Romantic Valentine’s Day ideas: 8 creative ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day

Chocolates and roses, dinner and a movie, these are the Valentine’s Day celebrations that most people go for, but it’s hardly going to become a long lasting romantic memory, is it? So do something special this year and make it a day to remember; you’re celebrating your love, so it’s worth a little extra effort. Read our eight ideas on how to create a romantic and memorable celebration and get you out of the Valentine’s Day rut:

1. Sing out your love to the whole world

Romantic Valentine’s day ideas don’t necessarily have to be complicated. Visit a karaoke bar and sing the cheesiest love songs to each other at the top of your voice and tell everyone there how much you love each other with a song.

2. Visit a spa together

One of the most relaxing and fun romantic Valentine’s Day ideas would be to visit a spa with your partner. It’s not just for the girls; book a day at the spa together and enjoy a relaxing massage, be pampered and get a chance to relax together. Check out the deals on Google, some spas do special Valentine’s Day couples packages.

3. Stay in and cook your own dinner

Make cooking your special dinner together a part of the evening. Cooking together can be really romantic and fun, especially if you try to cook something totally new and different; you will laugh together, enjoy each other’s company and it will be fun, even if he hasn’t got a clue what he’s doing!

4. Volunteer together

Do some good while you’re celebrating and spend some time together, helping out at an old people’s home or at a night hostel for the homeless. You’ll be rewarded with a sense of joint accomplishment, as well knowing that you have spent meaningful time together doing something really worthwhile.

5. Get a permanent mark of your love

Not everyone’s cup of tea, but, you could go to a tattoo parlour and make each other’s names permanently inked on your skin. A mark of your undying love and it can be put in a place that’s discrete! Or get a semi-permanent tattoo, so that your mum won’t be upset.

6. Take a class together

Romantic Valentine’s Day ideas can also include learning new things together. Attend a class for pottery, art, wine tasting, chocolate making or whatever! Learning together is fun and it might even become a shared hobby for the future as well.

7. Dance the night away together

Another romantic and creative way to celebrate Valentine’s Day would be dancing together. Whether you go out to a dance club or stay in and choose your own music, dancing like you used to do is a great way of getting close and intimate. Gentle holding one another close, as you move to your favourite love songs will definitely set the mood.

8. Share your love with a Valentines party

Romantic Valentine’s Day ideas don’t have to be limited just for the two of you. Share the celebration with other happy couples and have a Valentine’s Day party. Research has shown that sharing your life with other happy people increases your own happiness, so go ahead and celebrate your love with friends. It doesn’t have to be just the two of you to make it a romantic evening. Also, don’t forget to invite your single friends over to make their evening special as well…

We hope you find these ideas for Valentine’s day interesting and inspiring.

Feel free to share your own romantic Valentine’s day ideas in the comment section below.

Stay happy!


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    February 26, 2014 at 9:22 am

    Do the following and you will be happy!

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