle show, “Table Love” draws near to its finale, now down to its last two episodes featuring renowned cosmetic professional, Dr. Vicki Belo, and Ilocos Sur Mayor Chavit Singson.

With its take on transforming a simple dining experience into an exquisite escapade, “Table Love by Pinky” is a tablescaping lifestyle show that aims to bring people closer together through well-loved table arrangements. Along with crafts and design, the show celebrates people’s big and small life victories, takes a walk down cherished memory lanes, and toasts to years of fruitful friendships.

Pinky and Dr. Vicky Belo (right)

From the opulent abodes of socialites like Tim Yap and Francis Libiran, to the warm homes of KC Concepción and the Pangilinans; from the pristine white sands of Boracay, to the unparalleled serenity of The Farm at San Benito, and into the chic and cozy ambiance of newly opened restaurants, “Table Love by Pinky” has been taking its viewers both into a gastronomic adventure with favorite celebrities, and onto a feast for the eyes with the tablescaping ideas it has been sharing.

The show has dined with some of the Philippines’ biggest stars such as Ruffa Gutierrez, Erik Santos, Yeng Constantino, Alex Diaz, Nicole Cordoves, Markki Stroem, Jason Dy, and Roxie Baeyens. The love stories of celebrity couples like Moira and Jason Marvin, as well as KZ Tandingan and TJ Monterde were also featured here.

Now airing its last two season-ender chapters, “Table Love by Pinky” brings us the colors of festive Spring, as we sit down with Dr. Vicky this Saturday, Sept. 11. Join Pinky and Vicki as they recount their long years of friendship over tablescaping, and open up windows of generosity for the community.

Pinky and Yeng Constantino (right)

A safari-inspired epilogue awaits this Sept. 18, featuring Mayor Chavit, in an up-close one-on-one talk. Plus, don’t miss the first-ever and exclusive interview with the mayor’s children, Chelsea and Christian Singson. Together with Pinky, the Singsons, through “Table Love,” honor the real-life hero story of a factory worker with a blind husband and a child with cerebral palsy, and payback her sacrifices with sincere efforts of the charity.

“Table Love” has been committed to its mission: to create warm memories that will last a lifetime, one well-loved table at a time. Behind the art of tablescaping is a tender heart that aims to connect people together, past decadent designs, but through the meaningful conversations shared over the table. As the show’s catchphrase goes, “Seize life and serve love.”