My partner and I have been together for about six months, so we will be celebrating our first Valentine’s Day soon. I’d like to do something a bit different than the usual dinner out, chocolates or flowers. Do you have any suggestions of what I could do to make it fantastic?
Thanks in advance,
Thank you for your email. That’s great that you’re looking for something unique to do with your partner for Valentine’s Day. Depending on what you’re both into, there’s lots of romantic, fun and sexy things you could do. Here are a few suggestions:
Be her ‘slave’ for the day – Let her know that for one whole day (or longer if you wish!) you are going to wait on her hand and foot. You could bring her breakfast in bed, offer to massage her back, feet, and hands or wherever else she would like to be massaged. Run her a relaxing hot bath with plenty of sensual oils. Make sure that she doesn’t have to lift a finger all day. Offer to pleasure her in any way she desires, perhaps bringing her a selection of sex toys to choose from. Make dinner or order a take away and eat by candlelight. Put on some soft romantic music and ask her to dance before whirling her off to the bedroom to be pampered and sensually treated all night long.
Surprise her with a box full of sex toys – Rather than the usual box of chocolates and flowers, give your partner something that will bring pleasure for months to come! Choose a few different things so that you have lots to explore together. For example, you could get a couple of romantic things like a feather tickler, and a massage oil candle, a couple of kinkier things like a flogger and some bondage cuffs and throw in a cock ring for you and a beautiful glass dildo for her. Wrap each thing up separately and watch her joy as she unwraps each new opportunity for pleasure with you.
Let her know how much you love and desire her – in whatever way appeals to you, open your heart and really share with her how you feel about her. You could write her a poem, sing her a love song or just sit with her, look into her eyes and tell her from your heart how much you love her and how much you care about your relationship and how you’d like your relationship to grow and blossom. If you’re really sincere, open and loving, it will be one of the best gifts she could ever receive from you.
Hope you have a fabulous first Valentine’s Day!
With love and delight,