Romantic date ideas for poor weather

Just because the weather is not all that pleasant does not mean that we should not celebrate Valentine’s Day with our loved ones. In the northern hemisphere, February is known for being one of the coldest months of the year and full of surprises as far as the weather is concerned. Planning ahead for a possibly rainy, snowy, or windy Valentine’s Day will ensure that you are not caught off-guard.

Stay in

One popular option is to spend the night at home with your partner or spouse. Instead of venturing out into the cold, you can stay nice and snug at home instead. Let your partner enjoy a relaxing shower or soak in the tub while you make the final preparations for your meal. You can even order in if you don’t feel like cooking. Just take the time to arrange the food on actual plates rather than eating out the box. It might be the same food but it will feel that much more classy!

Eat out

Although you will need to make your way to and from the restaurant, your time spent at your table will surely be comfortably warm.This is a great option for people who want to get out of the house and enjoy a change of scenery. It’s also perfect for couples with children. Have a relative or friend watch your kids while you enjoy a few hours alone to relight that fire!

Indoor fun

If you want to do something more than just enjoy a meal together, you can opt for an indoor activity that you both enjoy. Whether it’s bowling, ice skating, karting, or mini golf, make sure that it’s indoors and it’s something you can enjoy together. You could even make it interesting by placing a fun bet before the games begin.

Wine tasting

This is a fun and interesting activity to enjoy together. Of course, you want to make sure that neither of you plans on driving home. While professional wine tasters discard rather than swallow each sip, the average person usually enjoys the experience by ingesting a fair amount of wine. So, to avoid any problems, make sure that you have other transport arranged.