67 Valentine’s Day Ideas

Valentine’s Day is all about love and romance. Many couples scramble to find that perfect gift or romantic gesture that says, “I love you,” in the best way possible. Unfortunately, no matter how well couples no one another, choosing the right Valentine’s Day gift or gesture is often a struggle. Fortunately, the ideas below can take the guess work out of the equation, which allows you to focus solely on the romance.

Valentine’s Day Ideas for Her

Men often feel that it is difficult to select the perfect gift for a woman, particularly one that is romantic. Men are often practical by nature which leaves them reaching for the traditional box of chocolates and roses for Valentine’s Day. Fortunately, the ideas below will help you step out of the realm of traditionalism to present her with an unforgettably romantic gift.

1. Let the Creative Juices Flow

If you are musically inclined, consider writing your special lady a song and be sure to dedicate it to her. Strum along on your guitar while you sing for an added effect. If you are not musically inclined, you can still put your creative juices to work by writing her a romantic poem.

2. Make a Video

Gather a selection of your favorite photos of her or the both of you together during your time together and create a memorable video. Make sure the video highlights what you find so special about her and about your relationship together.

3. Make Her a Coupon Book

Create a coupon book that offers to relieve her of a chore that she hates to do for a week. Consider also adding coupons for a backrub, candlelight bath, or a night out. She will love the thoughtfulness behind the gift and the fact that you appreciate her enough to give her a much needed break.

4. Recreate Memories

Show her how much you care by recreating some favorite memories. For instance, you could always try to recreate your first date together. Not only will she appreciate the effort, she will also appreciate that you remember such important details of your time together.

5. Flowers with a Twist

Roses are the common go-to flower for Valentine’s Day, so instead of roses, try getting her a flower that is more meaningful. If you are married, opt for a bouquet of flowers using the same selections she used in her bridal bouquet. If you are not married, opt for flowers that represent the month she was born or the month you started dating.

6. Create a Day of Unforgettable Surprises

Enlist the help of friends and family to create a memorable day full of surprises for her. For instance, if the two of you have children, you can enlist the help of a family member to watch the kids while you take her out and about for a day of romance and fun.

Valentine’s Day Ideas for Him

It is often just as hard for women to find a romantic gift for their special guy. Men do not seek boxes of chocolates, flowers, and snuggly stuffed animals. Considering that most Valentine’s Day gifts are geared toward women, it makes the trick of finding gifts for men that much more difficult. Fortunately, the ideas below can help any woman with romantic ideas that are perfect for him.

7. Customized Kits

Customized kits make great gifts because you can ensure that the selection suits your man perfectly. For instance, if he enjoys a clean shaven look, you can purchase him a customized shaving kit. If he enjoys fishing and being out in the wilderness, you can buy him a custom tackle or nature kit complete with essential gear.

8. Plan a Guy’s Night

This will require you working together with his male friends, but sometimes guys enjoy having a guy’s night out. Talk to his friends and plan a guy’s night out for all of them. He will love that you appreciate his need for independence from time-to-time.

9. Take Him to an Event

If your man loves sports, surprise him with tickets to a sporting event featuring his favorite team. If he’s into music, purchase tickets to a concert featuring a band that he really loves. Surprising him with tickets to an event is something that the two of you can enjoy together.

10. Consider His Interests

Sometimes the things he enjoys most can help you come up with plenty of gift giving ideas. For instance, if he’s into retro, consider purchasing him retro gaming system or some vintage Converse shoes. If he’s into technology, consider purchasing him a portable music player complete with his favorite list of tunes added onto it.

11. Indulge His Comfort

Buying him a comfy pair of sweats and some house shoes or moccasins can go a long way. Encourage him to spend the day relaxing and lounging about while the two of you enjoy movies together. After working long and hard throughout the week, he would appreciate the much needed break.

12. Plan a Romantic Night In

Guys may not be as hip on the idea of a romantic dinner and a movie idea, but that doesn’t mean you can’t plan a romantic night in for Valentine’s Day. Purchase a bottle of wine or a 6-pack of his favorite beer, rent a video game that he’s been wanting to play and consider staying in and enjoying a drink or two while you guys play games together. He will appreciate your interest and effort.

Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas

There are plenty of gifts that you can purchase for Valentine’s Day for someone special that go beyond the traditional chocolates and flowers. In fact, some gift ideas are perfect for couples, family members, friends, and co-workers. The list below has some of the most highly recommended gift ideas available for the upcoming Valentine’s holiday.

13. Liroyal Couple Keychain Keyring

The Liroyal Couple Keychain Keyring says, “I love you,” in a very special way. The keychain is actually two keychains in one. One of the keychains is a heart whereas the other is a key. The key interlocks with the heart, but they can also be separate for use on two different keychains. You and your sweetheart can each carry one with you to show that he or she has the “key to your heart.”

14. Knock Knock What I Love About You Fill in the Love Journal

The Knock Knock What I love About Your Fill in the Love Journal is the perfect way to personalize a Valentine’s Day gift that tells your special someone how much you love them. The hardcover book features 112 pages with fill-in-the-blank lines. You can fill in those lines to express your love adequately and in a way that is best suited for you and your significant other.

15. Vermont Teddy Bear

If your special someone is into the snuggly softness of stuffed animals, the Vermont Teddy Bear would make the perfect selection for Valentine’s Day. The 4-foot tall stuffed brown bear is plush and loveable. If your loved one is also environmentally conscious, he or she will love the fact that the bear is stuffed with 100% recycled stuffing material.

16. Me Without You

The Me Without You book is available as either a Kindle edition or a hardcover. The book, which was created by cartoonists Lisa Swerling and Ralph Lazar, features adorable illustrations of how incomplete life would be like without two people. For instance, living a life alone would be like a “foot without shoe” or like “sky without blue.” It’s an adorable way to say, “I love you.”

17. 20-Slot Leather Watchbox/Jewelry Box

It is common for men to give women jewelry for Valentine’s Day just as it is common for women to purchase a watch for a man. Thankfully, you can both do something different for each other this Valentine’s Day by purchasing each other the 20-Slot Leather Watchbox/Jewelry Box. The box is great for both men and women as it holds either his or her watches as well as rings, earrings, and other jewelry that she often wears.

18. Custom Engraved Wallet Insert

Nothing says, “I love you,” like a personalized gift that is straight from the heart, like the Custom Engraved Wallet Insert. The metal wallet card allows you to personalize it with a special message that your loved one can carry around every single day in their wallet as a reminder of your love. The great things about this Valentine’s Day gift is that it can be given to anyone.

Romantic Valentine’s Day Ideas

Romantic Valentine’s Day Ideas do not have to break the bank. You can come up with plenty of romantic ideas that the two of you can enjoy together that are either cheap or free. The only thing you need to have is the opportunity to plan, some creativity, and help from the list of ideas below.

19. A Romantic Indoor Picnic

A picnic is always one of the most romantic settings you can create between you and a loved one. Unfortunately, February does not provide the right kind of temperature to host an outdoor picnic. Luckily, an indoor picnic can work just as well, and might even prove more romantic. Grab a bottle of wine, some fruit, assorted cheese, crackers, and spread a blanket out on your floor surrounded by candlelight.

20. Blind Bag Drawing

The idea behind this fun Valentine’s Day activity is for you and your significant other to write things down on scraps of paper such as different kisses. For instance, a passionate kiss or a kiss on the hand. You can even write down ideas like a slow dance or a bubble bath for two. Fold your scraps of paper and place them in a bag. The two of you can then take turns reaching blindly into the bag and fulfilling what is written on each scrap of paper.

21. Scavenger Hunt

Plan a day of activities such as at your favorite restaurant or to perhaps go skating in the park. Turn the activities into a scavenger hunt in which your significant other must follow clues to figure out where you are going and what it is you plan to do for the day. For example, you can say, “The place where we went on our first date” to guide your loved one to a restaurant or other venue.

22. Follow the Trail

Nothing is more romantic than leaving a trail of goodies that lead straight to a relaxing and romantic candlelight bubble bath. If your significant other must work on Valentine’s Day, try leaving a trail of flower petals or candies that lead straight to the already warm and waiting tub of water and bubbles complete with you in it if you wish.

23. Plan a Surprise Weekend

If you can, take some vacation time the weekend near Valentine’s Day or even on Valentine’s Day if it happens to fall on a weekend. Plan a weekend long vacation for just the two of you. There are plenty of affordable accommodations and package deals that can help you save money while allowing the two of you to enjoy a romantic getaway.

