Valentine’s Day is the day to love and be loved. However, Valentine’s Day is not exclusively for couples, so why not spend it with your loved one showing them how much they mean to you?
Daily Caring lists a range of activities you can do with your loved one during the day of love so they can see just how much they mean to you.
Decorate their surroundings
People put up decorations for other holidays so why should Valentine’s Day be any different? Spend time with your loved one making DIY decorations and get them in the festive mood.
Valentine decoration ideas:
- Cut out hearts and put them up around the house
- Create a stained glass window of tissue paper
- Create a festive heart garland
Spend the day with the ones they care about
Valentine’s Day is all about spending the day with those we care about. Organise a small gathering of your loved one’s favourite people and invite them over for afternoon tea. An afternoon tea is easy to organise, cost effective and a great way for your loved one to catch up with those who matter most.
Valentine’s Day themed activities
What better way to make Valentine’s Day fun and get your loved one in the festive spirit than by doing Valentine’s themed activities? Valentine’s themed colouring pages, word search and bingo are sure to get your loved one in the mood.
Get in the kitchen
Get in the kitchen with your loved one and make snacks for all your friends and family to show them how much they mean to you. There are a variety of sweet and savoury snacks that you can create to celebrate Valentine ’s Day with your loved one, such as heart shaped sandwiches or a cookie bouquet.
Watch a romantic movie together
Grab some snacks and your loved ones’ favourite romantic movies and watch them together. This will have your loved one feeling nostalgic as they re-watch the movies they love and you will get to experience that with them.
Remember Valentine’s Day is a day for all kinds of love, not just the romantic kind. Spend some time with your loved one and show them just how much they mean to you.
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