How To Set Up The Perfect V-Day Evening At Home

Dinner at drinks at the ritziest place in town is lovely, but a romantic evening at home is a fabulous way to celebrate Valentine’s Day, too. Here’s how to get it just right.

Set the stage: Yes, it’s a stage for something special, so go for the dramatic. Change things around in your usual, familiar space. If you have a love seat, make that the centre piece. Skip the dining table and plan to eat on the floor at a low table. 

V-Day eve at Home 

 

Create the mood: Nothing spells romance like candles, so splash out on them. Tea lights, tall candles, scented ones, they can all add to the atmosphere. Flowers will add to the setting, too. Scatter rose petals on surfaces for extra oomph.

Also see: The best places in Pune for candle-lit meals

Best Mood V-Day eve At Home

 

What to toast your love with: You cannot go wrong with Champagne. So, pop that great bottle if you will. Cocktails you’ve shaken up yourself are a super idea, too. Get inspired by these cocktails and raise a toast to your togetherness.

Drink for V-Day Eve at Home

 

Naughty nibbles: You can’t live on love and fresh air, so don’t forget the food. But keep it simple. You want to be fresh and sweet-smelling when your date arrives, not kitchen-weary. Think of dishes you can cook ahead and can just pop in the oven at dinner time. An array of elegant canapes or finger foods are perfect, too. Play around with foods believed to be aphrodisiacs. Think strawberries, asparagus and chocolate.

Food for V-Day Eve

Also see: 5 Reasons to celebrate this Valentine's Day The Irish Way

Do something fun: Add a zing to your special date night. Put on some great music and dance – just the two of you. Or you can give each other shoulder rubs or foot massages. Curling up and watching When Harry Met Sally works, too.

Fun on V-Day Eve at Home

 

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How To Set Up The Perfect V-Day Evening At Home

Perfect V-Day Evening At Home
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Dinner at drinks at the ritziest place in town is lovely, but a romantic evening at home is a fabulous way to celebrate Valentine’s Day, too. Here’s how to get it just right.

Set the stage: Yes, it’s a stage for something special, so go for the dramatic. Change things around in your usual, familiar space. If you have a love seat, make that the centre piece. Skip the dining table and plan to eat on the floor at a low table. 

V-Day eve at Home 

 

Create the mood: Nothing spells romance like candles, so splash out on them. Tea lights, tall candles, scented ones, they can all add to the atmosphere. Flowers will add to the setting, too. Scatter rose petals on surfaces for extra oomph.

Also see: The best places in Pune for candle-lit meals

Best Mood V-Day eve At Home

 

What to toast your love with: You cannot go wrong with Champagne. So, pop that great bottle if you will. Cocktails you’ve shaken up yourself are a super idea, too. Get inspired by these cocktails and raise a toast to your togetherness.

Drink for V-Day Eve at Home

 

Naughty nibbles: You can’t live on love and fresh air, so don’t forget the food. But keep it simple. You want to be fresh and sweet-smelling when your date arrives, not kitchen-weary. Think of dishes you can cook ahead and can just pop in the oven at dinner time. An array of elegant canapes or finger foods are perfect, too. Play around with foods believed to be aphrodisiacs. Think strawberries, asparagus and chocolate.

Food for V-Day Eve

Also see: 5 Reasons to celebrate this Valentine's Day The Irish Way

Do something fun: Add a zing to your special date night. Put on some great music and dance – just the two of you. Or you can give each other shoulder rubs or foot massages. Curling up and watching When Harry Met Sally works, too.

Fun on V-Day Eve at Home

 

Image Credits: walesonline, blogspot, shorebreadallrecipes, ytimg

LiveInStyle.com encourages you to Party Responsibly!

Checkout the best Valentine's Gift ideas for her

 

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