- Take your sweetie skating. There’s nothing cuter than gliding hand-in-hand, especially if it is snowing.
- Make heart-shaped Jello-Jigglers. All you need is red Jello, a large Tupperware container, and cookie cutters. (These items are easy to find at the Dollar Store.)
- Dress up in your best formal attire and enjoy a nice candlelight dinner - at home, or at a restaurant.
- Compile a playlist for your love with romantic or sentimental songs. Or make a collage!
- At midnight, bundle up in your warmest winter wear, choose a destination and meet up to lie in the snow and look at the stars together.
- If you like someone in one of your classes, secretly slip a cute note into their binder or if you’re daring, write your number on their notepad. If they don’t call at least you can be proud of your boldness.
- Casually ask your potential lover if they’d like to go for coffee. Every relationship has to start somewhere...
- Throw a V-Day Party! Decorate the room/apartment/house with paper hearts and ask everyone to throw their name into a hat. At the end of the night draw names. Ta-da! Who knew it was so easy to play Cupid?
- Do you have a cute friend that you know another friend would fall head-over-heels for? Play matchmaker and set them up on a blind date. Trust your friend to return the favour and make it a double!
- Have a rose delivered to that special someone. Attach a subtle clue that hints at your identity.
- Who says you need a date to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Have some much needed "me time" - have a bubble bath or watch a movie!
- Eat chocolate. Lots of chocolate. Without having to share. Yay!
- Get together with your friends and write cheesy love poems. Make them as silly as possible and distribute them to anyone that looks as though they need a good laugh.
- Wear red, pink and white or hearts if you can and take advantage of the opportunity to be creative with your clothing choices.
- If you live in an apartment: Choose two random rooms on a certain floor (or every floor, depending on how much time you have). Make a Hershey’s Kiss chocolate trail between the two. Knock loudly on the doors. Hide in the hallway so you can witness the confusion when your subjects meet in the middle.