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How to Plan a Romantic Night for Your Boyfriend

by Sherry Morgan

Creativity and preparation is the key to planning a romantic night with your boyfriend. Regardless of your budget, the key to having a memorable night is the atmosphere. Whether it is simply spending time together or creating a romantic atmosphere, any ordinary night can have romantic qualities. Combining multiple date ideas can even extend the date and prolong your romantic moment. The best thing about romance is that it is versatile and can be experienced regardless of the night you plan.

Make your favorite meal at home instead of heading out for the night. Stick to something that you are both familiar making and does not take too long to create. Sharing your work of art with one another is the best part of making dinner together. Extend the date by watching your favorite movie or television show from the comfort of your own home. Spend the remainder of your time together by holding each other close and cuddling up with a warm blanket.

Take a drive through the countryside and enjoy an adventure down roads you have never traveled. Drive through beautiful mountain scenery or past fields of flowers. Roll the window down and enjoy the sounds of nature with your partner if the weather permits. Enjoy nature first hand by stopping for a short walk. Find a picnic area and enjoy a packed lunch to conclude your outing.

Spread a blanket out in time to catch a sunrise or sunset. Arrive and set up at least 10 minutes before the show begins. Find a high location, such as a rooftop or hill for the best views. Do this at night to spend a few hours stargazing as an alternative. Check the local forecast for overcast to ensure your views are spectacular. Enjoy a packed picnic and the peaceful sounds of the night.

Recreate your first date night all over again. Take your partner to the spot you two first shared that special moment. Try to order the same dishes or see a similar film with the same snacks. Recreate what you were wearing that night if your memory serves well. Let your partner know how you felt when you first arrived, whether you were nervous or excited, and share your first impression of them. Let them know how the impression has changed, if it has at all. Share how your life has changed since you two met.

Items you will need
  • Meal preparations
  • Blankets
  • Movies

About the Author

Sherry Morgan has been professionally demonstrating her writing ability since 2005. Within her writing career, she has written for Ask.com, Associated Content, Textbroker, and an extensive list of personal clients. She is currently working on her Associate of Applied Science degree in business management at MGCCC, focusing on business and creative writing.

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  • Melissa Kirk/Demand Media