6 Romantic Date Ideas To Surprise Your Loved One

Romance is the cornerstone of any relationship. Whether you’re just starting out or have been married
for a long time, surprising your beloved with a romantic date can make them feel appreciated and make
sparks fly. It can be a challenge to always keep them guessing. If you want to make some fun,
romantic, and surprising date night plans, check out these 6 out-of-the-box ideas.


Be A Tourist in Your Own City

You could spend thousands of dollars traveling to another destination or you could stay right at home
and enjoy your own city the way tourists do. Look on travel sites to find out the must-see spots in your
home town. If you can, get a hotel downtown so it feels like a real vacation.


Experience the town as though you’ve never been there before. Go to an amazing restaurant for a
decadent meal. Check out a local bar or coffee shop. Try out places you never thought of before.

Volunteer

If you and your date are both civic minded and want to give back to your community, plan a date to
volunteer. Choose a local organization that matches your personal values and interests and call them
up to find out how you can help.


Nonprofits are almost always looking for volunteers to help with events or other needs. Volunteering
has more to offer including positive benefits for physical and mental health. It’s also a great way for you
and your date to bond over a shared cause.


Take a Class Together

Maybe you both want to learn something new. You can try anything from a cooking class to painting
lessons. If you’re feeling ambitious, take a language class in your local adult education program. This
can provide you with weeks of shared date experiences as well as a new skill.


Talk about what it is you both want to learn and decide how to make it happen. Classes can be through
programs, private lessons, or at a local event.

Build Something

If both of you like to get your hands dirty and build something together, go for it! It doesn’t have to be a
massive project, like a house, but you can learn a lot about one another and the building process by
trying out something small.


Building something by hand doesn’t sound romantic, but it can be an amazing shared experience. You
also learn how to work well together under pressure, which can be a skill that will last a lifetime and
lasts far longer than romance.

Plan a Scavenger Hunt

For something with a little more romance, plan a fun scavenger hunt. There are many ways to do this.
Hide small items around the house if you want to stay at home. If you’re interested in an outdoor
adventure, challenge your date to find certain clues around your town and take photos.


A scavenger hunt is a great way to present a diamond promise or engagement ring. The last clue could
lead your loved one to the gift, a spectacular diamond that glows with the fluorescence of the moonlit
night. The romantic gesture will be sure to impress.

Get Fancy

Think back to the romantic and fun filled days of the past and the couples that kicked up their heels.
When you imagine F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald dancing the night away in jazz clubs, you always
imagine them dressed to the nines. You can embrace that feeling by planning a fancy night out.


Encourage your date to wear their formal attire and head out on the town. You don’t even have to eat at
the most expensive restaurant to enjoy yourself once you’re dressed up. It will give you a chance to
show each other off and enjoy the pomp and circumstance.

A romantic date doesn’t just have to be flowers, dinner, and a movie. When you think a little outside of
the box you can surprise your loved one with a one-of-a-kind romantic date.

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