Last Updated: 18/01/2016
Tags: Valentines At Home
This year Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday, and if you are planning a romantic night in we have a few tips on how to prepare your home this Valentines’. There are plenty of ways in which you can make your home the perfect alternative to that romantic break away.
First of all spruce up your living quarters, chose which room or rooms you are going to use and splash out on some Valentine touches. By using pink and red accents you can really make a home feel romantic, you can even cut out your own hearts and place on hearths and furniture around your home.
If you want to brighten up your home with flowers, chose flowers which are not normally associated with love such as daisies with their bright interiors, Primrose flowers and Sweet Violets – check out your local florists to see what they have available.
Light some candles and place around your room. Add romantic scents to your home by burning incense ticks of sandalwood and rose.
If you have a log burning stove why not set up a romantic dinner for two on a rug in front of the fire, you can chose all of your favourite drinks, food and nibbles for the evening. You could even choose some romantic poetry to read out to one another or play a romantic game such as romantic heart which comes complete with 100 scrolls and tweezers with questions such as ‘ name the things that you find beautiful or pleasing about your partner,’ priced at £12.99 https://www.gettingpersonal.co.uk/romantic-presents/romantic-gifts.htm
If you are looking at buying some personalised presents to offer this Valentines, then why not check out the site www.gettingpersonal.co.uk it’s packed full of romantic gift ideas from a personalised message in a bottle to a personalised postcode jigsaw puzzle, we first met here, for more information please visit their website.