Fun Valentine's Day Activities You Can Do at Home
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and with the pandemic still going on, your usual fun or romantic activities may not be a good idea this year. Depending on where you live, there might also still be some restrictions in place. Needless to say, you probably have to say goodbye to your plans of having a romantic dinner in a classic restaurant, watching a movie, or attending a party with your friends.
However, does that mean you’ll have to sleep Valentine’s Day away? Not at all! Here are some exciting things to do at home on the most romantic day of the year:
1. Start with a Surprise Breakfast in Bed
Show your culinary skills and impress your loved one with a festive breakfast in bed. If serving food is something you do once in a while, make it more memorable with balloons, roses, and all sorts of heart-shaped treats!
2.Don Matching Outfits
If you’re going to stay in the house all day, you might as well look your best or your silliest! You can wear your fanciest dress or suit up for a formal dinner at home. You can also put on various costumes or those fun and comfy unicorn jumpsuits that come in different colors.
3. Make Game Night a Big Event
If you plan on celebrating Valentine’s with the family, make sure nobody will be bored by preparing an extra special game night. You can choose random online games to play online, or if you want to get some rest from your gadgets, how about doing a board game tournament? Don’t forget to prepare a prize for the event’s big winner.
4. Build a Photo Booth
You may not be able to have a party, but you can at least pretend to have one and have fun pictures to prove it! Make a Valentine-themed photo booth and some props and wigs that you and your loved ones can use. Take turns getting fun pictures and give an award to the wackiest photo! You may also show your big heart and install your photo booth outside where your neighbors can also take pictures!
5 Have a Baking Contest
Whether you’re a family of bakers or a bunch of clueless people in the kitchen, a baking contest will surely be a fun idea for Valentine’s Day. Choose a cake or cupcake recipe that you all will do, and whoever makes the most delicious one gets a reward, which could be anything, except a cupcake, of course!
6. Check Out Weird but Awesome Websites
This might be best done if you’re on your own on Valentine’s Day. Instead of sulking all day, make the most of the Internet and get lost in the world of funny or weird websites, or play some games.
You can even spend the day pulling on Marty’s Elastic Face on one of the websites you can find on Bored a Lot. Really, there are a lot of things that you can do at home on Valentine’s Day; you just have to think outside of the box!
Valentine’s may not be the same romantic day you used to know, but it doesn’t have to be any less special. You just have to be a little more creative this year. Whether you decide on having a romantic day with your partner or a fun-filled one with your family, there are always ways to fight boredom and slay Valentine’s Day!
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