Valentine’s Day night is bound to be one of the busiest nights for restaurants, theaters and all other forms of entertainment. It’s important to show your special someone that you care; however, you don’t have to battle the masses to show your love! ForRent.com has some great ides for how you can have a perfect night-in at your apartment.
Everybody loves food, it brings us all together, so what could be better than cooking your favorite meal with your favorite person?
Are you in the mood for an Italian dish for your Valentine’s Day dinner? According to Yahoo Voices, Italian food is one of the top 5 most romantic foods, which is why we recommend this recipe for Tomato and Mozzarella Pasta al Forno to celebrate the holiday. Make large portions and share off the same plate for a fun and intimate meal, like the iconic movie Lady & the Tramp (just don’t actually nudge a meatball at your date). Looking for something different? ForRent.com shares plenty of other ideas for you to use as your main course.
Valentine’s Day Red Velvet Cupcakes is a great dessert idea that will make anyone feel loved. For most, a Valentine’s Day meal wouldn’t be complete without a decadent dessert. Whether you’re celebrating cupid’s holiday with a significant other, or a group of friends, these cupcakes will spread the love over and over again! Want other dessert inspirations? Check out more recipes on the ForRent.com Pinterest board.
Consider turning your apartment into a movie theater instead of fighting the lines at your local cinema. You can rent a projector, turn the lights down and put on your favorite movie. A white wall or white bed sheet works as a screen, and you can bring whatever snacks you want, like this awesome popcorn bar.
It’s definitely possible to celebrate this romantic day inside your apartment, avoiding the crowds, and even saving a little money. More importantly, just plan on having fun and you’ll be sure to have a great day celebrating with those you love. So tell us, what would your perfect Valentine’s Day night-in look like?