Romantic ideas for a Valentine’s Day indoors


The getaway to beautiful places, the movies, the exotic dining experiences, the expensive gifts, the surprises, the flowers, the wine are what people plan to celebrate their loved ones this Valentine’s Day. But Covid-19 has hit our financial lives harder that many cannot afford to offer special treats to loved ones.

That’s why an indoor Valentine’s Day is a great way to say “I love you”. You know the saying, home is where the heart is. So why go anywhere else for Valentine’s Day? While others scramble for dinner reservations and book expensive getaways, relax and enjoy a romantic night‘s sleep in the comfort of your own home. Here are some creative ways to turn your home into a romantic sanctuary and celebrate your love:

Prepare a romantic dinner

Most of us have a favorite dish from our favorite restaurant – the one we always crave. Have you ever tried to recreate this dish at home? With a little research on the Internet, you can actually reproduce fine restaurant meals at home. Start your day with a romantic breakfast in bed and top it off with a cake and wine tasting with your loved one. All of this is possible if you plan the daily menus and get all the items you will need in the market the day before.

Take a nature walk

Your travel or getaway plans can come to life if you and your spouse decide to take a nature walk. This is the best time to rekindle the little things you loved when you were still together. A walk around the small hills around your area, occasional hands, trees and beautiful gardens, conversation are all perfect occasions for the two of you to reconnect. Taking a few minutes to get some fresh air outside with your sweetheart will help you both clear your head, focusing on nothing but the other without any distractions. Imagine snuggling up with your partner as you watch a beautiful sunset. It’s not only free, but it’s also a memory that will last a lifetime.


Indoor ballroom

When was the last time you and your sweetheart went out dancing? As you get older, life becomes too busy. There is simply too much to focus on in our pursuit of success, wealth, and the responsibilities associated with raising children.

Spreading the living room furniture aside to create space, listen to great music and dance the night away is all you need to make this Valentine’s Day indoors a memorable one. Experiment with traditional ballroom dance moves such as tango or salsa with youtube tutorials or just freestyle it with your favorite music.

Movie frenzy

There’s no better excuse than Valentine’s Day to snuggle up under a blanket and watch romantic movies. There are far too many choices of the most romantic movies to binge on. Or, for something more personal, you can snuggle up and watch home movies or browse old photo albums.

Another idea is to watch the movie you went to see on your first date at the cinema. You can also follow the latest series and watch 10 episodes in a row while sipping wine. It’s a romantic way to look back on the early days of your relationship and celebrate your future together.

Turn off your phone

A lot of people have become too addicted to their smartphones to make 30 minutes without a phone feel like a whole year. In fact, research shows that people have become too attached to their phones and become estranged from their spouse in real life. People usually interrupt meals or conversations by checking their texts.

Even at midnight, men and women scour Facebook or Whatsapp posts to keep up with the latest jazz or are deeply etched in a group chat about a man caught up with another man’s wife. Simply unplugging our devices can go a long way in making this day a little more special. Unplugging on Valentine’s Day will allow you and your loved one to focus on each other, without distractions.

To play games

Some relationships are too outdated and boring because they are too formal and serious for life. Maybe jokes, fun, and play are what you need to bring your relationship to life. Playing and having fun isn’t just for kids.

Research shows that games are a source of relaxation and that they develop problem-solving skills, which can help strengthen your relationship. On Valentine’s Day, dust off your favorite board games, grab a deck of cards, or play Truth or Dare with your partner.

Of course, these ideas also work for date nights at home, not just on Valentine’s Day. Keep them on hand all year round to celebrate the person you love. Saying I love you to your significant other doesn’t have to be an expensive undertaking. Don’t worry about how to make this Valentine’s Day special. Be creative and focus on the little things.


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