8 Tips for Planning Your First Valentine’s Day with Your Same-Sex Partner

New Relationship | February 12, 2019

Valentines day with same sex partner

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and couples are planning their romantic evenings. This can be a stressful experience, especially if you’ve never done it before. Here are eight tips for planning your first Valentine’s Day:

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  1. Make reservations far in advance

Valentine’s Day is one of the busiest days of the year for restaurants and other events. If you plan on taking your partner to an upscale restaurant or a fun activity, be sure to reserve a table or book your activity far in advance to avoid last-minute disappointment.

  1. Build the suspense

This is your first Valentine’s Day together, after all, so it doesn’t hurt to build the suspense in the days and hours leading up to whatever you have scheduled. From daytime texts to short phone calls or messages, building suspense will make your partner more excited and let them know that he or she is on your mind.

  1. Start with a surprise

Whether it’s a special gift, a dinner at their favourite restaurant, or a spontaneous weekend getaway, adding the element of surprise to your Valentine’s Day can be a great start to an exciting adventure. For a bit of added fun, leave little clues or hints to build suspense before the big reveal.

  1. Plan something fun and unique

You know your partner better than anyone else, so it is important to think about what he or she may enjoy on Valentine’s Day. Celebrations don’t necessarily have to be romantic; if your partner loves laser tag or the aquarium, these can make for unique, memorable Valentine’s Day celebrations.

  1. Treat yourselves

Valentine’s Day is an opportunity to pamper your partner and yourself. While it is important to be responsible and stick within the confines of your budget, don’t let the money side of things stop you from having a fun, romantic day together. This day is about celebrating your love, and money shouldn’t stop you from doing that. For budget ideas, consider planning a picnic, exploring a new neighbourhood in your area, or tasting appetizers and drinks at a couple of different restaurants throughout the day.

  1. Set the mood

Valentine’s Day is one of the most romantic days of the year, and it requires a romantic atmosphere. From candles and mood lighting to sensual music and flowers, there are plenty of ways you can set a romantic scene.

  1. Show how much you love them

The annual tradition of Valentine’s Day honours Saint Valentine, who is said to have married couples in secret against the orders of the Roman emperor. With that in mind, take every opportunity to show your partner how much you love him or her. It is the perfect day for grand and small gestures, and your partner will appreciate the effort you put into the experience.

  1. Celebrate your love

Although Valentine’s Day is a day of romance, there’s no reason you can’t continue to celebrate your love after the day has come and gone. Think of the day as a reminder to love each other whenever an opportunity presents itself. From the smallest gestures like helping with chores to grand gestures and spontaneous dates, find ways to add a hint of Valentine’s Day to more days throughout the year.

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