(for Ages 19-21)
Sketch your dream-house floor plan and talk about the possibilities for each room. You could visit model homes or open-houses together for ideas.
Have dinner in a rowboat in a lake or pond. Make the dinner simple, with finger foods. And as a nice touch, hide a small gift or memento in a waterproof container, attached to a line in the water, which you can retrieve after dinner and present to your partner.
Get two cameras, and spilt up. Take pictures of places that bring back good memories of times together. Or take pictures of places that describe qualities of the other person. For example, if the person is sweet, take a picture of your local candy store. Once you've had the pictures developed, compare them over dinner, while recalling fond memories you've had together.
Go sailing. Many marinas along the coast have different kinds of sailing and motorized yachts to rent by the hour. These packages include the captain, food, entertainment, and many other extras that you may or may not want to pay for (i.e. fishing, candle-lit dinner, etc.).
Take the time to make a CD of favorite love songs. Go dancing down by the riverfront, lake, or ocean with a CD player and slow dance until the sun goes down. Watch the stars come out, and talk about your dreams for the future.
Take a long drive in the mountains or along the coast on a sunny day. Plan to stop where you can watch a colorful sunset from a majestic lookout. Bring a basket of goodies and a blanket so you can enjoy the experience.
Bring a disposable camera and ask people on the street to take your picture in front of landmarks or scenic backdrops. Don't be afraid to be silly. Find a photo booth (usually in a drug store or arcade) and take pictures together. Take two sets so you can keep one and your friend the other. After the pictures are developed, you can follow-up with another date. Plan to make treats together, and look at your pictures while the treats are cooking (or cooling).
Take a sunrise hike, and cook breakfast at the end of the trip. Plan your hike so that you begin just as the sun is rising.
Create a message inviting your spouse for a romantic getaway (cut the invitation into pieces) and send it a few pieces at a time during the week. Or you can put the pieces into balloons and cover his/her floor with the balloons. Pack both your bags, get someone to watch the kids, and go away for at least two nights.
Make a LOT of instant pudding and whipped cream and go to a park or a backyard and have a pudding fight! Then wash off with water balloons or a hose, then go swimming.
Go sightseeing or touring a city. Visit a museum or art gallery, go shopping and enjoy lunch or dinner at one of the city's popular restaurants. Perhaps you can take a walking tour of the downtown sites. Ask the chamber of commerce or visitor's bureau for things to do and places of interest.
Rent a snowmobile and ride to your favorite area. Take lunch and hot cocoa. Make sure someone knows your itinerary, or plan your trip with another couple.
My boyfriend took me to my favorite place on earth, the beach. We went to the top of a high deck that overlooked the ocean, surrounded by trees. It was breathtaking. Months later, he took me to the same spot on a cold winter night with a new moon. He brought a blanket and hot tea. We gazed at stars, their constellations, and planets that he had studied in high school. Those dates didn't cost a dime and were memorable.
Spend a Sunday evening reading a few chapters in scriptures or a few spiritual stories. Afterwards, have a spiritual discussion together. This is a way to deepen your relationship.
Have a Pajama party for just the two of you, watch movies, eat popcorn and play board games! It's a lot of fun!
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