By Laurel Barnet

Do you know how hard it is to come up with creative ideas for a Valentine date? Are you tired of doing the same thing over and over? A Valentine’s date does not have to be expensive to be special. It just takes a little creativity and planning to create a memorable event. Read on to discover 5 date ideas for Valentine’s Day that you can do at home.

1. Play Twister

Do you remember how much fun the game Twister was. It can be a great way to spend time laughing, touching, and feeling like a kid again.

2. Dress up and stay home

Get take out or prepare a simple meal. Get dressed up, set a romantic table and enjoy a quite dinner with your sweetheart. After dinner, enjoy slow dancing in your partner’s arms.

3. Write your own romance book

Spend the evening writing your love story. Reminisce about how you met and fell in love. You can then take it to your local printer and have your book bound as a great keepsake. Not only is this a romantic way to spend an evening, it is a something to pass down to future generations.

4. Play a romance game

There are several tasteful romantic games out there. Sometimes you can find them in the lingerie section of a department store. Also, look online for other suggestions.

5. The take out and make out date

Drop off the kids at the baby-sitter’s house. Then get take out, go home and enjoy making out without any interruptions. This can remind you of what your relationship was like before the children came along.

A day of romance

Valentine’s Day is a day of romance. But remember that romance does not stop on February 14th. Having a regular date night is a great way to keep in touch with your mate and keep the loving feelings flowing in your relationship.

If you are ready for more ideas for your date nights, then I invite you to get our e-book, “Cool Dates and Hot Night: 125 Romantic Ideas for Dating Your Mate” at

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Good luck with building your dream marriage- Laurel Barnet

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