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Hoping to enjoy a quiet romantic Valentine’s Day at home this year, but don’t have any ideas to make it enjoyable for you and your partner?
Don’t want to spend a ton of money or just want to spend this special day enjoying each other’s company?
These ideas will keep Valentine’s Day budget-friendly, romantic, and will allow you and your partner to spend some quality time together.
Cook Dinner Together
To start off the evening cook dinner together.
It can be something simple such as steak and baked potatoes or you could opt to have fresh seafood delivered to your doorstep.
The important thing is to save money by not ordering delivery or takeout and kicking off the evening by cooking a meal together.
Play Games Together
When was the last time you and your partner played a game together (just the two of you)?
This Valentine’s Day consider playing a game together.
While you won’t be able to play Cards Against Humanity (unless you’re doing a double date) some great alternatives that are a lot of fun include:
Coloring is so relaxing and a great way to destress.
If you’re a beginner to adult colorer you could start off with a simple coloring book such as the Fantastic Animals Adult Coloring Collection.
It’s a great way to kick your Valentine’s Day evening off if you had to work on Valentine’s Day.
Creat Art Together
While Paint and Sip date nights are fun, they can be pretty pricey and on Valentine’s Day overcrowded.
With Diamond Art Club you can create beautiful art at home.
Their kits include everything that you need to create a beautiful canvas that you can hang up once completed as a reminder of the year you decided to have a Romantic Valentine’s Day at home.
Have Cocktails and Catch up on Shows or Watch a Movie
The perfect way to end Valentine’s Day is to have a few cocktails while catching up on your favorite shows or watching a movie.
We have quite a few shows to catch up on such as Power, The First 100, and The Purge.
Conclusion: You Can Have a Romantic Valentine’s Day at Home
There’s nothing wrong with wanting to spend Valentine’s Day at home. It can still be romantic, save you a ton of money, and give you a chance to reconnect with your partner.
What does a romantic Valentine’s Day at home look like for you?