Valentine's Day Date Ideas and Fits
Whether you've been together three months or three decades, it's no secret that coming up with some great Valentine's Day ideas can be stressful. It can be easy to put pressure on yourself to make Valentine's Day extra-special with a grand gesture or big present, but we're here to remind you that the most important Valentine's Day gift is time spent together. You've probably gone the traditional route so many times that you've run out of ideas anyway. We can help you "change things up just a bit" and even create excitement and passion in your relationship!
No matter how you choose to celebrate, we've rounded up a list of some of the absolute best things to do with your spouse, boyfriend, or girlfriend and outfits to wear for a memorable Valentine's Day 2022!
Go Wine/Beer Tasting
Spend the day or evening sampling a selection of local brews at a nearby brewery. This can be a great opportunity to learn new things about wine, while at the same time getting a chance to taste some excellent drinks and get a few bottles for later in the evening. If you don't like wine, you can go to a brewery for some great beer!
Go On A Weekend Trip
Every couple should splurge once in a while and spend the weekend, or just a night away. Order room service, watch a movie, jump in the hot tub, and sleep in. Find a cabin on Airbnb or splurge on a hotel room to remove yourself from the day-to-day grind. Book a place with access to activities and amenities you wouldn't otherwise have at home, like, say, a fireplace. You'll get out of your comfort zone and have a fabulous time doing it!
Make Valentine's Day Treats
What's more romantic than making your own Valentine's Day treats together? Baking is a fun way to spend more time with your significant other. And you'll have a sweet reward! For some sweet treat ideas, see the list below!
Valentine's Day Treats
Chocolate Covered Strawberries
Heart Shaped Cookies
Chocolate Chip Cookies
Chocolate Covered Pretzels
Ice Cream Sundaes
Valentine's Day Donuts
Go See A Movie/Have A Movie Marathon
Going to a movie can be extremely romantic, no matter what movie you see together! You know what they say about holding hands in the popcorn or kissing in the back of the movie theater! If you're not in the mood to go out to a movie, op some popcorn, make some snacks, turn down the lights, open up a bottle of wine, and have a Valentine's Day movie marathon while snuggling under a blanket in the comfort of your home. See a list of some of the best Valentine's Day movies for your marathon below!
The Last Song
This Means War
10 Things I Hate About You
How To Lose A Guy In 10 Days
The Longest Ride
Sweet Home Alabama
Go Out To Dinner
If you're not in the mood to clean up the kitchen, go out to dinner! Find a fancy, romantic restaurant, or go you the restaurant you both love! Don't want to go to a fancy dinner? Order takeout from one of your favorite fast-food place or restaurants.
Exchange Valentine's Day Gifts
If you're not into the idea of a big fancy Valentine's Day, but still want it to be special, you can exchange gifts with each other. This is a good way to have a low-key evening, while still celebrating. For gift ideas, see our gift idea blogs by clicking the links at the end of this page!
Cook Dinner Together
If food is the way to your honey's heart, a fancy, at-home Valentine's Day dinner for two might be the way to go. Cooking can be a fun way to spend time together, and then you can enjoy the meal together! For some dinner ideas, see the list below.
Romantic Dinners To Cook
Steak Dinner with Asparagus and Mashed Potatoes
Smothered Pork Chops with Broccoli and Mushroom
Southwestern Shrimp and Grits
Crispy Chicken Thighs with Garlic and Rosemary
Chicken Parmesan with Garlic Bread
Spaghetti and Meatballs
Garlic Lemon Scallops