Romantic Valentine’s Day Ideas

7 Valentine’s Day Date Ideas

So, Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and you and your honey have no idea what to do. If you’re not into going out to dinner like every other couple on Valentine’s Day, I’ve come up with seven different dates you can do during the day! Best of all, you don’t have to drop a bunch of cash to do it.

  1. Have a Scary Movie Marathon

Who says you need to go out on Valentine’s Day? Staying in and watching scary movies may leave you scarred by night, but it means hours of snuggling up with your significant other. Include your favorite snacks for an epic movie day.

  1. Create a Scavenger Hunt

If you’re a romantic, this is the perfect Valentine’s Day surprise for you to cook up. Think of something your partner will appreciate and lead them on a fun journey to discover what you have in store for them. A scavenger hunt is a wonderful way to shake things up!

  1. Have a Bible Study

If the two of you are believers, why not crack open your Bibles, or use a Bible app such as YouVersion. With YouVersion, you can pick from a variety of plans for yourself or for you and your partner to do together. You can find plans for confidence, sex, relationships, trust and so much more. Doing a Bible study will bring you closer to significant other by having an intimate conversation about your faith.

  1. Play a Game of Twister

Crank up the music and grab the classic board game! It’s an excuse to get up close and personal with your significant other and have some silly fun!

  1. Spend the Day Making Dinner

A fun idea for those of you who like to cook would be to spend the day making dinner. You can make a day of it and hit up the grocery store in the morning and start prepping the food when you get home. Cooking together is a perfect way to bond and have fun. The “Tasty” YouTube channel has a ton of delicious recipes, including some romantic ones.

  1. Go on a Day Trip

Get up early and hit the road to explore a new city. Exploring a new area is always fun and exciting. You can spend the day sightseeing, trying new restaurants and activities, and shopping!

  1. Hit up Your Favorite Coffee Shop

There’s nothing like a nice warm chai in the winter time. Head over to your favorite coffee place and enjoy the company of your significant other.

Valentine’s Day is a day like every other day. You can make it as special as you want to or keep things lowkey. Either way, just be sure to have fun and spend the day building your relationship with your significant other. Ask them what they want to do. You may want to go all out and hit up the fanciest restaurant in town, but maybe your partner just wants to relax at home and cuddle in front of the TV. Communicate with each other and compromise. Make a day neither of you will forget!

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