24. Count the Ways of Love

How much do you love your significant other? It is time to count the ways. Leave post it notes marked with numbers highlighting all the reasons you love your special someone. Place the post it notes in different locations such as on their lunch inside the fridge or on the steering wheel of their vehicle. They will love finding all the different reminders throughout the day.

25. Save the Texts

Perhaps you and your significant other share cute texts throughout the day. Print out a screenshot of some of your favorite shared texts messages together and present the printout to him or her. It will remind your significant other that you care about and often think about the memories the two of you have managed to create together.

26. Try Something New and Exciting

Perhaps the two of you have talked about trying new and exciting things together but you have never had the chance. Valentine’s Day is the perfect day to do just that. Perhaps the two of you can go bungee jumping together or you can both learn to dance together by taking a tango or salsa dancing class. Another fun idea is to attend a wine tasting or cooking class together, especially if it is something you have never done before.

Valentine’s Dinner Ideas

Creating a Valentine’s Day dinner can seem like a bit of a hassle. If you already do the menu planning, how do you go about creating a meal that is romantic? Fortunately, there are plenty of romantic dinner ideas that can help you along the way. Keep in mind that an intimate meal for two doesn’t mean you must pull out all the stops and purchase the most expensive foods around.

27. Roasted Fish

Fish is rather simple to make and you can often find it for a great price. Roasted fish can create an elegant and romantic dinner setting, particularly if you add a bottle of wine and perhaps some other romantic touches, such as olives. It is said that both black and green olives serve as a natural aphrodisiac so they can definitely add to the romance of the situation.’

28. Chicken and Potatoes

Although chicken and potatoes may not sound very romantic, try sprucing it up with herb roasted chicken and potatoes for a dish that is savory and romantic. Eat your meal accompanied by candlelight, romantic music, and a glass of wine or champagne. The tender juiciness of the chicken will have you both feeling satisfied and since the meal is so simple to make, you’ll have plenty of time left for romance.

29. Grilled Steak

Nothing beats a juicy grilled steak on a romantic holiday like Valentine’s Day. You can even add to the romance by featuring green beans on the side and use the green beans to spell out “I love you,” on your significant other’s plate. Again, don’t forget the wine or champagne to go along with your deliciously cooked steak.

30. Lasagna

The Italians are often hailed as big fans of romance, so why not create an Italian lasagna dish that is as romantic as it is delicious. As an added challenge, use ingredients that create a dish that is just red and white to accentuate the Valentine’s Day feel. For instance, use red sauce and a white cheese like mozzarella or ricotta.

31. Spaghetti and Meatballs

Do not overestimate the romance behind a helping of spaghetti and meatballs. Although this dish is simple, you can highlight the romance of it by dining off the same plate and recreating a scene that is like something out of Lady and the Tramp. Don’t forget the romantic Italian music in the background or the candlelight setting.

32. Herbed Pork Tenderloin

Fortunately, pork tenderloin is not an expensive cut of meat, which means you can purchase it at a rather affordable price. It is also not hard to make so it will not eat up much of your time or stress you out in the kitchen. You can make the dish seem fancy and romantic by dressing it up with plenty of herbs and spices, too, like bay leaves, peppercorn, and cloves.

33. Lobster Bisque

Seafood offers incredible romance, so why not create something that is both romantic and simple to make, like a lobster bisque? Although lobster is a bit more on the pricey side, if you are just cooking for two, you can keep your costs rather low. The warmth of the bisque works perfectly against the chill of the February cold, too.

34. Pork Roast with Herbs and Fruit

Pork roast is again the highlight of romance, particularly when paired with herbs and fruit. Herbs add a savory delight to any pork dish whereas fruit adds a hint of romance, particularly if you add in fruits like grapes. If you add grapes into the mix, try feeding them to one another as you dine like gods and goddesses on your delectable Valentine’s Day cuisine.

Valentine’s Breakfast Ideas

Why not start your Valentine’s Day off right with a specially created breakfast that shows your significant other just how much you love him or her? Of course, breakfast in bed is always a great idea, but creating the perfect breakfast will require some thought and some help from the ideas listed below.

35. Stuffed French Toast with Fruit

Nothing says romance like French toast stuffed with Nutella and strawberries topped with a sprinkling of powdered sugar. If you are going to serve up the ultimate Valentine’s Day breakfast feast in bed, it is best to go all out with a sweet and delicious breakfast like this one.

