Simple Valentine's Day Date Ideas

by - 2/11/2020 12:00:00 AM


Like most women, Valentine's Day is one of my favorite holidays. Something about romance being in the air that excites me. For me, it’s all about the little gestures that make a huge impact. Whether you are looking for a simple day and/or what to do on a whim. Below, I’m sharing some of my favorite ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

Simple Valentine's Day Date Ideas 

Fondue Date 
Fondue dates are so much fun. This is something that you can create at home or actually go to a restaurant that has fondue platters. 

Spa Day 
Whether you're doing an at-home spa day, or booking an appointment at your favorite spa. Going to the spa and having that relaxing feeling can really be the perfect gift for your loved one.  

Beer or Wine Tasting 
Depending on or where you live. Groupon typically has amazing offers when it comes to beer and wine tasting. Of course, make sure that you read the fine print to make sure that its valid on Valentine's Day. However, this a great opportunity to try new beers and/or wines. 

Ice-Skating 
Ice skating is such a great experience. You can make the date even more special by making a day trip out of it, and visiting a new ice-skating rink. 

A Scavenger Hunt
Scavenger hunts can be so much fun. What I love about this idea is that you create and hide all of the items. This can be done in your home and/or at some of your favorite places. 

Museum Date
They are so many amazing museums out there. Take the time to discover a new one! In 2018, I rediscovered my love for museums, and I was able to learn about so many new artists. 

A Themed Dinner and/or Movie Night at Home
This is one of the best options if you want to bet the crowds. You can create your very own themed dinner and/or movie date at home. What I love about this idea, especially living in New England, you don't have to worry about the weather, and you can actually make the theme a surprise for your spouse. 

How do you enjoy spending Valentine's day?s 


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15 comments

  1. I'm not big on ice skating but fondue sounds amazing. My kids have off on Friday so I think we're going to do something as a family.

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  2. These all seem like so much fun and romantic. I would love a wine tasting or a couples trip to the museum.

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  3. I am all for simple. It's too crowded to go out on Valentine's Day. We'll just be ordering pizza and having a movie night. We'll probably rent Joker!

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  4. Going ice-skating with my boyfriend for Valentine's Day would be so much fun. We definitely have to look into that!

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  5. My husband and I will PROBABLY get sushi take out and watch something weird on Netflix. HA! So um, kinda like every night - lol!

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  6. This year we're staying at home. However, I do like the idea of going ice skating. That's something I've always wanted to try.

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  7. I like your style! These simple Valentine's Day date ideas are so wonderful and perfect for anyone who wants to keep it low key for Valentine's Day.

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  8. No plans for the Valentines Day. I'd rather stay home and rest or catch up with my series.

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  9. Mama Maggie's KitchenFebruary 12, 2020 at 5:43 AM

    I am definitely going to spend Valentine's day with love of my life! My family! Anything will be special as long you are with them. Thanks for sharing these ideas.

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  10. I think ice skating would be a lot of fun and we usually go out to eat but on Valentine's Day there are so many crowds everywhere that I would prefer to stay home.

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  11. Definitely a great ideas for this coming Valentine's day. I would love to do the ice skating for a change plus is has a nice ring to it.

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  12. Well, these are interesting ideas you have. I prefer it being just simple but still romantic. Netflix and chill while having a bottle of wine sounds ideal

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  13. Kristine Nicole AlessandraFebruary 12, 2020 at 2:54 PM

    We're staying home this year. My husband and I have already chosen 2 movies to watch. One of his high suspense favorite film and a what he calls a chic flick. I would rather call it a romance-comedy. The menu has been decided too. Looking forward to our Valentine's date at home.

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  14. We have to come to love fondue at home - in fact, we had fondue for an at-home Oscar party. I love the idea of the Scavenger Hunt.

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  15. The simple dates seem to be the best with me. Just me and the spouse making a nice memory.

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