So, now let us discuss ways to celebrate Valentine's Day as a couple.
- Make up a batch of heart-shaped pancakes for a yummy Valentine's breakfast or brunch. Just pour the batter in the frying pan in a free-form heart shape and serve with strawberries and whipped cream.
- Insert candy surprises into balloons before inflating them - add a folded-up Valentine's message then inflate each balloon. Tie with a red ribbon and attach to your loved one's chair for them to find Valentine's morning.
- Make sure you have everything is arranged ahead of time for your Valentine's Day date, so there will be no last minute struggle or rush.
- Nothing sets the mood for romance more than the enticing aroma and flickering glow of a burning candle, so use them to your full advantage. On February 1, light a candle at dinner. The following evening, add another candle and light them both. Continue to add a candle each evening until Valentine's Day.
- This year, instead of buying a card, express your thoughts with your own words. Find out 14 of your favorite pictures, write down your feelings, and make your own cards. Present your honey with one card a day until Valentine's Day.
- Express your love for your honey with music. Every day surprise your valentine with a special song. You can play it, sing it, or send it via E-mail to work or a phone. Better yet, burn your songs onto a CD, and your sweetheart will have a collection of special songs to savor the whole year.
- If your plans include a major commitment on Valentines Day, your plans should be a little more elaborate. Choose your favorite restaurant or special place and make sure you have a dozen Roses in hand for your special Valentine, to make the evening very romantic.
- Start the day off right. Leave a few hand-picked flowers and a special card somewhere that your lover will find them first thing in the morning.