Presentation on theme: "Creative Date Ideas. Tired of the typical dinner and a movie date. Surprise the significant other in your life by showing him/her that you are able to."— Presentation transcript:
Creative Date Ideas
Tired of the typical dinner and a movie date. Surprise the significant other in your life by showing him/her that you are able to be romantic and inventive! Being creative will impress him/her and show him/her that you care. You can use one date idea or combine a bunch of them together to make the date your own.
Go fly a kite! Take the typical day outside a step further by grabbing a kite at one of the local gift shops.
Make a wish: Find a fountain and throw in 10 pennies, taking turns making wishes.
Sweet Surprise: Stop at a fancy bakery and pick out a treat each – for each other.
Pretend You’re Tourists: Visit the local hot spots that the tourists in your area come to visit. Take a camera, have fun, and be silly.
Multiple Dining: Keep your meal on the move! Go to one place for an appetizer, another for dinner, and finish at a quaint ice cream parlor for dessert. It can be as inexpensive as you choose.
The Classic Picnic: Pack a lunch and head outdoors. Enjoy nature by bringing some extra bread to feed the birds!
Change up the Movie Date: Not only are drive-ins cheaper they offer a nostalgic alternative to the typical dinner and a movie date.
Go Out for Pizza: But spice it up! Ask the pizza place in advance to cut the pizza in the shape of a heart. Tell them when you plan on being in so everything can be ready when you arrive.
Be Artistic: Go to a “Paint Your Own Pottery” shop and paint something for each other.
Be a Kid: Go to the Zoo but check out the kids section. They usually have a petting zoo with all kinds of cute fuzzy animals.
Too Cold for the Outdoors? Bring the picnic to your room. Make him/her think you’re going to take him/her on an outdoor picnic but instead stop off at blockbuster, have him/her pick out the movie, and drive back to the hall. Have basket set up and surprise him/her when you get back.
Where in the Wabash Valley? Visit the ISU Student Health Promotions web site for places to go and things to do in the Wabash Valley area.