Valentine's Day ideas: 5 ways to celebrate the season of love

We are in the season of love, and with Valentine's Day edging closer everyone is scrambling to think of the best ideas. Valentine's Day is no more about just going out with your significant others but has now become a celebration among friends, too. We have curated a fun list of ideas everyone can indulge in this Valentine's season.


"Love is What Happens When Two Hearts Find Their Happy Place Right Beside Each Other."

Five ways to celebrate Valentine's Day for five types of people:


The one with the singles:


Valentine's Day ideas

Valentine's Day has often revolved around dates and going out with your loved ones. But what about the singles? Feel the love this season with a cookout at home with your family or friends and, you can also do it over Zoom! For those in Mumbai and Delhi, Sorrentino has some delectable choices of DIY Pizza Kits for you to choose from and all ready in under 10 minutes! You can gather all your family members and friends, each getting a kit of their own, indulging in this fun yet loving activity.


The one with the couples:



You can never go wrong with a great movie date! This Valentine's cosy up with your loved ones and get watching some of the most romantic movies set to release this season of love. You can either stream it together or indulge in a watch party with the advanced technology that OTT platforms now offer. You can watch new specials like Love Tactics on Netflix and Gehraiyaan on Amazon Prime Video or the classics like The Notebook on Netflix, Sylvies Love on Amazon Prime Video, and Love Simon on Hotstar Disney+. You can also indulge in new releases like Through My Window on Netflix and Book Of Love on Amazon Prime Video. Every movie is incomplete without some delicious popcorn, which you can now get delivered from 4700 BC popcorn or the authentic PVR popcorn delivered right to your doorstep by Zomato. If you're daring to step out, you can also enjoy a movie at a drive-in theatre, like the Jio World Drive-In Theatre for Mumbai folks.


The one with the long-distance relationship:



Long-distance can be hard enough, especially during a pandemic, with travel restrictions imposed quite often. With technology constantly updating and adapting to new things, there are several apps that couples who live further away can enjoy. These applications have features that range from sharing digital kisses, holding hands virtually and even feeling vibrations as your partner activates it. Here are the top 3 apps that we recommend trying and testing to feel a little bit closer to your significant other:

1) Couple- Love Relationship available on the App Store.

2) Between available on the App Store and Google Play Store.

3) We-Connect available on App Store and Google Play Store.


The one with the Parents:


Valentine's Day ideas

Our parents always go the extra mile to plan something special when any occasion prevails, so why not return the favour with a cute candlelight dinner for them in the comfort of your homes. Giving them complete freedom even from cooking food, you can order from the wide variety of cuisines and restaurants available on delivery apps like Zomato and Swiggy, an easy and hassle-free option. Set up a table in a quiet and quaint corner of your house, decorating it with flowers and a candle to tie up Valentine's Day perfectly. To jazz up the ambience up a notch, pop in some romantic tunes and let it do its magic, leaving your parents in the comfort of each other.


The one with the content creators:


Valentine's Day ideas

If you're a couple who loves to engage in the newest reel trends, especially those themed after couples, this idea is for you. Take an entire evening to create the most entertaining yet romantic content, a fun-filled activity especially for the content creators. Instagram is always booming with reel trends and, Valentine's Day won't be any different. Some songs you can try creating content on are:


1) The Good Part by AJR: Show all your best memories in a video collage format.

2) That's Not My Name by The Tings Tings: Mention all the cheesy nicknames you'll have kept for one another.

3) You by Armaan Malik: The #YouChallenge is one of the most adorable ways to show off your partner or loved one, especially on the special occasion of Valentine's Day.

4) Title by Meghan Trainor: Get your best dance moves out for this humorous yet easy number you can do with your loved one.

5) Bijlee Bijlee by Hardy Sandhu: This Bollywood number is for those couples who vibe to Bollywood and are ready to dance the viral steps.