Valentine's Day Date Ideas for Every Kind of Couple
Valentine's Day is just around the corner.
If you're lucky enough to have a partner to celebrate with, you're probably starting to feel a little stressed about putting together the perfect V-Day plans.
Since we know every relationship is different, keep scrolling for Valentine's Day date ideas for every kind of couple.
A Romantic Bonfire
For: The couple who likes the outdoors
If you and your partner love spending time outside, a romantic bonfire is the perfect way to celebrate the day of love. Choose a laid-back location where you can snuggle up together for the night and be sure to bring everything you might need for some delicious Valentine's s'mores.
A Movie Marathon
For: The couple who wants to avoid the crowds
If you have no interest in venturing out into the world on Valentine's Day, plan a date that lets you and your homebody partner celebrate each other in comfort. An elaborate movie night with a delicious dinner, yummy chocolates, romantic candles and plenty of blankets to make your cuddle session extra cozy allows you to focus on each other for the evening without stressing out about the V-Day crowds.
A Night at a Museum
For: The classy couple
If you want to do something extra classy on Valentine's Day, but you want it to be a little more interesting than a simple sit-down dinner, a night touring a museum is the perfect way to switch things up. It allows you and your partner to participate in something new and exciting, and it keeps you up and about for the whole evening. End it with a nice dessert and you've got yourself a romantic evening that's sure to make your Valentine's a day to remember.
A Copycat First Date
For: The couple who really wants the romance
If you're looking for a Valentine's Day that's all about celebrating the love between you and your S.O., you've got to plan a particularly sentimental date. And what's more nostalgic than recreating your very first outing? Whatever you happened to do on your first date, try repeating it for your Valentine's Day plans. It allows you and your S.O. to spend time together, and it will have both of you reminiscing on the exciting early days of your romance.
For: The couple who wants to stay active
Even if you adore romance, sometimes the classic Valentine's Day dates sound a little too stagnant for couples who like to stay moving. For those active pairs, roller skating is an ideal way to celebrate. It's sporty and exciting, but it also has a nice dose of romance. Zooming around the rink hand-in-hand with your S.O. is sure to give you all those happy V-Day feelings, without making you yawn from boredom.
An Indoor Picnic
For: The couple who's saving money
Even if you like the classic Valentine's Day dates, the hard truth is that they can be really expensive. If you're a couple who's looking to save money, skip the overpriced restaurant and have your own romantic dinner at home. An indoor picnic allows you and your love to add a dose of romance to your meal, and it's much more private than a crowded restaurant, anyway.
A Scavenger Hunt
For: The couple who wants to have fun
If you're looking for more fun than romance in your Valentine's Day, a scavenger hunt can be the perfect way to add a dose of enjoyable entertainment to the evening. Set up a list of fun tasks for your S.O., and have the final destination be a nice dinner with you or a sweet gift. It keeps your night lighthearted, but it still requires enough effort to show your person that you care.
Have a Snow Day
For: The couple who's bogged down by the weather
Considering the snowy weather, any kind of Valentine's Day plan that requires braving the outdoors might seem like a little too much work. In that case, make the weather work in your favor. Rather than a classic V-Day date, plan a fun snow day with your S.O. Go sledding, make a snowman, have a snowball fight—basically, design an evening that centers around the chilly weather. After you've exhausted yourselves with all your snow day fun, you can end your night snuggled up by the fire digging into all your Valentine's Day chocolates.
A Game Night
For: The couple who isn't that romantic
If you and your S.O. don't really consider yourselves romantic people, an over-the-top evening of flowers and chocolates will probably just make you uncomfortable. A game night, on the other hand, gives you a chance to spend quality time together without all the bells and whistles. Get out your favorite games, grab a box of chocolates and settle in for a night of competition and fun.
An At-Home Spa Night
For: The couple who wants to treat themselves
Valentine's Day can a stressful holiday, especially if there's too much pressure on having the perfect evening. If you and your S.O. really just want to chill out, unwind together by planning an at-home spa night. Grab your favorite sheet masks and foot scrubs and spend the evening watching TV and pampering yourselves. Not only will you spend time together, but you'll also feel refreshed and rejuvenated—talk about killing two birds with one stone.
If you're celebrating V-Day solo, click HERE for seven seriously cool things you can do to love yourself this Valentine's Day.