Hello friends for all the hype surrounding Valentine’s Day, the truth is that most guys get by doing the bare minimum for their significant others. This year, to prove your partner wrong, treat her to a complete and well thought-out evening she won’t forget. Cause generally, women say they receive relatively ordinary treatment during most of their Valentine dates. We’re talking about the intangibles here the forethought and care that money can’t buy, but that matter to her more than any expensive Valentine’s gift. To make this evening a memorable one, spoil her with the little things that she probably forgot even mattered to her.
Prepare for the date
Special date will require you to clean up nice. It might be a good idea to buy yourself a new shirt or sweater, something you know she’d like even if it’s not exactly what you’d wear if it were up to you. Think about it: how do you react when she buys a new sexy dress? Once you are dressed and ready to go, stop at the local flower shop to buy her a dozen of the best-looking red roses. Go ahead and pop a breath mint before you show up. She’ll smell the mint and know you took that extra step, and she’ll love it. Yes, this applies even if you’re married.
While doing so, present her with the roses and a hello kiss. These little details of opening the car door and handing her roses might seem like fussy details to many men, but for Valentine’s Day, this is the crucial stuff, the stuff she remembers and tells her friends about.
Getting the restaurant right
Opt for a small and quiet restaurant instead of a busy, mainstream one, and good lighting is key. Make reservations at least 2 weeks in advance to get a table at the ideal time. She’ll love you for choosing a low-light or candle-lit environment that she feels most attractive in. Don’t go somewhere that plays loud music, like a supper club or a trendy new restaurant where people wait three-deep at the bar before their tables free up. You need to be able to hear each other speak.
Once you’ve settled in, perused the menu and ordered your first course and drinks, turn your focus completely to her. Instead of asking her about mundane daily activities (how’s work? how was your week?), start a conversation focused — without being overbearing — on her needs. Ask her what she likes to eat or drink. Ask her what her future plans are. In other words, tailor the conversation around her the entire evening.
When entering the restaurant, take care of opening the door and asking the host to be seated. Taking care of such simple details like opening the door and letting her in before you will set the evening apart from conventional dates. Many might say these details are exaggerated and useless, but women generally like a man with good manners.
When coffee and dessert is being served, find out what she feels like doing next. Pick up the tab, and head back out to whatever next step in the night is waiting for you.