Seriously, I did this after we had been married for a couple months and we stayed up playing video games until 3 am . Some other fun theme ideas: Mexican, Asian, Christmas, Kid’s theme, 1950’s (or any decade), etc, etc.
It’s always so fun to go back and remember all the things that have happened in the last year. Buy some PVC pipe from a hardware store and make your guns. Ask friends and family for recommendations or find some of the most popular ones. Make indoor s’mores and tinfoil dinners in your oven. Sneak outside (if you have kids, make sure they are asleep) and build a snowman or have a snowball fight.
Try doing it together as a team or make it a competition and compete against each other to see who has the better record. Pop some popcorn and watch You Tube videos all night. If you fall asleep, you can always pick up where you left off in the morning. If you don’t have kids, watch some kid movies, play with Play Doh, and eat chicken nuggets and mac and cheese.
🙂 Guarantee your husband will play Yahtzee like his life depends on it just so he can win. Play this fun Love Match game using personal things from your relationship.
Make it interesting by adding a rule that the loser of each game has to lose one piece of clothing.
Make bets on who will win and choose a fun prize for the winner.
Eat nachos and hot dogs and cheer for your favorite team. Use Google or You Tube to learn some proper techniques and get to rubbing! Have a “finger foods only” dinner and feed each other. Invest in an ice cream maker or a bread maker (you can actually get some pretty decent ones for really cheap at a local thrift store or consignment store) and invent your own concoctions. And if it’s too cold, spread a quilt out on the floor, make some sandwiches, and keep your picnic indoors. This is funniest if you can find some heart-wrenching ballads to belt out. It will be such a fun reminder of how much you love each other as you drink from it each morning (oh, how I love cute, cheesy love! Many Singaporean couples have difficulty finding ideas for interesting dates that will add that something more to their relationship. But with a little bit of effort, you can actually have a lot of fun in Singapore. Whisper sweet nothings to one another at St Paul’s Cathedral Whispering Gallery.73. Pop the question at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium using an “underwater” proposal service.76. Get an eyeful of sequins, feather boas and more at a saucy burlesque show. Marvel at the Kyoto Japanese Garden in Holland Park.88. Go ice-skating in Somerset House’s stunning courtyard (open from November to January). Go star-gazing at the Royal Observatory Greenwich's planetarium. Enjoy theatre under the stars at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. You'll get a blast of nostalgia of your young carefree days and also be able to share that side of yourself with your partner.