How to host the perfect Valentines night in
Love is in the air, and with Valentine’s Day coming up, it’s the perfect excuse to show someone just how much they mean to you.
Valentine’s Day, or maybe it’s more of a friendly ‘Palentine’s Day’, will look a little different this year. Although households are having to spend a lot more time at home, there are plenty of fun, creative ways to enjoy a romantic night in.
Whether love comes in the form of a thoughtful gift, a tasty meal-for-two or something simpler like a relaxing pamper or movie night, here are some Valentine’s Day ‘at home’ ideas to spruce up your night in...
Dine-in from your local
Supporting local businesses is important now more than ever, so why not see if your local restaurant, pub or café is promoting any Valentine’s weekend deals to enjoy at home? Whether it’s breakfast pancakes, afternoon tea or a three-course dinner complete with a bottle of bubbly, try and stick to supporting your locals and share the love this Valentine’s Day.
Scrolling online for the perfect Valentine’s Day card for your partner can be tedious, and you can’t help but wonder how many other thousands of people will be opening that same card on February 14th. So instead why not put your crafty skills to the test and make a bespoke card, designed and made by you with love. If this doesn’t scream romance...
Go for a romantic stroll
Fresh air and exercise are proven ways to increase your endorphins, and it would be the perfect opportunity to take time out of your day, away from your phone, to share a special moment with your loved one. Why not make a pit-stop by grabbing a take-out warm drink and sweet treat from a local coffee shop for the walk home?
Cocktail making Zoom class
A night in is the new night out, right? Have some fun with an evening of cocktail making, have a laugh with your loved one and why not add a dash of competition by crowning the best mixologist? Get dressed up, dig out your glad rags, and book a masterclass with your favourite local or high-street bar. Mixology are offering virtual Valentine’s masterclasses, to find out more click here.
Movie marathon and chill
Write down your favourite movies on small pieces of paper, put them in a jar and spend Valentine’s Weekend snuggled up on the sofa working your way through your favourite films. Paired with some scented candles, popcorn, sweet snacks and a glass of fizz or two, this will take cosy romance to the next level.
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