Non-Cheesy Valentine’s Day.

February 14th 2017

Every year on the 14th February, card companies, florists, and restaurants make a fortune. Since a nice card, a nice bunch of flowers, and a nice dinner seem to be what most couples have in mind. It’s great to feel loved, but this traditional Valentine’s scenario is a little too plain, a little dull, and more than a little cheesy. Get creative, and read on to find out how you can make Valentine’s Day more unique and memorable.

Make Valentines Unique & Memorable.

Instead of giving him or her one of the cheesy store bought cards, why not be a little more creative and unique. You can go out and find one of those town artists who will draw a portrait of the two of you. This way you have something you can treasure forever and it won’t be thrown away like the store bought card you are thinking about getting.

Unless your partner genuinely adores flowers, skip the trip to the florist. Flowers are pretty but they are ridiculously expensive and die within a few days. The best gift on Valentine’s day is an experience gift, the great thing about experience gift is this is something the two of you can do together  and make memories while doing it. A trip to the spa, wine tastings, cooking classes or if you want something more extreme what about sky diving, bungee-jumping, or trekking. Search the web and I am sure you can find something that interest the both of you!

For the date instead of doing what everyone else is doing why not make a list of things you have never done or always wanted to do in your local area. Then see how many things you can squeeze into one day. The key to a creative and fun Valentine’s Day is to do something that you have never done before and no-one else is doing. Don’t get stuck waiting 90 minutes for a table at the most popular restaurant. Do something exciting and something unique and something personal to the both of you.

Happy almost Valentine’s Day lovebirds!

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