Valentines Day Ideas
(for Ages 25-29)
Attend a concert in a smaller, more intimate setting. You can watch a show by a performer who has been around for a long time. They have staying power primarily because they are entertaining.
Buy two cheap canvases and paint with toll paints or do finger painting and design a picture for one another. Choose something that describes yourself or something you appreciate about each other.
Build a fire, snuggle up, and read a good book or perhaps romantic poetry together. Make up some hot chocolate or spiced cider to enhance the evening.
Take a picnic lunch and go to a lake to feed the ducks.
After an amazing steak dinner, complimented by a beverage of your choice, head for a private hot tub. Set out candles and soft music for the perfect touch.
Plan a weekend trip somewhere close, even if it's only an hour or two away. Call ahead to the hotel and have your dinner waiting in the room, along with flowers and dessert.
Select a dinner from the cookbook you have never tried. Shop for the ingredients and prepare dinner together. To add ambience, choose a type of cuisine and add decorations or dress to enhance the atmosphere.
Send flowers. Try adding a note or a poem. For greater impact, find a way to secretly add flowers to the vase every day, and include a secret note each time.
Deliver a valentines gift to your friend's house, then take your valentine to another couple's house for dessert (make arrangements beforehand).
Take your partner out for a day at the spa. Give each other his and her robes. Treat each other to couples massages. Also make sure you don't forget to make a visit to the steam room and the jacuzzi.
Make a recording of all the loves songs you both like and play it while relaxing in front of a glowing fire (or while driving in the countryside).
Take your honey on a carriage ride around town. If it's cold, bring a blanket and some hot chocolate. Bring a camera and ask your driver to take a picture.
Rent a boat or borrow one from a friend and cruise the lake or ocean and then have a candle light dinner.
Have a backwards dinner (start with dessert, then a main course, then salad, then soup, and finish with an appetizer).
Collect old magazines and cut out pictures that bring back memories of times you've shared together. Compile them in a scrapbook, and nurture the desire to spend time developing future memories.
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