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How To Make a Great Valentines Day For Your Girlfriend

Updated on January 19, 2014

How to make a great Valentines day for your girlfriend!

Valentines day is right around the corner. As this day approaches, love fills the air and therefore, spending a romantic evening with your loved one becomes a lot easier.

However, if you want to give your woman the best valentines day ever, you need to plan everything. If your special lady is the love of your life, it becomes even more complicated. Most men remain quite confused until the last moment.

Here are some tips which will help you make her day special.

Make or Buy a Customized Valentines Day Card

Before you plan anything else, you should definitely visit a card shop to buy something special for her.

These days, you can also use free e-cards from the Internet and surprise your special woman with a romantic message on her smartphone or laptop.

It is always better to buy a customized Valentines day card and add a special message for your loved one. Although its a small gesture, it will go a long way in making her realize how much you lover her.

Choose a Special Gift

Almost every person chooses chocolates or flowers on Valentines day. You need to find something special which your woman may not have expected. It is better to make your Valentines day gift a bit more special, unusual and memorable. Some exceptional ideas include:

  • Instead of using traditional flowers, you can give flowering teas or feng-shui plants.
  • You can get some coupons or gift certificate for a massage bar and let your special lady relax.
  • You can even surprise the woman you love with tickets to her favorite music concert or art show.
  • If your special woman loves chocolates, you can skip the traditional box and buy a gift basket containing massage oil, honey dust and even body paint.

Plan a Unusual Experience

Every person in a relationship will be able to explain the importance of a gift on Valentine’s day. However, it may be a bit confusing to choose the right present for your loved one. Therefore, it is always better to plan an unusual experience. You need to make sure that your special lady does not forget this day for a long time. Here are some unusual ideas to spend quality time with her on Valentine’s day:

  • A simple walk along the beach can go a long way in strengthening your bond. Stargazing from your roof can also be a good idea.
  • Cuddling on the couch and enjoying her favorite romantic movie never gets old.
  • You can also rent a hot air balloon or go skydiving.
  • Reciting a romantic poem over dinner can also get you some bonus points.

Element of Surprise

Last but not the least, there is not a better way to make her day more special than surprising her with something unusual. Let your partner know about usual activities you've planned for the day, but don't disclose what seems best.

Surprising your lover on Valentine's day can reignite the spark and passion to strengthen your bond. While planning your evening together, make sure you know everything your special woman wants. Just try to be creative and think outside the box.

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    • hbruhn profile imageAUTHOR

      hbruhn 

      4 years ago

      @Elsie Hagley: I agree... if only people would be more honest and acknowledge their weaker sides, I think we would have a lot less divorces. thank you for your comment, have a happy Valentine :)

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      Elsie Hagley 

      4 years ago from New Zealand

      Nice ideas for a great valentine day with your sweetheart. I especially like the bit were you say, " Most men remain quite confused until the last moment." I always knew that, but there's not many men that would acknowledge it. It's great to see a article written by a man on the subject of valentine celebrations. Hope you have a perfect Valentine Day.

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