The year is officially 2022 and Covid has circled back around for the millionth time. Okay, not the millionth, but it feels like it, and the next holiday we’ll more than likely be celebrating from the comfort of our own living room will be Valentine’s Day. On one hand, if you find yourself stressing about Valentine’s Day every year, then celebrating the holiday at home may be a huge relief, on the other, a new kind of pressure is on since you have to figure out how to make the day special for you and your favorite human. We’ve got you covered though. Here are a few tips for creating a romantic (and super chill) Valentine’s Day.
Fondue for Two!
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Who doesn’t love a little pot full of melted chocolate to dip all of your favorite snacks in? Get a little extra and make a charcuterie board out of all the dunkable treats such as marshmallows, strawberries, rice crispy treats, and whatever else you like to dip in chocolate! You already know we’re also going to tell you to make sure you nab a bottle of your favorite wine. Turn on your favorite playlist, podcast, or binge-worthy show and you’re all set!
If you consider yourself a bit of a mixologist, consider finding a drink recipe you’d like to try, or one that you know your partner would love, and serve it up; or if both of you want to be involved in the art, each of you can pick a cocktail to try to make. Don’t forget to Instagram the final results and enjoy the taste-testing process!
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See what we did there? We were first introduced to nacho tables on TikTok and we’ve been obsessed ever since. And what better way to show your love for each other than creating a gorgeous gorgeous nacho table together?
For most of us it’s way too cold during the month of February to have an outdoor picnic, so an indoor picnic, it is! What we love most about indoor picnics is how creative you can be with them; create a fort in your living room or bedroom, hang some Christmas lights, set out a snack spread, and enjoy each other’s company, some Netflix, or both! And hey, the biggest bonus? No bugs!
Break Out the Board Games
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Board games can be super fun even if only two people are playing them. Especially if there are snacks! Isn’t everything more fun with snacks?