4 Must-Try Valentine’s Day Activities

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If you’re looking for an occasion to surprise a loved one, Valentine’s Day is an obvious opportunity! We’ve compiled a list of must-try Valentine’s Day activities that, honestly, you could try any time of the year to bring a smile to that special someone’s face.

1. Surprise your boo with an appointment with a professional photographer to do a super-fun photo shoot. Make sure to bring multiple outfits for each of you, and plan the outfits around the photo setting. Bonus: If you’re engaged or planning to become engaged, you can use these photos for your announcements or wedding invitations.

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2. If you’re already married you could still get in on the photo fun. You could: A. Do a post-wedding or anniversary shoot where you dress up in your wedding outfits. This can take place where you got married or anywhere else your heart desires. These photos will have a more lighthearted feel than the official wedding pictures and you’ll probably look more relaxed without wedding-day nerves. Or you could: B. Set up a photo shoot and use the photos for holiday cards or family newsletters.

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3. Find a Groupon or LivingSocial deal in your own city—or a city you’d like to visit. To add extra spontaneity and excitement, select an activity you wouldn’t normally do. The experience will bring you and your beloved closer together, and you may even make some new friends to pair up with on future dates.


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4. Have a romantic night in with a Date in a Crate subscription box. This is great if you live in a small town or are on a tight schedule, as the box brings the romance straight to your door. And the best part is you never know what you’re going to get in the box—the surprise element adds to the romance and fun.

Do you have a unique date idea? Share it in the comments section!

Gina works her make up magic where it’s under a big spotlight – on TV. She grew up surrounded by the world of image transformation. Her father is a photographer and she spent much of her childhood assisting him on fashion shoots. This led her to add to her innate skills with formal qualifications from the prestigious Cazcarra School in Barcelona.
She widened her understanding of overall image sculpting with her studies in hairdressing, beauty and personal image at Llongueras, Barcelona. She spent 7 years as a make up artist in regional TV in the Balearic Islands and provides retraining to professionals on changing trends.

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