Stumped about how to show your love to that special someone this Valentine's Day? Whether you're demure or daring and looking for steals or splurges, we've got you covered with these sexy Valentine's Day ideas.
Read on for unexpected yet simple Valentine's Day ideas that will make your cutie swoon. These simple yet unexpected gestures will make your Valentine melt!
Ramp up His Anticipation to See You
Build suspense for a risque evening by treating your lover to a sexy surprise. Make their heart race with these tips that will have them counting down the seconds until they come home to you.
Order a pantygram and have it sent to your significant others workplace if you're feeling daring. He'll crack up with his colleagues at the lacy, red skivvies, but secretly get turned on. For only $24.95, it won't break the budget, but will be worth every penny.
Sexy Text Message
Send a naughty text with the sensual details of whats in store for him when he gets home. Keep the message specific yet short to pique his interest. Include a cheeky photo - for example, like one of your lips or lingerie - if you're feeling especially amorous.
Note: Don't send any tawdry e-mails to their work e-mail account since many companies keep a record of incoming and outgoing mail!
Shower him with kisses by putting on bright red or pink lipstick and smooching post-it notes. Write a note on the post-its that there's more where those came from and stick them in his laptop bag and wallet when he's not looking. Sneak in a few Hershey's Kisses if you have some on hand too.
Profess Your Love
Make your partner melt with these small and inexpensive gestures of love that have a big impact.
Silence speaks volumes
Say I Love You without speaking a word. Spray paint these three little words with your lovers name in red paint on the snow or spell it out with rose petals or heart shaped confetti on your bed. Scribble it on the sidewalk with colorful chalk for a playful touch.
Take a cue from romantic classics like Pretty Woman and Say Anything by serenading your significant other and sweeping them off their feet. If you can't spend Valentine's Day together, try uploading your performance on YouTube and send it to them.
Even if your shower singing is capable of shattering mirrors, your lover will appreciate the effort.
Get inked with your lovers name painlessly and for the cost of pennies. Use henna, a temporary dye, to create a non-permanent tattoo or order a customized tattoo online. Choose a seductive spot like the nape of your neck, above your hip bone, or ankle and watch their jaw drop when you reveal your work of art.
Satisfy Their Sweet Tooth
No Valentines Day is complete without the almighty trifecta of sugar, chocolate, and candy. Indulge your sweetie with red and pink goodies galore.
Get creative with your Valentine's Day meals with these ideas, then top it off with a sweet ending.
Breakfast in Bed
Serve your partner breakfast in bed to set the tone for a heart-y Valentine's Day. Use heart shaped cookie cutters to make heart shaped pancakes or French toast. Add red food coloring to the pancake batter for an extra touch.
Since Valentine's Day falls on a Tuesday this year, you'll both probably have to get out the door for work on time. Keep breakfast easy, but special by getting creative with a classic. These bacon egg toast cups take minutes to prepare and can bake while you get ready.
Romantic Dinner Ideas
Cook a three course meal for your Valentine. foods. We love the sexy supper menu Expert Rachel Hollis shares - it's simple, tasty and romantic.
Chocolate Aphrodisiac Dessert
Make delicious chocolate mousse and serve it with strawberries, bananas, marshmallows and cookies. According to BBC News, chocolate contains phenylethylamine, which is an alkaloid that can serve as a mild sexual stimulant.
Make the meal even more sensual by feeding each other or sitting side-by-side instead of across from one another.
Not a mousse fan? Try Rachel's Berry Chocolatey Cupcakes instead.
Create a Memory to Remember for Years to Come
Reminiscing about all of your old memories with your lover is sweet, but experiencing something new with them on February 14th will officially cement your spot as the best partner ever.
Blast from the Past
Take your significant other for a spin on the Ferris Wheel at an amusement park. The bright lights and dizzying heights are ultra-romantic. Play old-school shooting games where you win a prize and snack on hot dogs or cotton candy--you'll both have a blast unleashing your inner child.
The inventor of the Ferris Wheel, George Washington Gale Ferris Jr., was born on Valentine's Day.
According to Time magazine, adrenaline secreted during emotional experiences ramps up your sensory system and helps couples bond. This Valentine's Day, try something exciting with your lover that you've both never done before. Ideas include: sky diving, jet skiing, horseback riding, or rock climbing.
Transform your home into a private oasis where you and your sweetie can escape the outside world for a day. Set up an indoor picnic and create a tent with blankets. Soak in a tub filled with rose petals and give your partner a soothing massage.
If you want to try something even more extravagant, rent a hot tub for the night and have it installed in your living room.