A question for when I start playing bakery again.
All I ask for other than suggestions is that people be civil/nice and respectful on this thread, due to the subject matter of what I'm asking about. You don't have to like or respect me, but please, not on this thread.
The question is - should I do a fall type theme or a floral shop theme?
Why I'm asking this is because my aunt had passed away back in July, 4 July 2020 - to be specific. I was in the works of doing my floral shop before her passing and talked a lot about my bakery to her, saying stuff like and about I'm happy about it, no one would leave rude comments about it and etc and also talked about my famous (and favourite item in the game) the candy robot to her She lives across the ocean, Italy in specific. I'm currently living in America, so when I would call her through the phone I would talk a bit about my soon to be floral bakery.
She seemed content about it, I sent her pictures and she started to like the way it was coming (even though she didn't play the game/could care less about it) but she would let me ramble on about it regardless and still willingly hear me out.
Anyway, I was thinking either following through with this (floral) design or go with a fall design.
She was born in early October, fall season is around that timing of her birthday.
I only have so much fall items that could go well with the design and would work. But there's so much variety I could pair and put in the fall design itself if I were to get more items for it. Whereas the floral design, there's less stuff I feel like I could mix and put into the design.
The fall design doesn't hold as much meaning or value for obvious reasons, but since this would be a permanent design - I would like it to be nice looking/hold nice stuff in it.
What should I go with or why?
I know people might think I should go with what I think would be better to have, due to me knowing her. But I'm honestly curious as to what people think about what I should go with. I'm having issues on what I should do with the design