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Valentine’s Day falls on a Wednesday this year, so couples may want to plan a cosy night in to take the pressure off a big date on a ‘school night’. For the singletons among us, there’s a growing trend of celebrating with all those you love: friends, family, and even pets.
Whatever your 14th February looks like this year, celebrate your way.
Date night at home
Table for two
Set the stage for a romantic Valentine’s Day at home with red hot table linen, a scattering of romanic cushions, and a roaring fire – perfect for the loved-up couple.
A cosy night in
The colour of love
Lucky enough to have the place to yourself and just fancy a cosy night in together? Wrap up in some fluffy dressing gowns, order a takeaway, and hit the sofa.
Singletons can still give a nod to the romance in the air by sticking on a favourite rom-com and polishing off a huge bucket of popcorn (sharing not required!).
Celebrating with friends
Whether you’re playing for fun or for real, hosting a games night is a great way to go against the grain with an alternative Valentine’s Day.
Night in with the family
Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to spread the love at home and let the family know how much they’re appreciated. Bake some heart-shaped biscuits then jump on the sofa for some Netflix and chill.
Add some extra TLC to your family Valentine celebration with some handmade cosiness. Teach the kids to knit so they can join in, then wear the finished item on the big day.
Give the little kitty in your life a present to make their heart spin.