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Valentines Day Ideas
(for Ages 19-21)

Collect old magazines and cut out pictures that bring back memories of times you've shared together. Compile them in a scrapbook, and nurture the desire to spend time developing future memories.

Deliver a valentines gift to your friend's house, then take your valentine to another couple's house for dessert (make arrangements beforehand).

Rent a boat or borrow one from a friend and cruise the lake or ocean and then have a candle light dinner.

Go to your local Party Store and rent a helium tank good for around 75 balloons. Buy at least 8 dozen balloons. Go home and blow them up in the bedroom. Donít forget to leave at least 2-3 dozen (without helium) for the floor and bed. Set up some candles and fresh flowers for the room. Then get your favorite board game and set it up on the bed. And cut up some fresh fruit to snack on.

Take a picnic lunch and go to a lake to feed the ducks.

Plan a weekend trip somewhere close, even if it's only an hour or two away. Call ahead to the hotel and have your dinner waiting in the room, along with flowers and dessert.

If the weather is unpleasant, set up a picnic in the living room. Plan an elegant meal, complete with good plates, fine linens, silverware, and a nice blanket. Add candles and music to enhance the mood. Don't be afraid to try a new recipe.

Stay home and cook your favorite meal together for a quiet dinner at home.

Blindfold your date from the very beginning. Put her in the car and when you get to the restaurant, help her sit down. Have a nice romantic candlelight dinner waiting for her along with some roses with personal note.

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.

Have a backwards dinner (start with dessert, then a main course, then salad, then soup, and finish with an appetizer).

Take your partner out for a day at the spa. Give each other his and her robes. Treat each other to couples massages. Also make sure you don't forget to make a visit to the steam room and the jacuzzi.

Organize a candlelight breakfast. Either buy the ingredients of your partner's favorite breakfast or order take out from a local restaurant.

Make a sweetheart tree for your girl. Use popcorn and gum drops.

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.


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