36. Bacon and Eggs

Bacon and eggs is simple enough so to make it more romantic, try creating heart shaped bacon and eggs. Fold the pieces of bacon into heart shapes, place them on a baking rack and serve them up on a plate complete with heart shaped eggs. You can make heart shaped eggs using a heart shaped ramekin purchased from your local store.

37. Heart-Shaped Doughnuts

Sometimes offers up a Valentine’s Day breakfast doesn’t have to be complicated. You could always head out to your local store, pick up a box of heart-shaped doughnuts and enjoy splurging in bed on the goodies complete with a tall glass of milk.

38. Pancake Kabobs

Make pancakes as you would by following the instructions. Use a circular cookie cutter to create bite sized pieces out of the pancakes. Using a kabob skewer, stack your bite sized pieces of pancakes along with whipped cream and fresh fruit, like strawberries, to create a romantic, easy-to-eat breakfast.

39. Fruit Smoothies

Fruit smoothies can serve as an easy and perfect Valentine’s Day breakfast. Try using fruits that will create either a pink or red colored smoothie, like strawberries, for a Valentine’s Day feel. You and your significant other can sip on fresh fruit smoothies while relaxing in bed together as a way of starting your day off right.

40. Crepes

Crepes are a delicate breakfast that can show off the romanticism of Valentine’s Day if done right. For instance, try making red velvet crepes to give them a nice pink tint. Fill them with cream and top them with a delicious chocolate drizzle and a sprinkling of powdered sugar for a deliciously sweet start to your Valentine’s Day.

41. Fruit Tray

If you are not in the mood to go all out and cook on Valentine’s Day, you don’t have to. There are other ways to create a romantic breakfast without slaving over a stove. Create a fruit try of epic proportions complete with marshmallow fluff, a fruit cream cheese spread, melted chocolate, and caramel. Place kiwi, apples, strawberries, and other delectable fruits on the tray that you both can enjoy.

42. Heart-Shaped Cinnamon Rolls

Cinnamon rolls are a great go-to breakfast idea for any day of the week. Fortunately, you can kick it up a notch on Valentine’s Day by creating heart-shaped cinnamon rolls. Another idea is to tint the icing pink or red using a red food coloring. Drizzle the icing over your freshly baked cinnamon rolls and present them to your sweetheart complete with a glass of milk or freshly squeezed juice.

Valentine’s Day Ideas for Kids

Although Valentine’s Day is often touted as a day for couples, many children enjoy involvement on the holiday. Schools often host Valentine’s Day parties in which children exchange notes, cards, and snacks. Children also enjoy making crafts that they can give to their parents for the special day to show how much they love and care about them. The ideas below are the perfect way to present kids with Valentine’s Day ideas.

43. A V-Day Family Day

Sometimes it isn’t always possible to send the kids off to the babysitter or to a relative, even for a holiday like Valentine’s Day. That doesn’t mean that kids can’t somehow be involved in the day. Spend the day together as a family by cozying up on the couch together complete with hot chocolate, pillows, blankets, popcorn, and some movies like A Charlie Brown Valentine.

44. Decorate for the Day

Ask your kids to help you decorate the house using a Valentine’s Day theme. For instance, you can make banners out of colorful hearts using construction paper to hang around the house. They can also fill jars with red and white wrapped candies, like Hershey’s Kisses.

45. Holiday Cookies

Enlist the help of your children baking and decorating Valentine’s Day cookies. Bake heart-shaped sugar cookies and let your children go to town with sprinkles, icing and more. They will love spending time with you just as much as they will enjoy making sweet treats for such a special and loving day.

46. Homemade Cards

If your children have been asked to bring in Valentine’s to exchange with the whole class, you can always opt to go to the store and buy generic ones. However, it is much more fun to buy construction paper, glitter, scissors, glue, felt, and other craft materials to allow your kids to make their own. They can personalize the homemade cards to give out to their classmates so they will be unlike any others.

47. The “I Love You” Game

The game is easy and involves the entire family. Have everyone sit around the table and each person takes turns listing off the reasons why they love each person sitting at the table. This is a great way to involve kids in the Valentine’s Day spirit. It is also a great way for each person to understand how special they are and how much they mean to one another.

