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Ideas for Valentines Day 2021

Updated: Jan 12

Valentine’s Day can be stressful for all parties involved. Regardless of how long you have been together, from young love to a well-burning flame, picking the perfect date for February 14th is not easy. The Valentine’s day gift guide below will help you plan a date and pick a gift based on the stage of your relationship.   

Valentine’s Date ideas:

  1. Attend a cooking class. Learning how to make a meal will prevent a lull in the conversation and you have a meal to make for the next Valentine’s Day together.

  2. Have dessert and drinks. Avoid the serious dinner date all together and go straight for the sweet stuff.

  3. Hit a roller rink. You will have to hold hands to stay upright and you are sure to have some good laughs as you skate around.

  4. Have a favorite take-out contest. Each of you orders your favorite take-out meal and then decide whose is best. Loser buys drinks!

  5. Bundle up and look at the stars. Pack a blanket, some snacks and a bottle of wine for a low-key date that has plenty of romance.

  6. Go to a hockey game. Nothing says romance like being caught by the kiss-cam on a jumbotron.

  7. Show each other your favorite spot in the city. Visit it together and explain why it is so special to you.

  8. Go chocolate tasting. If your date has a sweet tooth, they will love you for thinking of this!

  9. Try a painting class. You can compare paintings and will have a sweet memento.

  10. Visit your local aquarium. It’s fun to get lost under the sea for a few hours

History of Valentine's Day

The first Valentine's Day was in the year 496! Having a particular Valentine's Day is a very old tradition, thought to have originated from a Roman festival. The Romans had a festival called Lupercalia in the middle of February - officially the start of their springtime.

Esther A. Howland (known as "Mother of the Valentine") began selling the first mass-produced cards in America in the 1840s and Hallmark Cards entered the scene in 1913. Today, the Greeting Card Association estimates that loved ones send approximately 145 million cards around the world every year.

Originating as a Western Christian feast day honoring one or two early saints named Valentinus, Valentine's Day is recognized on February 14, as a significant cultural, religious, and commercial celebration of romance and romantic love in many regions around the world. Feel free to post your Recipes for Valentine's Day. I'll post one 1st.

Valentine's Day Gift Ideas


  1. A Special Delivery Gift Truck Basket for Her

  2. A stuffed animal

  3. Tickets to see their favorite band

  4. A box of macarons or chocolates

  5. A bottle of sparkling champagne