Celebrate the love for your sweetheart this Valentine’s Day and come up with a few extra special Valentine’s Day ideas for him. It doesn’t have to be expensive or complicated; make it fun, flirty and from the heart. Valentine’s Day is the great opportunity to remind one another how much you your sweetheart means to you. Valentine’s Day allows you to let loose and do something different. Whether it’s a candle lit dinner, or dressing up for a special night out, seize the opportunity and show your husband how much you care.
So what are some Valentine’s Day ideas for him? I’ve come up with some great ideas for him on Valentine’s, but remember you know your guy and what he likes. If you like some of these ideas, change them up so they are extra special Valentine’s Day ideas for him.
Send Him Flowers – Did anyone ever say that men don’t like flowers? Some men might get upset if you sent them flowers, but there’s still plenty that would appreciate it. I don’t know why so many ladies don’t think men like flowers. When in fact there are plenty of men who love getting flowers with a huge teddy bear delivered to work. It’s a great way for them to show off how much their girl cares about them. So if you think he won’t like flowers at work, you might want to think again. My husband is a diesel mechanic, I sent him flowers and he loves it. It lets them know you’re thinking about them. Flowers are an awesome way to let him know you care and are thinking about him.
The 7 Days before Valentine’s Day – There’s all these cute places online to purchase cards from, you even choose the devilry date. Get one and have one delivered everyday for 5-7 days before Valentine’s Day. You can send on Valentine’s Day with a super sweet little message in it, or skip it. He’ll be expecting it; you can really have some fun with it.
Cook Dinner – What’s his favorite food? Make him something he loves, don’t forget to be creative. Candles are always a plus for a romantic dinner. Valentine’s Day cooking is always more fun with hidden messages and notes in the food.
The Empty Lunch – Pack him an empty lunch, and show up at lunch time with his favorite food, or reservations for two.
The Love is in The Fortune Cookie – It’s possible I’ve done it. You can get some tweezers and get the fortune out of the cookie. Type up a new fortune on your computer. You can have fun with the message, maybe put the fortune cookie in his empty lunch telling him to meet you at a cafe, or save it for dinner and have it tell him how much you’re in love with him. Really this is all up to you, have fun with it. It’s super fun, and if you’re smooth enough it might take a little before he catches on. If you plan on doing it with dinner telling him how much you love it, you might want to make several cookies with several messages.
Remember that spot – Did the two of you ever have a special spot? Take a drive, blind fold him of course and surprise him with a trip back to memory lane.
Love Notes – Love notes are a great. Start his morning out with a little note in the car, then his lunch. Leave them around where he can find them all day and they lead into something special.
Extra Affection – Hold his hand while you’re out, wrap your arms around one another. Don’t go over board, but affection is always a great way to show him you care.
Day off – Give him the day off as much as you can. Let him know you’ll take care of driving, organizing, homework, and anything else you can think of.
Dress it up – Get dressed up accordingly for him. If you’re heading out for dinner and a movie spice it up a little more than normal. Remind him how amazing you look all dressed up.
Spontaneous Flity – Have fun, flirt with him. If you have been married for a long time that should give you more reason to be extra flirty. Today responsibilities go out the windows, make him the only thing that matters. Today you’re up for anything, and willing to drop everything to spend tie with him. Call in sick to work and head out for a drive, stay home in bed all day, do something fun like you did when you first got together. Just because you’ve been married or together for a while doesn’t mean that spark has to fade away.