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8+ Romantic Things To Do On Valentine’s Day

With the Valentine’s Day around the corner, you may be thinking of the best way to spend the day with your partner or spouse. You can take advantage of this season of love to rekindle your romance with your spouse. Most people think that you need to break the bank to have a best Valentine’s Day. That is far from the truth. You can have a wonderful Valentine’s Day without spending much. If you have been thinking of ideas on the best way to spend this season of love, this article will provide you tips on things to do on Valentine’s Day to make the most of the day.

9 Romantic things to do on Valentine ’s Day

1. Plan a Getaway For Two:

The purpose of this season is to spend time together with your spouse or partner. What better way to achieve this than to plan for a romantic getaway for two. You can book a hotel room for two, plan a bubble bath and candle light dinner for the night and invite your partner or spouse over. You may need to book the hotel space at least a week before the Val’s day to avoid rush and get major discounts.

2. Cook Dinner Together:

Another cool thing to do on Valentine’s Day is to cook dinner together. If you are a male, you can cook the meal for a change while set the table. Share intimate moments while preparing the dinner. A peck on the check, necking and subtle romantic gestures can set the pace for a romantic dinner moment for both of you.

3. Have A Candlelight Dinner:

 This can be done either at home or out in a cozy restaurant. Most restaurants and eateries help to set the pace for this period by making provision for candle light dinner options. Try to book way ahead to get the best spot. You can add additional details to the basic settings provided by the restaurant like scented candles, and specific meal orders. The restaurant can be where you had your first date. A memorable place brings back good memories and helps you bond better with your spouse or partner.

4. Go See A Movie/Game:

 You can also have a memorable Val’s day by going to see your favorite movies. You can also buy tickets to watch your team play. This shouldn’t cost a fortune. If you don’t like the idea of going out to see a movie, you can bring the movie night back home with a lot of popcorn.

5. Romantic Dinner In Bed:

 A romantic dinner in bed with your spouse or partner can be all you need to have a great Val’s day. You can either prepare the meal together or order out. You serve the meal in bed and feed each other. If you are dating an introvert, this may be the best romantic idea for both of you.  

6. Slow Dance Session:

 If dancing is your thing, then you can make the most of it this season. Plan a slow dance session with your spouse at home. A good sound system is needed to set the right mode. Put off the lights, draw the curtains and play some good old classical music or oldies blues. Hold your spouse together and dance with the rhythm of the music.

7. Exchange Gifts:

 Val’s day is also a day to exchange gifts with your spouse of partner. You don’t need to spend much to get the perfect gift. A little gift can go a long to spice the bond this season.

8. Share Text Notes:

 You can do an all date romantic text note discovery with your spouse. Write hand written romantic messages and keep it in strategic places for your spouse to discover. You can place the notes on the dressing table, dining table, bathroom mirror, inside cloth pockets and bags. You can also compose and send hourly romantic texts all day long while at work.

9. Make Slow Love:

 Val’s day is not a day for your normal fast and quick sex. It should be a day you spend to rediscover your spouse sexually. Slow love making should be the final theme for the day. You can set the pace with a slow music in the background while you take time to rediscover and worship each other’s other.

So far, we have discussed several things you can do on Valentine’s Day to make the most of the day.