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5 ideas for a romantic date at home
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It’s not too late to get something special organised for a romantic night tonight.
If you want to celebrate Valentine’s Day but you don’t want to fork out for a fancy restaurant, here are a few ideas for at home dates.
Perfect if you have kids, if you’re on a budget or you simply don’t want to give Valentine’s Day too much air time.
1. Makeshift moonlight cinema
If you have a backyard, balcony or patio why not turn it into a romantic moonlight cinema for two? Load your laptop with a couple of good movies and snuggle down for your own private double feature picture show.
Don’t forget to make popcorn and have ice cream sundaes. Perhaps order takeaway for dinner so you don’t have to cook.
2. Treasure hunt
Buy a few cute Valentine’s Day themed treats and hide them around the house for your lover to find. Leave a trail of notes to lead your partner in the right direction and have a thoughtful personal gift voucher waiting for them at the end. Like a massage in front of the television or a cup of tea brought to them in bed every morning for a week.
This idea is perfect for those that are on a budget but still want to spoil their sweetie on Valentines Day.
3. Candlelit dinner
Designate one chef for the main course and one chef for the dessert and surprise each other with a recipe you’ve never cooked before. Make a big fuss of your table setting with a gorgeous tablecloth, napkins and candles.
Make sure you put your phones away, play beautiful ambient music and just spend time enjoying each other’s company. Pick a delicious bottle of wine and chatter the evening away.
The best part about this date is that you don’t have to wait in the taxi line outside a restaurant or have a designated driver. You can simply finish your evening by tumbling into bed. Bliss.
4. Indoor picnic
Grab your favorite picnic rug, a pile of cushions and have a relaxing evening with your very own indoor picnic. Buy some cheese and biscuits, crack open a few beers and enjoy your bug-free dining! You could watch a movie, play a board game or simply sit and chat.
The perfect casual Valentine’s date.
4a. Outdoor picnic
If you have a garden you can of course head outside, or even better, if you’re fortunate enough to back onto, or live close to a field or a park, head round the corner and make the most of your suburb’s outside spaces.
5. Have breakfast in bed
Your celebrating doesn’t have to be at night so why not make a delicious breakfast in bed and share it with your other half?
It can be as simple as a few croissants and some fresh coffee before work. Sharing an intimate moment in bed with food is a beautiful way to start the Valentine’s Day celebrations.