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 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.




Celebrate Baby's First Valentine's Day in Style!

Celebrate Baby's First Valentine's Day in Style!

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