Romantic Date Ideas

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  • candle light dinnerFind an old peddle boat. Have a picnic over water while you watch the sunset or rise.
  • Go horseback riding.
  • Have a picnic in a canyon
  • Go on a late night hike to the top of a hill away from lights, bring a blanket and watch the stars.
  • Drive to places you have memories and share them. It’s a good way to get to know each other and make memories of your own!
  • Go for a walk to your favorite Ice Cream shop in town—eat your ice cream together on a park bench
  • Ride a trolley or train
  • Grab some good books and climb a tree or find a tree house to read with your date. Kids books work best because you can laugh and be childish.
  • Take a roll of pennies to a fountain and make wishes out loud as you throw them in.
  • Build a bonfire roast marshmallows (try roasting other things as well – Starburst are fun)
  • Dance in the rain
  • Make bucket lists together
  • Hike to see a waterfalls or wildflowers
  • Get up extra early, watch the sunrise, and then make breakfast together
  • Go dancing
  • Make kites and fly them at a local park
  • Gather pictures and make a scrap book
  • Find a tricky jigsaw puzzle to put together—this is great time to just talk
  • Go to a playground and swing on the swings
  • Movie + Popcorn, Movie + Pizza, Movie + Cuddling
  • Go for a bike ride in your neighborhood
  • Lie in the grass and find shapes in the clouds
  • Go ice skating
  • Read a book together by the fire
  • Put a love sac in the back of a truck and head up a mountain or out in the open under the stars–watch a movie, or just stare at the stars
  • Have a dessert picnic at midnight on a starry hill overlooking the city
  • Find a building/apartment complex that will let you get on the roof and have a candlelight dinner. It’s simple, cheap and romantic, and can be adapted to whatever style you are going for. Make it a picnic if you want to be more casual
  • Have a date centered around all of their favorite things in life. Food, hobbies, talents, or movies– find out through casual conversation, or ask their friends to get the inside scoop. Your date will appreciate the effort you put into a date. The more elaborate, the more they’ll dig it.
  • Take a walk around a ritzy side of town (somewhere with cool lighting – during Christmas time perhaps?)
  • Go to an old part of town, somewhere with old shops and the cobblestone/brick building kind of feel
  • Ride quads, mopeds, or a tandem bike on a date in the country/mountains. Bring food and a blanket for a rest or a slingshot for some random fun
  • Have a candlelight chocolate making evening. Experiment with candy recipes.
  • Teamwork finger painting. You be the artist, your date can be the brush or vise-versa. Makes a casual date romantic with hand holding, up close and personal fun, and maybe even a paint fight after. Top it off with a movie and they’ll be ready for the snuggle
  • Go exploring with your date to find the coolest building in town. Then you can take a tour/explore and have a picnic outside
  • Ride a horse-drawn buggy
  • Go jumping in mud puddles
  • Take a walk on the beach
  • Pitch black date – fix up a room in your house so that no light can get in. Set up everything you need for a date( table, plates, food, chairs, ect.)

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