Valentine’s Day 2021 may not include dinner reservations at a fancy restaurant, but look on the bright side: as long as you’re with the one you love, it doesn’t matter where you spend your special day. You can still have a great time at home. Here are a few ideas:
Book A Massage
Get a couple’s massage in the comfort of your home with an in-home massage through nashvillemassagecompany.com. With same-day scheduling (depending on availability) and time slots as late as 9 p.m., you can enjoy a relaxing spa experience after the kids hit the sack. Or, treat your date to a massage at A Moment’s Peace Spa!
Cook A Fancy Meal
With a bit of advance planning, you can have a full meal delivered to your doorstep through Hello Fresh or Blue Apron. Work together to prepare a fancy meal using the fresh ingredients minus any trips to the grocery store ... or just order Ubereats.
Try A New Wine
If you both enjoy a great bottle of wine, spend Valentine’s Day sipping on something new. Who knows? You may find your new favorite.
Plan A Valentine’s Scavenger Hunt
Hide sentimental mementos from your favorite love-filled family memories around the house, then write up clues on where to find them and what they remind you of. It’s a fun game for the kids to get in on too, if you want.
Watch A Virtual Concert
Many performing artists are opting in for livestreamed Valentine’s concerts. Check out Josh Groban ($32). There’s also the rock band Air Supply streaming “Love Letters” in a live concert on the day of love ($30.50). Plenty of other virtual Valentine’s Concerts are sure to pop up, too. Grab that nice, new wine and beam’em up.