Then once they're done I'm going to attach them all together, so it's like a month's worth of nice things for him to have. With my current boyfriend, we didn't do anything special for our one year anniversary, but splurged on our two year anniversary.
We just didn't have the money on our first to do anything, so we just hung out and celebrated our love in his dorm room!
However, there is actually something a little bit boring in my mind when I do the same things, hear the same song even when dancing with a brand new dating partner.
So, we celebrated our 11 month today, but because one year is so special, I want to start planning something now. I'm currently creating this note thing for him, where every day for the next month I'll write something I like about him on a notecard with the date on it. If so, should he and I set a price range, so we both get each other equal value gifts? It was great having that closeness, doing something fun, exciting and new together (neither of us really had any cooking skills at this time).
Maybe you know that not any first date idea can work for any type of girl.
Therefore, before planning some kinds of outdoorsy activities, you will want to make sure that she is the outdoorsy type.
A night at the theater, a museum, a dance show, the opera—find what you’re into, and splurge for a night!
Whether it’s a bar or the beach, head back to the scene where you two first met.Besides, I’m sure that you do not want to take your girl to a museum if she is going to be uninterested to tears.Before planning your first date, you should think about her interests as well as her personality to decide which first date idea you can try.Have a Scavenger Hunt – Photography Style Grab a camera and create an objective list and tour around your city or a local festival snapping pictures of things on your list.Perhaps you can look for different types of letters to spell your first names in a collage, pets in funny costumes, or objects in every color of a 24 pack of crayons. Have a Picnic in the Park A picnic is a great date idea for all ages.Grab a blanket and pack a basket with sandwiches, fruits, snacks and refreshments and toss in a few activities to do while enjoying the park, such as a Frisbee, sidewalk chalk, and some bubbles.