It’s that wonderful time of year again. Time to show your partner how much you love them.
Candy? Flowers? Weekend getaway?
All good ideas. All things that can be extremely romantic. However, I have been doing my homework and I have a few other ideas.
I found a whole list of great (and different) ideas in a book. Here is a preview:
1. Use conversation candy hearts to spell out a romantic message and leave it on the table or kitchen counter.
2. Buy a whole box of kids’ Valentine cards and:
* Mail a whole box of them
* Fill his briefcase with them
* Tape them all over her car
* Fill the sink with them
* Fill her pillow with them
* Mail one each day for the whole month of February
3. Make good use of a big red bow (and nothing else)
These ideas all came from a book called 1001 Ways to Be Romantic, 3E: More Romantic Than Ever.
You can get your own copy here:
This book is packed full of ideas you can use all year long, so it is well worth the money. (Think of all the points this could earn you, guys!)
Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas That Cost More Money
I suggest this resource on my websites all the time, but it seems even more appropriate for Valentine’s Day gift ideas. It’s called 1000 Questions For Couples. What better gift could you give your partner than your time and your thoughts? Guys, if you want your girl to melt into your arms, then this is your best bet. (But don’t be afraid to combine this with one of the other ideas above.)
If you still want to go the more traditional route, or combine a couple different ideas, then check out Amazon’s Valentine’s Day Event.