Valentine’s day activities
Your V-Day activity to do list :
I have spent countless hours online searching articles that list the perfect Valentine’s Day activities for romantic couples. Below are the top 3 activities that I have found along with some helpful tips to make February 14th the night perfect!
1. The classic dinner: Romantic candlelight dinner at her/his favorite restaurant, or a new place if you don’t have a favorite, then a movie followed by a walk under the moonlight. A few things to mention before planning this eventful evening. The first is to remember to always make reservations for the restaurant you want to eat at, there isn’t anything more pathetic than seeing that huge line of people snack around the side of the building all for couples who didn’t bother to think ahead and reserve a slot of the night. This forethought will be noticed early and go a long way into providing the foundation for a perfect night. And speaking of providing foundation, tip 2: Never ever meet at the place you want to eat always pick him/her up with flowers and chocolates in hand!
For adults: After dinner head the museum. There are always exhibits that you can browse with your love by your side. Museums are known for being pretty quiet and somewhat less crowded unless there is a large exhibit visiting. Take this time to ask questions about one another and learn a few things about what makes each other tick you might come away knowing alot more about the romance than you did previously this will also benefit your long term relationship. After browsing the art head out for a night of karaoke for lighten up the mood!
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— Dear Crush (@LovePhrase) January 14, 2015
Valentine’s day for singles: We didn’t forget about the unmarried and the single. One thing to avoid if you are single is the “I hate valentines’s day” bashing parties that occur around the city. These bashing parties only make you look sad and lonely at a time when you should be celebrating you “single-ness.” Just remember today is not “single awareness day” but a day that you should focus on building your relationships with your mom, brother, or sister.