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Ideas and Tips for Your First Valentine’s Day as a Married Couple

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Ideas and Tips for Your First Valentine’s Day as a Married Couple

The first Valentine’s Day that you celebrate as a married couple is very special so choosing the right Valentine’s Day gift and adding special details is essential.

Do not believe all those who say that love goes away after marriage. In fact, your wedding can be a new freedom to express love with no insecurities or boundaries attached.

Many couples find it difficult to find the perfect gift for their partner, as they want something unique, different, and romantic.

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This is why we are here to help you out! From romantic to fun Valentine's Day ideas check out what we have for you:

Here are some ideas to make a unique first valentine’s day as a married couple:

Valentine Letter

Write it Down

Love letters always work, especially after marriage because it is the last thing that your spouse expects.

Cooking Together

What's Cooking

Cook together, there is something about cooking that heightens the chemistry between couples.

Valentine Scrapbook

Get Crafty

Recreate romantic memories with your partner by making a scrapbook filled with pictures from your first date until present.

spa day

Pamper Yourselves

Take a mini vacation and spend the night at a hotel or resort, it will make you feel like you went on a vacation and help you spend some quality time together.

chocolate box

The Little Things

Don’t forget about the details and mini surprises, leave mini chocolate boxes or single roses all around the house so your spouse can find them,  leave sweet notes or send them cute messages if they’re working on that day.


Dance The Night Away

If you’re planning on staying at home it doesn’t mean you can dance! So after dinner, put on your favorite song, or even better, put on the song you danced to at your wedding, and ask your partner to slow dance with you.