Valentines Day Ideas
(for Ages Under 16)
Deliver a valentines gift to your friend's house, then take your valentine to another couple's house for dessert (make arrangements beforehand).
Go to the local all-in-one store such as Wal-Mart or Meijer. Each go down a different aisle of the card section. Pick out the most romantic card that you can find. Give the cards to each other, and put them back on the shelf. Then pick the funniest, unusual, colorful, corny, etc.
Take a picnic lunch and go to a lake to feed the ducks.
Go dancing down by the riverfront, lake, or ocean with a small radio and dance until the sun goes down.
Prepare three envelopes (each with a different date). Your date first chooses one of the three envelopes. She can opt to accept that date, or trade it in for one of the remaining two envelopes, which could be more or less desirable. Be prepared to go out immediately.
Make a sign out of butcher paper with your original valentine message. Display it on his/her front lawn.
Attend a concert in a smaller, more intimate setting. You can watch a show by a performer who has been around for a long time. They have staying power primarily because they are entertaining.
Make a recording of all the loves songs you both like and play it while relaxing in front of a glowing fire (or while driving in the countryside).
Have a backwards dinner (start with dessert, then a main course, then salad, then soup, and finish with an appetizer).
Make a sweetheart tree for your girl. Use popcorn and gum drops.
Fix a lunch with only Pink/Red for Valentine's Day, green foods (natural or dyed) for St. Patrick's Day (or or Orange/Brown for fall, or white for winter, etc.).
Select a dinner from the cookbook you have never tried. Shop for the ingredients and prepare dinner together. To add ambience, choose a type of cuisine and add decorations or dress to enhance the atmosphere.
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