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Four Super Cute Ideas for Valentine's Day

Updated on February 11, 2016

Valentine's Day

is a perfect opportunity to let your significant other know how much you care. Many of the traditional routes of celebrating the holiday are overrated or old news, and couples are looking for fresh and innovative ways to spend the evening together. Here are four interesting ways for you and your honey to celebrate the day of love.

1. Celebrate with friends

Instead of celebrating one-on-one this year, mix it up by getting together with other couples for a fun night out. Host a dinner party at your home or meet up at a restaurant to add to the fun and celebration of Valentine's Day. Want even more fun? Play games such as couple's trivia to create bonding moments between you, your significant other, and your friends.

Need dinner ideas and recipes? Try steak and vegetables, or this delicious marinara recipe.


2. Make chocolate together

When we think about Valentine's Day, the first thing that usually comes to mind is chocolate. Instead of surprising your sweetie with 70 pounds of chocolate this year, why not plan a chocolate making date together? Fresh chocolate made with your significant other is better than anything you could possibly find at the store, especially when there are millions of chocolate recipes online!

Bonus: Watch the romantic film, Chocolat, together!


3. Create something original

Create a piece of art, music, or literature for your significant other this Valentine's Day and present it to them after a surprise dinner. You can even create a video for them and watch it together over dinner. Undertaking creative projects takes time and effort and shows that you care, so get busy! Or, you can try making something together!

Quick ideas: Poem, animated film, stop-motion film, painting, song, sculpture, scrapbook, jewelry, story, drawing, paper flower bouquet, etc.


4. Volunteer together

Spend the day volunteering together to give back to your community and bond over something new. After all, Valentine's Day is about love and there is nothing more loving than giving without expecting anything in return. Plus, you will get to see a new side of your significant other, and you may find something that you would like to do together more often. It's a win-win all around!

Volunteer opportunities


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