Today is a special day whether you and your partner have been together for three months or three decades–and on a day like this, you don’t want your partner to feel left out and lonely.
We know how stressful and wallet breaking it is to come up with the most romantic ideas for a special valentine’s day treat for that someone– so we want to help.
Not forgetting COVID and its implications on occasions like this, there are still many ways to make this Valentine’s Day special for your partner or even someone you are not dating… yet.
These ideas can even be enjoyed from the comfort of your homes while strict measure are being put in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Start With A Breakfast in Bed
Breakfast in bed— The ultimate sweet something for your sweet someone? You can go over the top to feature a spread that only includes heart-shaped treats like frosted doughnuts, raspberry muffins, peanut butter cookies, freshly-baked bagels, cheesy egg toast, red velvet pancakes or waffles.
Go on a Bike Ride
If the weather allows, take a mini adventure in your own neighborhood or city. You may discover some hidden gems on your new route.
Play tourist in your own town
Become tourists in your own home and finally check off one or two of those bucket list items you keep putting off. Visit the landmark in your town you’ve always wanted to visit or the museum you’ve never entered. You can make it even fun by snapping photos of places you visit with your partner.
Take a Dance Lesson
Dancing to get your heart rate up. How about you take the dance lessons you’ve always wanted with your partner? A variety of dance classes are now offered online: Learn how to fox trot, tango, and two step so you can show off your team work to friends at the party.
Play Board Games
Studies show that having fun together is one of the most important factors when it comes to marital satisfaction so grab plenty of snacks, pop a bottle of bubbly, put on your coziest pajamas, and play your favorite board games.
Get a Couples Massage
If you have the time, plan a romantic day to relax and focus on each other. Some spas offer a full day fee that includes a massage, as well as access to hot tubs and indoor pools at a very affordable price. Take advantage of discounts and have a great spa time with your partner.
If that’s above the budget, a cheaper alternative is to fill your bathtub with essential oils, line it with candles, and take a couples bath or give each other a massage.
Plan a Mini Getaway
Book a place with access to activities and amenities you wouldn’t otherwise have at home, like, say, a fireplace. You can inexpensively get a place away from home for a change of environment.
Have a Cooking Competition
Try a “cook off”—you each make a dish, then fill out score cards to determine whose skills are superior. It can even be fun if you give each other a mystery basket of ingredients, and see what you can come up with.
Have a Karaoke Night
Sing your special duet song together. science has proven that singing together with a partner or your best friends helps create strong bonds.Got a karaoke machine or just a music box? Why not put it to use today?
Make playlists for each other
Spend some time putting together playlists for each other on your favorite streaming service. Choose songs that spark memories of your relationship or simply tunes you know your significant other will love.
So there you have it, these are budget friendly yet unique and romantic ways to spend time with your significant other on the special day. HAVE FUN!!