48. Valentine Treat Cards

Another option is to have kids create Valentine cards that combine the special sweetness of a treat. To do this, you make sure you have enough small lollipops, like DumDums, and hand your children pink and red construction paper. Trace hearts on the construction paper. The key is to cut the hearts so they form a flower compromised of four hearts. Punch a small hole in the center of the flower and place the lollipop in the center. Have your children write a nice Valentine’s message on the heart-shaped leaves.

49. Valentine’s Print-Outs

If your kids enjoy coloring, find some Valentine’s Day print-out coloring pages for them. There are also plenty of other print-outs that they might enjoy such as printable Valentine’s cards, crafts, and more. Fortunately, print-outs are relatively cheap as long as you already have a printer and ink. Otherwise, all you will need is coloring pencils, crayons, markers, and perhaps a few other craft materials.

50. Cupid’s Dinner

Have your kids help you create a Valentine’s Day themed dinner complete with a menu and all. Have them decorate the menu using a Valentine theme featuring a variety of aptly named meals and drinks. For example, you can purchase cherry flavored 7-up, which has a pink color to it. A fun name would be “Cupid’s Fizz” for the drink name on the menu.

Preschool Valentine Ideas

Preschool children also love to get involved with Valentine’s Day. Teachers and parents often face the pressure of coming up with different activities and Valentine’s themed ideas to keep smaller children entertained. Luckily, the list below can take the stress and guessing out of the day thanks to some helpful and age-appropriate ideas.

51. Love Bugs

Help your preschool-aged children create “love bugs” using egg cartons, paint, glitter, googly eyes, and other craft materials. Cut the carton so that each child has a section comprised of three egg holders. Have them paint their section before decorating it. The end result will be an adorable “love bug” for Valentine’s Day that you can keep and proudly display for all to see.

52. THUMBody Love You Valentines

Cut out heart-shaped pieces of construction paper for your small children and hand them washable ink stamps. Have them dip their thumbs in the ink and then place their thumbprint on the heart-shaped pieces of paper. On the hearts, write “THUMBody loves you” as a cute and memorable homemade valentine.

53. Valentine’s Day Block Building

Take ordinary wooden blocks and wrap them in Valentine’s Day themed wrapping paper. Have your children use the Valentine’s Day block to build various items like a tower or even a small house. Make sure you join in on the fun. Your children will enjoy spending time with you as you create plenty of Valentine’s Day memories.

54. Valentine’s Match

Draw number or letters on heart shaped pieces of paper. Make sure you have two that are exactly alike. For example, if you use number, place the number 3 on two different hearts. Flip the pieces of paper upside down and have your children match up the cards. Not only is this a great Valentine’s themed gamed to play, it also helps small children who are learning their numbers and letters.

55. Beaded Heart-Shaped Bracelets

All that is required for this activity is beads and pipe cleaners. Fold each pipe cleaner into the shape of a V and have your children add different beads to the pipe cleaner. Once they are finished, shape the V into a heart and twist the ends together to create a beaded heart-shaped bracelet that they can wear for the holiday.

56. Sponge Art

Lay down a waterproof table cloth or a shower curtain and cut hearts into different Valentine’s Day shapes, like hearts. Place different colored paints in plastic tubs and help your child dip the sponges into the tubs. Have them stamp a large piece of paper and assist them in writing a special Valentine’s Day message on their work of art.

57. Valentine’s Day Sun Catchers

Making sun catchers is a great way to brighten up a cold, February day on Valentine’s Day. You will need crayons, wax paper, a towel or an ironing board and an iron. Cut wax paper into the shape of heart and place bits of shaved crayon between them. Have your children select the colors they would like to use. Iron the piece of wax paper so the crayon between them melts and hang it in a window for a colorful sun catcher.

58. Valentine’s Day Coasters

Help your kids make a Valentine’s Day gift for you or someone else they love. You will need paint, ceramic tiles, and a sealant to do this. Hand your children a stack of ceramic tiles and have them paint them however they wish. Use Valentine’s Day colors if you wish such as pink, red, and white. Once they are finished, you will need to cover the tiles in sealant so a glass or cup placed on the tiles does not ruin them.

59. Valentine’s Pasta Necklace

Using dried macaroni noodles, preferably elbow macaroni, ziti noodles, or penne, have your child paint the noodles. Use red, pink, and white colored paints that match the Valentine’s Day theme. Once the macaroni noodles are painted and dried, place string through their openings and tie the ends together to create a fashionable macaroni necklace that you can wear proudly.

