How to celebrate the most romantic day of the year with your long-distance partner
The most romantic day of the year, Valentine’s Day is almost here. It is the best day of the year for couples to celebrate their love and indulge in some particular time together. But it’s not always as easy for long-distance lovers. Long-distance relationships are tricky in many ways, and especially on holidays, but Valentine’s Day is particularly hard for couples living miles apart. Since the whole point is to spend this day with your significant other, Long Distance Moving Experts have prepared for you some ideas on how to celebrate your long-distance love.
Don’t forget the ‘I love you’ call
You call your partner every day, but on this special day, don’t forget that romantic “I just called to say I love you” phone call. In fact, you could call exactly when the clock strikes midnight. Hearing you say “I love you” as soon as they wake up can beat any expensive gift. This phone call will undoubtedly make them feel unique and more loved, and it will set a happy tone for the whole day.
Send a video note
Create a video clip of yourself expressing your feelings for your sweetheart and how special they make you feel. Email this clip to them, and we guarantee you that they will cherish it for life.
Write handwritten love letters
If you time it right, you could plan to send at least two hand-written letters that can arrive at your partner’s workplace, and then to their home, making you the most qualified, romantic, and thoughtful partner around. Receiving a letter with the “I love you so much” text typed is very different than receiving the same message in your lover’s actual handwriting. After all, it’s Valentine’s Day, be a poet.
Plan an adorable surprise for your partner
You and your partner will be apart Valentine’s Day, so try to contact either their coworker or roommate to set up something special. Send them a surprise pair of tickets to a game or a concert, or a delivery of their favorite lunch to work. It’s a simple way to say, “I’m thinking of you!” In this way, even though you are not exactly spending the day together, you will put your best love language on display to show how much you care.
Watch a movie together
You’re might be far apart, but you can still enjoy some Netflix together. Thanks to technology, you will be able to choose a movie that you will both want to watch, hit play at the same time and snuggle up on the couch. As you’re watching a film, you can text each other, and it’ll be like you’re enjoying it in the same place!
Surprise your partner by visiting them
Showing up unplanned on their doorstep on Valentine’s Day is one of the best gifts you can give your loved one. Also, this is one of the most romantic things you can do for your long-distance lover. So book a trip and spend the special day with the one you love most. And don’t worry too much about the gift, it’s about the effort and the intention that matters more. Think of the emotion you want to create, and then choose one of these ideas to make the best memories this Valentine’s day.
Move in together
Even with all the acts of love you can think of, the fact remains that long-distance relationships take extra effort. So this Valentine’s Day, consider suggesting to move in together. Whether they are the one moving in with you, or you are the one taking this step, remember that Long Distance Moving Experts are here to help you turn your long-distance relationship around.