Valentine's Day ideas for an established relationship
Taylor says: Recreate your first date, right down to where you went and what you wore. Make this into a Mystery tour by blindfolding your partner and driving them there in secret. Or, hand-make a memory book filled with photos, tickets and notes about everything you’ve done together. Or, take photos and tickets, etc, and make them into a romantic collage, framed inside a deep photograph frame.
You could hang this above your partner’s bed for them to see first thing in the morning, when you bring them breakfast in bed, including heart-shaped toast, strawberries and Buck’s Fizz. Another sweet idea would be to pack up a winter picnic and take your loved-one out to somewhere beautiful in the car.
Serve the picnic (which should consist of warming foods, like hot soup, warm cakes and mulled wine for whoever’s not driving) in the car whilst listening to passionate classical music. Have a romantic card or present hidden in the glove compartment. Prepare for the windows to steam up.
wewomen says: Making a photobook of your past trips or your whole relationship is a wonderful way to preserve the memories - try www.kodakgallery.co.uk or www.photobox.co.uk/shop/photo-books. It's as simple as uploading your photographs and arranging them on each page as you like - they even have options for full page photos or montages. It looks wonderfully professional and it's actually fun to do together as a Valentine's Day activity.