A COVID Valentine’s Day
5 Romantic Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Home
It’s almost that time of year where red roses, pink hearts, and cute meme-inspired cards begin dominating the market. All of the Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa decorations are tucked away for now, and love songs fill the air.
Valentine’s Day is such a beautiful time and sparks people to plan for an elegant way to express their appreciation and gratitude for their loved ones. However, there is a setback for this holiday season, and that’s Covid-19. Overall, the idea of having a nice dinner or evening out on the town with your soulmate is not advisable this time year. Regardless, that does not mean Valentine’s Day has to pass by without making it eventful. To offer support on making this Day a memorable one during the pandemic, below are some creative ways you can celebrate this holiday right at home.
1. Cook A Romantic Dinner Together
Set the romantic tone and vibe right in your own dining room and make it feel like you are sitting at your favorite restaurant together. What’s more if you like this date idea but are not exactly a gourmet chef, call your desired restaurant and see if they offer carry out. Doing this is a sure-fire way to get that restaurant feel in your home without worrying about accidentally burning your food.
2. Cuddle Up and Watch a Movie Together
Sometimes the most intimate and romantic date idea you can do is merely cuddling up and watching a great movie together. It does not have to be a romantic movie if you don’t want it to be, but this is sure a prime to put out this genre. Also, keep in mind that this cuddling and movie session does not mean you have to skip out on the fancy dinner part mentioned above. You can effortlessly intertwine these date ideas to make your entire Day filled with thoughtful experiences. If you are looking for some fantastic interracial date night movies to watch, then look no further than these.
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3. Turn Your Home into A Spa
Transform your bathroom into a luxury spa experience. Dim the lights, fill the tub with warm water, add in some flower petals, and light aromatherapy candles to make the moment as euphoric as you can. If your bathtub is large enough, soak in the warmth and relaxation together.
4. Have A Backyard Or Car Picnic
Are you looking to celebrate in the middle of the Day? If so, then a backyard or car picnic is always a good date choice. With a mid-day picnic, both of you can enjoy the breeze, sun and get in tune with nature and your partner over delicious food. Alternatively, if the weather is terrible or you live in a place covered in snow, then migrate your picnic inside instead. If you happen to have a fireplace, that would be a fantastic asset to light up and place the picnic in front of.
5. Make Your Living Room a Dance Floor
You do not have to go out to enjoy dancing. With some furniture shifts, you can create an open dance floor space where you and your partner can enjoy dancing closely and connect. Now, if neither of you are regular dancers, this could also be another way for you to bond through learning something new. Maybe try out Salsa or Tango together for the first time and enjoy spending time trying to master it. Doing this will inadvertently provoke tons of laugher, conversation, and fun.
A COVID Valentine’s Day Can Still Be Special
There are many ways you can make Valentine’s Day statement-making, all without leaving your home. In the end, whether you choose to be intimate or cuddle up on the couch watching a wonderful interracial movie, never lose sight of what makes these moments incredibly meaningful in the first place. COVID or not, what genuinely makes Valentine’s Day so special, is sharing it with that person you deeply care about and appreciate. It is prioritizing your other half/whole, your relationship, and feeling grateful to be living your life with them by your side. In the end, as long as you are spending Valentine’s Day with your favorite person and celebrating in a way that feels right for the both of you, then you nailed down the real meaning of what Valentine’s Day is all about.
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