How to spend a Budget Friendly Valentine's Day this -2019
Ive read a funny frugal ode on Valentines Day and it says Roses are red, Voilets are blue, retailers want a lot of money from you Hilarious LOL
I've read a funny frugal ode on Valentine's Day and it says " Roses are red, Voilets are blue, retailers want a lot of money from you." Hilarious LOL.
Absolutely, to mark this as it's the time where people go lavish in fancy, candlelight dinners with wine and splurge a larger- than -life bouquet of flowers to show their affection for a loved one. But for someone else's empty pocket sake, a grandoise Valentine's date can be put off till next year.
I don't think you need to play the Grinch on Valentine's day this year! Here are some romantic ideas you can do on how to spend Valentine's Day on a budget.
1. Go for a movie night
Plan it wisely, Rent your favourite movie, make or buy some movie snacks and snuggle together under a blanket in front of the T.V. Watch something romantic like The Notebook or Crazy stupid love....awww! what happens next is up to you...
2 Pack a picnic
Pack some delicious nibbles grab a blanket, it's valentines must have! and head to your favourite spot. Choose a nice park with a view or the beach, or even just your backyard. Some tealight candles in a jar are a lovely idea to get the romantic going.
3. Make it a family affair
Valentine's Day is about the ones you love so get the kids to help make a meal. Eat by candlelight as a family, then after the kids have gone to bed, have a fancy dessert for just the two of you.
4. Hide secret notes
Write out a selection of love notes and sneak them into your partner's pockets, lunch box, briefcase etc so he will find them during the course of the day. Go over the top soppy- Valentine's day is but once a year.
5. Go out for a dessert
Leave the kids with their grandparents for an hour or so after dinner, and go out to a fancy restaurant just for a dessert.It's much cheaper than a three course meal- but will be just as special.
6. Why not reapeat your first date
Did you eat fish and chips and watch the sunset on your first date? Why not recreate it? even take the kids out.. it will still be very special and they would love the hear story of how you met.
7. Run your partner a bubble bath
Run a nice hot bath with a fluffy towel and bubbles, and let your partner soak to make him feel special. Dont forget to leave his favourite book by tub. Or if it's a big bath, jump in together.
you dont need to spend a lot of money to have a romantic evening date. It only needs to be special for both you and your significant other!