Looking for a fun date night idea? Have we got a suggestion for you! Have an at-home date night by brainstorming and dreaming up other date nights you want to do with your partner.
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Kara got this date night idea from a popular wedding tradition. Do you know the one where each guest writes a date night suggestion on a note card or in the sign-in book? Yeah! Like that, but a few changes. You’re encouraged to make your own changes as well.
Step 1 | We gathered all our supplies.
Step 2 | We pre-set categories based on cost.
Step 3 | We each went to our separate sides of the couch and wrote down some things that we’ve been wanting to do for a date night on popsicle sticks. Or some things that we’ve enjoyed before but wanted to do again.
Step 4 | We kept it secret from each other. It’s a fun surprise and adventure pulling the sticks and seeing what was written on it (by now Kara’s even forgotten the date ideas that she wrote down).
Step 5 | There might have been wine – – there definitely was some wine and music.
Step 6 | Put them all together and pull one out at the start of your date day and/or evening.
Theme: We decided to house the date nights in a flower pot. We marked our popsicle sticks with flower stickers, each color representing different cost categories.
Supplies: We had the pot from a money tree that didn’t make it. We had the Sharpies. We had the labels. We got the popsicle sticks and flower stickers from Michaels (which was also a fun errand to run together). We got the wine from Trader Joes. We got the date night ideas from our imaginations.
Categories: The price ranges we used for categories are broken down as follows:
- Free = no flower
- Less than $20 = hot pink
- $20 – $60 = orange flower
- $60 – $100 = green flower
- $100 or more = white flower.