A romantic night with your significant other doesn't have to break the bank, unless you want it to (then by all means go ahead). When it comes to Valentine's Day, thoughtfulness is what counts. We've rounded up a variety of date ideas that will help you show your partner just how much you love them.
Go on a Drive to Watch the Sunset
Scout out a nice sunset lookout to visit with your significant other later in the evening. Grab drinks, snacks, pillows, and blankets to cuddle up with as the sun goes down. Stay in the front seat or set up the trunk in a cozy way. Bonus if you have twinkle lights!
Dinner at Home
Picture this: your significant other walks through the door after a long day at work and you have candles lit, lights dimmed, food on the table, and fresh flowers in a vase. The time and effort you put into making dinner from scratch will let your partner know you’ve been thinking of them.
There is something romantic about getting a couples massage, facial, or mani/pedi with your significant other. Do it at home and pamper each other or leave it to the professionals!
Recreate Your First Date
Take a walk down memory lane with the love of your life and recreate your first date, the time you fell in love, or any other significant event you experienced together. We are confident that the nostalgia you will feel together will reignite a spark and remind you why you fell in love in the first place!
If your relationship is still budding and blooming, a casual coffee or cafe date is the perfect option. Take the time to connect and learn about one another over a nice drink or small snack.
For those of you seeking a classic date night experience, a simple dinner and move will do the trick. Take your loved one to the theater, buy some snacks, and hold their hand throughout the entire show.
Valentine’s day is an excellent excuse to dress up together. Put on your best dress and take you and your partner out to a fancy dinner. If there is any time to splurge, it’s on the day of love with your love.
Although a weeklong excursion might be a little excessive for Valentine’s Day, a one-night stay at a nearby hotel will give you and your significant other a change of scenery. A hotel stay is incredibly romantic, and not too expensive if you don’t travel far.
How are you celebrating Valentine's Day? Share with us in the comments!