Forgot a special occasion or just want to celebrate at the last minute? You don't need to break the bank to throw a date night at home, regardless of the occasion – whether it's Valentine's Day, your spouse's birthday, or just because.
Additionally, there are several methods to DIY a date night on short notice, and for little to nothing, just in case you forgot to arrange something. Here are seven simple ways to spoil you and your significant other on a date night at home.
Walk Down Memory Lane
While going back to the place of your first date could be challenging, you can replicate the atmosphere. Make a great bolognese and serve it with a romantic red wine if you go to a fancy restaurant. Did you consume alcohol in a dive bar?
Grab some beers from the refrigerator, put up some Christmas lights, and turn off the overhead lighting. You don't have to recreate the uncomfortable "so, what do you do?" small chat from your first date. Please don't! But looking back on old memories might be entertaining to observe how you've changed or whether your preferences have remained the same.
Have A Dance
Take a few seconds, and start your playlist of preferred nostalgic songs. With the aid of your portable speaker, you can turn your living room into a high school gym. Just remember to avoid awkwardly sitting in the corner for the cute guy to ask you to dance.
Order a bouquet, take out your black-tie attire from storage, and rehearse your best prom posture if you feel extra motivated (you know the one). A cleverly draped sheet and the ring light you purchased for your home office may be used as a temporary picture setup.
Watch Your Favorite Movies Together
By Now, you know each other's favorite film franchises and series. Why not watch them together? Even if you don't like Star Wars, but your partner does, isn't that what makes your dynamic special?
You can each take turns putting on your favorite movies and snuggling up on the couch. Maybe even put on some romantic film? My favorite is "The Lady and The Tramp."