If you are looking for some creative and unique Valentine’s Day Date Ideas then you’ve come to the right place! Say good-bye to cliche romantic dinners at your local steakhouse and check out these creative, cost-effective, ways to celebrate Valentine’s day.
BONUS: Since these are a little more unique than dinner and a movie, you probably won’t hit up as many crowds either *YAY*
Go Skating. Okay, so this is probably the most cliche on the list so let’s get it out of the way. People seriously forget about skating! Whether it’s roller skating, ice skating, or rollerblading, just get out there and have fun! Nothing screams romance like the cheesy music and video montage worthy cuteness.
My dress is from Free People & Sold Out, but here are a few current faves (affiliate links):
A Themed Dinner Night In. Instead of just Netflix & chilling, bring the fantasy from your TV screen into your home with either a festive meal, decking out your apartment, playing dress up, or a sexy role play.
Recreate a favorite memory. Go back to where you had your first date or your absolute favorite park where you first realized you “loved” the person. Take a little walk down memory lane to give you all the feels.
Bust Out The Bucket List. We all have those things we *dream* of doing some day. Bust out your bucket lists and look at what you guys could check off together on Valentine’s Day. Maybe renting a sports car for the day? Making the world’s largest pizza? Be in two places at once?
Choreograph a dance routine or make a music video.
Okay, so this is an old video I never thought I would post on the internet. We were prepping for a dance battle (this was not the final version) — I would suggest starting it at the 25-second mark:
Bring your favorite rom-com scenes into reality. To this day, one of my biggest wishes is to make the paintball scene from 10 Things I Hate About You a reality. I have no idea where you can do paintball like this, but I want to find it and do it!
Set up a scavenger hunt. Whether you theme it for your relationship milestones or based on romantic spots around your town, a scavenger hunt is always a good idea.
Set up a spa in the home. Schedule masseuse’s to come over. Dim the lights, get some relaxing music playing and throw some essential oils in the diffuser. Top it all off with at home face masks, a bubble bath, and a special dessert.
You can always add to this list and make your own date night jar!
What are some of your favorite creative date night ideas? Drop me a comment!
OR share your favorite valentine’s day memory!