Here we go fellas,
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and you might currently be one that saving tips and budget friendly grind, so to help you avoid breaking your wallet, here are some ideas for low cost and high value Valentine’s Day dates.
Tip 1: start at home. Valentine’s day shouldn't always be this huge undertaking where you have to plan to shut down a restaurant and buy out the florist. Valentine’s day should always be about commemorating the love that you have for each other - not the dollars spent on the gifts.
Tip 2: set the scene - pick a room that you can create the perfect ambience in and get creative. Do you need a blanket? Petals? Candles? Get all you need from affordable stores like Marshalls or HomeGoods and set the scene. As always, it’s the thought that counts.
Tip 3: chef it up (or cater) - nothing says I love you like effort. Even if you don't consider yourself Top Chef material, creating something from scratch for your partner will always be well received. Check out these easy romantic date night recipes to get you started.
Tip 4: hit it! - not like that (at least not yet) - put together a playlist that is speaks to your love story. What songs represent your relationship? What songs get y’all in the mood? Set it up and push play or just let Alexa or Siri do the job for you.
Tip 5: Flattery will get you everywhere - speak words of affirmation and of praise to your partner. More than ever, remember that you are working to remind your partner of how valuable they are to you. So poems, spoken words, short stories, powerpoint slideshows … anything to make your partner smile and feel additionally loved should do the trick.
Ok - that’s it fellas. We’ve made these tips idiot proof so that you can score massive points with your partner. Did you try these? Let us know how it all went!
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