Valentine Basket Ideas

Valentine’s Day Baskets are the perfect gift giving choice. Many baskets are customizable and even those that are not are always suited for different personalities, hobbies, and interests. There is almost no way you can go wrong by selecting a basket for someone you love as a gift for Valentine’s Day. In fact, some of the most highly recommended baskets are listed below.

60. Gourmet Chocolate Gift Box

Nothing beats a romantic night in on Valentine’s Day rather than standing in line for hours at a restaurant for a failed romantic dinner date. That is why the Gourmet Chocolate Gift Box is the perfect gift for such a night. The kit allows you and your significant other to make the perfect candy and popcorn covered dessert pizza that is perfectly fitting for a Valentine’s Day movie night.

61. Art of Appreciation Gift Baskets Cuddles and Kisses Chocolate Truffle Spa Set

This sweet gift basket has Valentine’s Day written all over it. The Art of Appreciation Gift Baskets Cuddles and Kisses Chocolate Truffle Spa Set features a red and white theme that is perfect for the holiday. It includes a sweet, cuddly white bear with a red ribbon around its neck as well as an assortment of delectable chocolate confections and gourmet cookies. There are also Truffle Spa products included that allow your special lady to pamper herself.

62. Chocolate Gift Box, Fresh and Delicious

Treat your loved one with an assortment of 20 delicious chocolates that come backed in a gorgeous white alligator square box thanks to the Chocolate Gift Box, Fresh and Delicious. A gold bow is stretched over the box and tied for added beauty and delight. The chocolates serve as a great gift for any occasion, including Valentine’s Day. It is also a great gift to give to your significant other, a family member, a friend, or even a co-worker.

63. Art of Appreciation Gift Baskets So Serene Peony Floral Spa, Bath and Body Gift Set

The Art of Appreciation Gift Baskets So Serene Peony Floral Spa, Bath and Body Gift Set is a great Valentine’s Day gift choice for a girlfriend, wife, mother, female friend, or female co-worker. The gorgeous basket featured a gorgeous floral detail that can be kept and reused. The basket comes filled with an array of peony scented spa products such as lotion, shower gel, bubble bath, bath salts, and more.

64. The Man Can Gift Basket

The Man Can Gift Basket comes in a masculine presentation and features high-quality skin care products made with a man in mind. The can features Licorice Fisherman’s Heavy-Duty Hand Scrub Soap. It also has a Butter Spicy Shave Gel, Bay Rum Oil Aftershave, and a Body Sponge. The manly scented soaps are something he will surely appreciate this Valentine’s Day.

65. Gift Basket Ideas for Men – Chocolate Cigars Keychain Bottle Opener Axe Spray

The Gift Basket Ideas for Men – Chocolate Cigars Keychain Bottle Opener Axe Spray is an assortment of goodies just for that special man in your life. It comes in a metal bucket that says, “StudBucket.” This guy approved gift comes stocked with chocolate cigar, playful vouchers, Axe body spray,  and a personalized keychain bottle opener.

66. Art of Appreciation Gift Baskets Lavender Renewal Spa Bath and Body Gift Set

The Art of Appreciation Gift Baskets Lavender Renewal Spa Bath and Body Gift Set is a great way to show a special lady how much she means to you this Valentine’s Day. The set features lavender scented products that allow her to pamper herself. A loofah, sisal hand mitt, and sisal body sponge allows her to apply her new bath and body products in a luxurious way. The body lotion and cleansing bath gel will leave her feeling glorious and relaxed, as will the aromatherapy candle.

67. Lovestee Rejuvenating Exotic Orchid Spa Basket Gift Set

The Lovestee Rejuvenating Exotic Orchid Spa Basket Gift Set comes in a beautiful pink basket the perfectly captures the Valentine’s Day spirit. Inside the basket, your special lady will find an assortment of five favorite fragrances, an exotic shower gel, luxury bubble bath, sensual body lotion, bath salt, and a sensuously soft bath puff.

Overall, the gift ideas, activities, and recipes are sure to make for a fabulous Valentine’s Day with a special someone. Any man or woman can easily make use of the ideas listed above to create a day filled with fun, romance, and thoughtfulness.