12 Romantic Thanksgiving Ideas For You And Your Sweetie
Looking for some great, romantic Thanksgiving holiday ideas for you and your love? We’ve got 12 fantastic ways to say “I love you and I’m grateful for you!”
Write A Love Letter
It’s the season to give thanks. Write a thank you letter to your love, telling them what you appreciate most about them, then exchange them after dinner. It’s the perfect gift, and it won’t cost you a thing.
Make Your Own Drink
What would you put in your very own “Love Potion”? Decide together and come up with a sexy signature drink for the holiday. Name it together and drink away. It’s romantic, fun, and sure to get you both a little tipsy.
Join forces in the kitchen to make your dinner masterpiece and good memories that will last through the season.
Have Someone Cook A Meal For You
For those of you who think cooking is a chore rather than a delight, there’s nothing like enjoying a Thanksgiving dinner out on the town. Simply make a reservation, show-up and voila! While other women are spending the day slaving over a stove, you and your man can enjoy all of the pleasures of eating a five-course, candle-lit meal with none of the work.
After you’ve gone back for seconds, and thirds, they’ll be nothing you want to do more than find a comfortable place to lay and stay there. The only thing you’ll need after that is a soothing rub down from the one you love. It’s the perfect way to end the evening.
Make Your Own Soundtrack
Work together to come up with a list of love songs that make you think of and appreciate each other. Make a playlist and let it be the soundtrack of your holiday together.
Watch The Sunrise Together
There’s nothing more beautiful than a fall sunrise, and there aren’t many left. Get up early, grab each others hands and go enjoy the view.
Dine By Candlelight
Share your meal, a great bottle of wine, and lots of laughs by candlelight. Dinner will instantly become more romantic.
Stay At A Romantic B&B
Holidays are so few and far between, why not extend your Thanksgiving into a Thanks-weekend and spend four days being thankful you’re not at home?
Or Snuggle On The Couch
Don’t even get dressed! Thanksgiving is one holiday that’s made for sleeping in, so don’t hesitate to ignore that alarm for once. You can always TiVo the parade and watch it later.
Volunteer At A Soup Kitchen
For couples in pursuit of the true meaning of Thanksgiving, soup kitchens and charity organizations are always in need of volunteers on the holiday when attendance is even higher than usual.
Go See A Movie
One of my favorite Thanksgiving traditions is going out to the movies with my boyfriend, just the two of us.
Whatever you decide to do, make a great one – one in which you express your gratitude for the wonderful person you have at your side. xo
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