Celebration ideas when you’re unattached
Who says February 14 is just for the lovey–dovey duos? Put a twist on Cupid’s classic day by gathering your unattached friends and family for a Valentine’s Day singles party. You can fill the hearts of all your party guests with our easy–to–follow tips.
Throw a Valentine’s Day singles partySave the passion and romance for your favorite daytime soaps. Host a smashing singles bash filled with flirtation and fun. Send some Valentine’s Day party invitations to girlfriends, guy friends, crushes and co–workers—anyone who checks the single box. Set the mood by adorning your table with irresistible desserts, such as festive cupcakes and chocolates. Load up your iPod® with the latest party–starting hits. And let the mingling madness begin.
Let’s hear it for the girlsWhile chocolates, dinner and dancing with your sweetie can be a treat, a day of pampering for you and your best gal pals is something to swoon over. Create a mani/pedi party in your home or at the spa. Eat delicious chocolates paired with your favorite wine—and here’s the kicker—do it guilt–free. Set the evening aside for sushi and sake or getting comfy on the couch with a classic romantic comedy movie. You can even hold a small gift exchange or create valentines together. Voila! You’ve created a day as fun and unique as your friendships.
Give love backTake the day—traditionally devoted to just one—to dote on many people in your community. This February 14, share your love at a hospital, senior citizens’ organization or animal shelter. Invite friends or that special someone to join you in making a positive difference on Valentine’s Day.