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So Valentine’s Day has come around, and all the tables in your nearby restaurants are booked up, or perhaps you and your loved one jus aren’t feeling like getting dressed up to go out. But the question arises; how do you enjoy Valentine’s Day without leaving the house? Here’s our top tips on enjoying this Wednesday without breaking the bank or leaving the house.


Buying a meal deal seems to be the go-to these days when spending Valentine’s Day at home. But where’s the fun in that? Making pizza together is a brilliant way to spend some time together, have some fun and ultimately create a great tasting pizza at the end of it. If you want to stay in the true spirit of Valentine’s Day, why not create a love themed pizza with a romantic heart shaped design for your loved one?


If perhaps it’s just you this Valentine’s Day, then why not celebrate your single status in style with a home movie night for yourself? Stock up on Ben & Jerry’s, Nutella, strawberries and marshmallows and choose yourself a film to fully enjoy your solo night in. Valentine’s doesn’t always have to be about romantic love, so celebrate a bit of self love with your DIY home cinema night.


If you are sharing Valentine’s Day with a loved one however, then stock up twice as much and get ready for 3 hours of debating which movie to watch. If you’ve just made your home-made pizza, settle down in front of the TV and cuddle up to your loved one whilst snacking on your romantic creation. A shared movie night is also a great way to spend your Valentine’s Day, making a romantic night in.


Our final tip on creating a truly unforgettable night in is a bottle of Prosecco, a hot bath and a LOT of candles (be wary of the fire hazard though!). Creating the feel of a luxurious spa in your own home is a truly unforgettable way to transform your bathroom into a 5 star spa. Relax with a glass of bubbly, some sweet snacks and your favourite person.


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