Make a list of things you can do for the Valentine's Day treat. For instance, ask yourself, can you cook, sing, sew, repair, buy or craft something your partner likes? Remember, whatever you do for your loved one has to be something sweet, punctuated with love and wrapped with affection.
If you are thinking of getting a cake, keep your Valentine's preferences in mind and get something romantic like dark chocolate or red velvet with a personalized message for your partner.
Red is the color of the day and you can easily find small ribbons, flowers and other decoration pieces to set up your living room or bed room.
It is a good idea to buy some beautiful red roses, red heart-shaped balloons, red essence candles and a red velvet sheet to decorate your dining area as well.
Once you have everything you need, arrange the decorations properly, tie the balloons with dining chairs and cover the dining table with the red velvet sheet.
Place the cake in the center of your dining table with the essence candles around it and the lovely red roses surrounding the table.
Without giving any hint, ask your valentine to come to the dining area. It will be even more surprising if you set everything up before your partner wakes up in the morning.
You can play your partner's favorite music in the background as well and start the day in a romantic way. Remember, Valentine's Day is about pampering your significant other as much as you can.