How To Make Your V-Day Romantic Without Being Together
Whether you’re in a long-distance relationship or COVID-19 restrictions are keeping you apart, distance does not have to mean the end of Valentine’s Day for you and your love.
Let’s explore some of the great ways you can be with your love on this special day, virtually.
Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day Remotely
Zoom, Facetime, etc.
Nowadays, it’s easy to connect with someone face to face, even if you’re not physically present. Apps such as Zoom, WhatsApp, and Facetime are great tools to connect you with those you love, from anywhere in the world.
Cook a Meal Together, Virtually
That’s right, set up your laptop, tablet, or phone in the kitchen and cook a great meal together. You may not be able to tell who cooked the tastiest meal, but this activity can definitely bring you together in a fun and romantic way.
Send Them Roses that Will Last Until You See Them in Person Again
Like your love, these roses last for years. Send them something unique that they will remember and look at every day forever.
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A Mixed Tape for The Ages
Was there anything more romantic than making a mixed tape for someone you loved back in the day? Kick it up a notch and create a custom playlist, created by you, for your boo. You can even customize the cover image of your playlist and create a unique name for it that represents who you are together.
Care Package, “Open When” Letters and Gifts
If you want to pull out all of the feels, send them a care package of things you know they love or instructions on when they should open specific pieces in your package. This one can last as long as you would like it to and will most definitely put a smile on your bae’s face.
Watch a Movie Together
Ok, so maybe you can’t get all snuggled up on the couch together, but that doesn’t mean you can’t gather up some snacks and watch a movie together, virtually.
Spicy Video Chats
There are many ways you can turn the heat up on a video chat. Send them a list of instructions on where to be, what to wear, how many candles to light, which music to play, and the time they should meet you on video chat at. The sky’s the limit as to how creative you can get with this, but either way, it’s sure to be a winner.
Not being together physically on Valentine’s Day (or anytime, really) is difficult. But technology has given us the opportunity to embrace each other in so many different ways. Bring out your creative side and start thinking of ways to be with your long-distance love on Valentine’s Day.