Ways to Make Valentine’s Day All About the Two of You 

| Posted by Kelly for Sutter Home

Ways to Make Valentine’s Day All About the Two of You 

Love is a beautiful thing —something worth celebrating every day of the year and especially on Valentine’s Day. After countless years together, growing families and changing careers, sometimes that spark we love to celebrate gets a little lost in the shuffle. This year, keep the flames burning bright with a Valentine’s Day meant just for the two of you. Leave behind the stress of work and the every day in favor or reigniting the romance with some much needed one-on-one time. Not sure where to start? We’ve put together a few fun yet thoughtful ways you can share the love with your other half this holiday. 

Make a Thoughtful Gesture

You don’t have to break the bank with a five-star dinner or diamond jewelry. Instead, think of something personal and special that relates to just the two of you. Maybe it’s a poem that describes your first date. Or perhaps it’s an offer to do your significant other’s least favorite chore. It could even be something as sentimental as framing a love letter. Whatever it is, remember the best gifts come from the heart. 

Try Something Totally New 

There’s nothing like the excitement and anticipation of newness to reignite love’s flame. Whether it’s something as adventurous as parachuting or something as simple as trying a new varietal of Sutter Home wine, sharing a new experience will bring you closer together. 

Do Something Unexpected 

Valentine’s Day celebrations often revolve around dinner—but they don’t have to. You could plan a breakfast in bed, take a romantic hike through the woods or get tickets to a play. It doesn’t matter if your plans aren’t V-Day themed; what matters is that you spend time together doing something you both enjoy. 

If you like this, then check out our free printable Valentine’s Day cards: http://www.sutterhome.com/wine-and-life-blog/holidays/diy-printable-vale...

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