Valentine’s Day is like the spring season for couples when their love blossoms. Amidst the expression of feelings and exchange of Valentines Day gifts, they get to know each other better that of course, do wonders to their compatibility and relationship.
But if you have just got into a new relationship, the pressure of Valentine’s Day can be a bit overwhelming. You don’t know how to acknowledge the day. Whether to plan something huge or just spend it as another big day and not to lose your calm.
So, if you are a few dates in or have been seeing each other for a few weeks, you need to approach Valentine’s Day in a subtle manner. Talk to your partner and make plans to spend the day in a manner that you both feel comfortable in.
Read on some useful tips to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your new partner.
Cook or Bake Together
The several ingredients added to food give it a flavor. Similarly, the secret ingredient of love enhances the taste of life. Cooking or baking with your partner will allow you to identify their taste in food as well as life. Certainly, a wonderful way to spend quality time together on Valentine’s Day, which will also help you test your compatibility with your partner.
They say the best conversations happen over a glass of wine. Hence, wine tasting with your new partner will make for a light and romantic Valentine’s Day date. And taking a walk around the picturesque vineyard will be a different experience that will obviously nurture your relationship more.
Bowling Can Be Fun
If you and your partner are more into fun things, then hitting up a bowling alley on Valentine’s Day will be amazing. It will save you all the time and labor to make dinner reservations at an expensive restaurant. And you know how crowded it can get on Valentine’s night. So, enjoy a fun and interactive bowling game with your partner on a memorable date and see how competitive can he/she be.
Go For Brunch
Since your relationship is new, a romantic dinner date on Valentine’s night can be a bit too much. If you do not want to spend the night with your new partner, then you can opt for brunch. With little-to-no pressure, both you and your partner can actually enjoy a meal together and have meaningful conversations to open up a bit more.
Pick a Comedy Event
Who said Valentine’s Day can only be made special with a romantic gesture? Going to a comedy event can be equally fun where the two of you can bond amidst the laughter and interact with each other consistently. Super fun time is guaranteed and you two will end up making memories that will strengthen the base of your new relationship.
Remember, it’s just one day of the year. Don’t ruin it by getting under the pressure! Loosen up a bit, have fun, and make most of Valentine’s Day by offering romantic gifts to your new partner.