Valentine’s Day is February 14th. Do you have your plans yet? Most people schedule a nice dinner or something romantic like ice skating or a movie. You don’t have to stick to the status quo and do what everyone else is doing. Plus, it might not be as crowded because everyone is at dinner. Here are the top 5 creative date ideas for Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s Day Date Ideas – Pottery Class
Even if you aren’t the best at pottery, it is something fun to do with the one you love. You may get a little messy, but you could reenact the scene from “Ghost.” What is more romantic than that? You can mold a heart from the clay and give it to your significant other. It would be a cute date night and you may learn something from it.
Valentine’s Day Date Ideas – Painting with a Twist
Although it may be a bit expensive, Painting with a Twist would be a great date night. You can let your creative side come out and see how talented your loved one is. Again, the theme of the picture would probably be something romantic and you could hang the picture up in your home/ future home. Plus, if you’re 21 or over, you can enjoy wine too.
Valentine’s Day Date Ideas – Picnic / Bonfire
This is a creative, but inexpensive option. You can make some s’mores and cuddle up next to each other while sitting in front of a fire. If you decide to go on a picnic, bring some chocolate covered strawberries, wine, and some heart shaped food. Both options would allow you to talk to your significant other and find out a lot about them. It would just be the two of you, so nothing would be off-limits.
Real Dancing Class
We’re not talking about dancing in a club or in a bar, but real professional dance lessons. Whether it’s ballroom dancing or even learning a style you don’t know of, like hip-hop. Dancing with your partner can be very romantic and you can learn a lot about your partner from it. There are probably more dance studios close to you than you think. So, do your research.
Relaxing Spa Day
Who doesn’t love a good massage/spa day? A good spa day can be romantic and also relaxing. It would also cover a two in one because you could give the spa day as a gift. If you don’t have enough money for that, you can always turn up the romance by planning your own spa day at home together.
What is the most creative date you’ve ever been on?