I think about romance all year-long, but Spring is definitely a season for love. If you live in the north, like me, you crave and anticipate Spring for its warmth and ‘waking up’ of trees and flowers. Things are almost like new again and it puts a ‘spring’ in your step 🙂
There are all kinds of great romantic things to do on a Spring date, such as:
- Walk hand-in-hand through a garden, smelling the new flowers
- Ride a bicycle built for two, through a park
- Eat a romantic dinner at an outside cafe, enjoying the sunset
- Take a long drive in the evening
Have you been romantic all winter and am now planning a wedding?
Feng Shui, the Chinese art of balance, can help you make your wedding lucky with these tips:
- Lots of natural light to shine light into your future together (use sunlight, windows or lights)
- No clocks*
- Use lucky colors (red, purple/violet, black & white, orange, etc.)
*to find out why clocks are unlucky and read about additional tips, click Let Feng Shui Make Your Wedding Lucky
If you are someone who likes the unique, there are many non-traditional wedding venues to choose from:
- Fire station with trucks, sirens and flashing lights
- State parks with waterfalls, woods and wildlife
- A 100-year-old barn with a horse-drawn carriage
*to read more, click 6 Non-Traditional Places to Have a Romantic Wedding
What’s your favorite Springtime romantic activity?
I wish you all a happy and love-filled Spring!