Thursday, February 6, 2014

Creative & Affordable Valentine’s Day Ideas For All Relationships

Valentine's Day Date Ideas

As Valentine's Day approaches, it can be tough to find a special gesture to tell the one you love how much they mean to you. Showing love doesn't always mean spending money, however. Brilliance Jewelry's COO, Jonathan Ohayon, shares creative ideas that can make your special day memorable, and be easy on your wallet.
 

Stay home and make dinner together. Whether you whip up something simple like a homemade pizza or spend hours concocting an extravagant three-course meal, cook and enjoy the dinner together. After all, enjoying each other’s company is what Valentine’s Day is meant for. It saves money rather than eating out at a restaurant, and you’ll be able to have intimate quality time bonding with each other.
 
Exchange homemade gifts. Homemade doesn't have to be lame. You can make anything from homemade beer and desserts, to ceramics, blankets, scrapbooks and more. Sew a scarf out of his favorite basketball team’s colors. Print out photos from your early years and make a picture collage for her. Don’t assume a homemade gift isn't worth the time, for you’ll find it will be the most appreciated and thoughtful gift you give your significant other.
 
Write your sweetheart a letter. Remind them of all the quirks you love about them. Not only women are charmed by love notes. Even the studliest and most masculine of men will get mushy over an old-fashioned love letter written from the soul.
 
Send them on a scavenger hunt. You can keep it low budget by staying in the house and writing your own cute clues on Post-it notes, or make it a larger-scale event and send your love rushing around the city on big, eccentric activities.
 
Drop valentines all day long. Leave notes in his briefcase or heart-shaped chocolates in her car. Little complimentary love notes taped to the bathroom mirror will start his day off perfectly. Keep it PG-13 if you are going to remind him how much you love them while he is at work, or he may get a little flustered in public! Your partner will be sure to race home to be with you after reading those sexy and sweet love letters all day.
 
Repeat a date that was special to you. If you've been together for a long time, recreate that special night he proposed, or the moment you realized you were falling in love and take them to that special place. Get reservations at the same restaurant, rent the same movie and try to rekindle that initial puppy love and raw infatuation.
 
New Relationship: Have a picnic. Take a walk to the park with a wicker basket of delicious food and wine and a comfy blanket. If it is too cold outside, you can set a blanket on the floor and have an intimate picnic dinner with her favorite tunes playing in the background. This meal will be inexpensive, the environment will be very relaxed, and you can make the mood as romantic as you desire.
 
New Relationship: Do something active. Go bowling, roller-skating, ice-skating, or stay in and play board games. The more active you are, physically and mentally, the less uncomfortable the date will be. Plan an active date ahead of time to remove any stress or fear of awkwardness. 


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Brilliance is known for its conflict-free diamonds and beautiful, luxury, and eco-friendly jewelry that can be given for all occasions, whether its for a proposal, a wedding exchange, or to show your significant other how much you love them, you can find the perfect piece just for the occasion! And, if you’d like to design your own special luxury gift, Brilliance effortlessly walks you through the process of creating jewelry your loved-one will be proud to share with the world.

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