Published on January 9, 2019 | Last Updated on December 1, 2021
This post has been sponsored by Papyrus-Recycled Paper Greetings. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
The first couple years of our relationship, Trent and I only did experiential gifts for Valentine’s Day. We used to always get each other a fun card with the date night description or tickets tucked inside. To be honest, Christmas JUST happened. It probably doesn’t help that our tree and decorations stay up embarrassingly long. But I digress, back to the gift giving.
Now that we’re parents, each own a business, and are busy nonstop, there’s nothing better than the gift of quality time together! Somewhere along the way, we stopped making it a point to focus on experiences with one another instead of gifts. So, I’m bringing it back this Valentine’s Day!
I chose two adorable PAPYRUS® Greeting Cards from Randall’s to give to him. I love using Papyrus cards because they are beautiful, stylish and exquisitely crafted! You can easily find these cards in the Randall’s card section. Click below to shop at your local store!
One card I wrote had a sweet message about how much I love him and how much it means to me seeing him in the new role of Piper’s dad. The other card includes a couple tickets for us to do something fun together! Since he normally reads my posts, I can’t give it away but here are a few ideas to do with your signifiant other!
Concert tickets can be a great date night idea if music is your thing, but don’t forget about sporting events and theater!
Sign up for a date night cooking class near you, and learn how to cook together. It might also inspire some date night menu ideas!
See the wildest rodeo action in the city you love with date night rodeo tickets.
Comedy shows can be found at many local theaters throughout the country.
Grab some popcorn, sit back, and enjoy date night at the movies.
Treat your love to a relaxing massage!
Sign up for a wine tasting session, at your local brewery. Who knows what interesting night this could lead to?
Art museums can be beautiful date ideas, not just for date nights but also for weekdays during the week!
Fancy dinners downtown are wonderful date night ideas, and they do not always have to be cheap!
Date nights should always include some fun date activities, like hiking playing golf, or tennis
ate nights should always include some fun date activities, and yoga date ideas can be a great way to bond with your love.
Sometimes the best date nights are at the mall, go figure! Check out stores or just people-watch instead.
Sports date nights can be a date night idea for sports lovers, or just by going to a local high school football game.
Date nights should always include some fun date activities, and date night ideas in the park are inexpensive and can be personalized to your date!
If you have kiddos, be sure to book a sitter for the night!
Are you team Valentine’s Day gift? Or would you prefer to do something fun together?! Let me know what you think in the comments below!