Valentine’s Day is a couple of weeks away and many couples have waved the white flag with regards to creating a fun and unique Valentine’s Day experience, but all is not lost! Money may be tight but that doesn’t have to hinder your Valentine’s night. Staying in this year can prove to be more romantic and interesting than a party or a fancy dinner. To pull it off, there are a few things you’ll need to purchase to make things more interesting. No worries though, you can plan this Valentine’s extravaganza for under $40.
First things first, you’ll need to set your stage. You can go the traditional route and load up on a few candles and rose petals, or you can campout in your living room by making a cushiony and inviting “camp” site of sorts on the floor. All you’ll need are some pillows and a comfortable blanket covered with a satin sheet (preferably black or red in color). The lighting of your set is imperative. So if your house doesn’t have lights that dim than candles are an easy and inexpensive way to set the mood.
Stop by Barnes and Nobles and pick the Fantasy Sex Deck if you’re adventurous enough! Or swing by Albertson’s and get some fresh fruit (strawberries, pears and pineapple work well) and chocolate chips. When you get home get a scarf or tie from the closet, melt the chocolate chips and cut up the fruit. Blindfold your sweetie and feed them the chocolate dipped delights, slowly.
No time to grab fruit and melt chocolate? No problem. Harriet’s Cheesecake Unlimited offers up a wide variety of some of the best cheesecake LA has to offer. Grab one of the cakes and make your way back to your hunny. Of course the same romantic setting applies and you’ll discover that by spending $17 at Albertson’s for fruit and chocolate chips or $24 at Harriet’s for a delectable cheesecake and between $5-$10 on candles, if applicable, you’ll have unleashed a romantic and individual Valentine’s Day experience that is sure to end in passion!