The imagination holds the recipe to a sensual Valentine’s Day tryst. With little time to innovate, scheme and prepare for the big V “day", the ingredients for an ultra-indulgent evening include the following:
Although romance seems like a ladies’ trove, a number of male closet romantics are running amok. To create a day of Valentine's allure, start by sending romantic clues. Either write a secret love note and plant it on his or her possession or send a text message to the one you love. The communiqué should hint at a fun place, activity or surprise the recipient can look forward to.
Example: You're bound to savor, the sumptuous dessert I've cooked up for you tonight. Carrying out the shtick could entail anything from dessert in bed, a blind taste test of several flavors to a romantic mystery hunt.
Dating as far back as the beginning of kama sutra, the fine art of seduction has earned a reputation for requiring time, the stimulation of multiple senses and the development of passion. Start by building a shrine of candles throughout the room. Under a potpourri votive candle, warm eucalyptus and lavender to induce relaxation. As a unique gift alternative, design your own favor-gift cards, massage and intimacy coupons.
Example message: Redeem this coupon for a 30-minute massage. (Offer expires: March 14, 2007. )
From provocative art work, sexy literature to a sensually motivating film, some couples require erotic inspiration. Integrate your Valentine's Day stimulus - seamlessly. For example, if you're reading a naughty novel together, be sure to reenact the part entirely. Don't be afraid to stage the room to resemble the book's setting.
Plan a theme. Bring the luau to cold climate or winter to a balmy environment. If you live in a place like Chicago, plan a romantic beach picnic, in your living room. Stage as many settings as possible:
Think beyond the restaurant reservation. Dining out for Valentine's Day is cliché and conceptualized for couples who rarely have the opportunity to enjoy a meal outside of their home. As an alternative, order light hors d’oeuvres, conserve your energy and avoid food coma by not overindulging.
Valentine’s Day gift idea Forget the flowers. While every woman may not agree, TheConsumerJournal.com rates jewelry, sentimental presents (such as scrapbooks, personal podcasts) and random acts of personalized kindness as the top three gifts to exchange Valentine’s Day, 2007.
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