Looking for Valentine’s at home ideas? Well, it is 2021 and still at this time when social distancing still needs to happen and outdoor activities will most likely be limited, you are probably wondering what things you can do on Valentine’s Day during a pandemic? How to create a romantic evening during the pandemic? I am listing some ways to adapt you and still have some fun on Valentine’s Day.
Valentine’s at Home Ideas
How to Make Valentine’s Day Special
Prepare a special meal together
Delicious food in restaurants is easy, but cooking together is somewhat that outshines delicious food. Cooking together can be fun and comprises an exceptional ingredient which is known as love (corny I know but I could not resist). There are several recipes for dishes that you can make. You can try to make something you both enjoy or experiment and try something new to the both of you.
Watch romantic web series together
Dim the lights and burn some sweet smelling candles to create the moment more romantic. Pick a series from your favorite streaming service on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hotstar, etc. Grab some popcorn or dessert (if you made romantic dinner) and enjoy each other’s company. This is also a great idea for the couples who are long distance.
Play a fun game together
Couples who play together stay together according to Berkeley Science Review. Your game can be video games or as simple as board games such as Scrabble are excellent options. You can also play romantic date night games too.
Give a sensual massage
Who wouldn’t love a sensual massage on Valentine’s Day? Set the mood with right lightning. Start with a nice bubble bath to help start the night with relaxation in mind. Make sure you have towels, blankets, sheets, massage oil and lotion. Optional music, flowers and candles.
Drink wine and celebrate
If you and your partner like to enjoy a nice bottle of wine, enhance the experience by offering a wine delivery membership and have a tasting. Spend Valentine’s Day with six different mini bottles of wine; select your favorites and tell the service which one you like best you will have wine to enjoy together next time.
Be sure to check your state’s laws on shipping liquor, as some states do not allow you to receive liquor through the mail. If your state offers a fine, you can have one of your favorite blends of wine delivered to your door.
Plan a scavenger hunt for Valentine’s Day
A scavenger hunt is on any list of romantic ideas for Valentine’s Day at home. Hide passionate memories of your favorite couple memories around the house, then write clues below where to find them and what they will remind you of. It’s also a fun game for kids (with family memories), or you can wait for them to go to bed to make a hot version of this adult-only family classic with clues.
Relax with a Movie Marathon
A movie? This is a normal Friday night. Do you allow yourself to see as much as you want? This is a good night to go out. Start with Romeo and Juliet by Bajo Luhrmann or jump into The Matrix or the trilogy before sunrise and enjoy a fantastic night’s rest on the couch with your partner. Of course, you will need popcorn and candy. Enjoy the right things.
February can still be cold, but take advantage of it by putting on your warm coat and setting it on fire. Bring a bottle of good wine, fry the oversized marshmallows, play a game outside, and enjoy the outdoors at the time of year when we are indoors. If you can’t employ a passionate movie night on a similar couch, make a similar movie in two dissimilar films.
You can synchronize your schedule to watch a similar movie at a similar time and also relish it with FaceTime for an additional dose of association. Or go to the movie house in their corresponding cities as well as then converse on the film. You should not talk in movies anyhow, so this is a prodigious night for long-distance conversations.
Reading a romantic book/ Write Love Letters
Reading together can be fun. Communicate with your partner to select an exhilarating romantic novel to read together. Then, on Valentine’s Day, take some wine, light a candle, and discuss the book. For most couples, email, texting, video chatting, and phone calls are probably the bulk of their communication. Try something different and exchange Valentine’s letter with your partner. Try our love letter prompts.
Try a virtual tour of the museum
If you want to show your loved one to their favorite museum, a virtual tour is best. Whether you like art or natural history museums, there is no better time to do an online tour when it is convenient in your own home.
Do Fragrance Makeover
If your fragrance wardrobe needs an update or wanting to try something new, this would be the perfect time to do a fragrance makeover. Purchase or grab a sample of 3-5 scents that you like. Grab some coffee beans to clear after each smell and have your partner smell each scent and see which scent turns them on.
Have Valentine’s at Home Ideas that I missed? Comment below and share. Happy Valentine’s Day!