Great Romantic Ideas

Make a special craft piece that shows how much you care.Make a special craft piece that shows how much you care.

Great romance ideas can be found by the thousands if you ask for them or do a search. However, there are some ideas that go beyond being just great. A few extra steps can turn a great romance idea into a spectacular moment that truly says, "I love you, you are my everything."


Make a time capsule together. Put your favorite pictures, trinkets from trips, letters and other memorabilia in a safety deposit box. Draw a map to the safety deposit box and decide on a date and time you will open the capsule. You could also consider burying the time capsule in your backyard. Just remember to dig it up if you decide to move.

Star Gazing

Spend a night out under the stars and decide on a star to name as yours. Then, when you and your love are separated, you can look at the star and know that your love is looking at the same star and thinking of you.

Love Messages

Find creative ways to say I love you. Hide a surprise note in their lunch box, leave a sticky note on the door or sneak into the bathroom when they are taking a shower and write "I love you" in the steam on the mirror.

Romantic Vacation

Plan a romantic surprise vacation to a special spot. Get a map of the vacation spot or a brochure and cut it into pieces. Send a few pieces every day to your love until she has all the pieces and can put the puzzle together.

Special night

Plan a special night, dim the lights, fire up the candles and leave a trail of your clothing from the front room to the bedroom. You might want to consider having a supply of chocolate, strawberries and wine on hand.

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About the Author

Based in Las Vegas, Jody Wilber has been freelance writing since 2004. Her articles have appeared in "Christianity Today," "The Upper Room" and "The Review Journal." She is formally a high-school English and journalism teacher. She graduated from California Baptist University with a Bachelor of Arts in English and went on to achieve her Master in Education from Sierra Nevada College.

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