Valentine’s Day Ideas for Boyfriend


Does He Work 60 Hours a Week?

Plan a weekend getaway trip

A few days away at a local getaway is the perfect way to recharge your boyfriend or husband. This gift is a bit of a splurge, but it's a welcome surprise for overworked guys.

Fool him by buying a piece of luggage or a travel case and presenting that to him wrapped up as his Valentine's Day present. If you're giving him luggage, pack enough clothing inside for two days away and print out a piece of paper with the hotel or ticket confirmation and place it on top. For a travel case, add in a travel toothbrush, mini toothpaste and a nice set of men's travel cosmetics with the travel confirmation on top. Make sure you tell him to open it.

Then, watch as his face lights up when he realizes what the real gift is!

Give Him a Trophy

Best boyfriend in the world

One of the best Valentine's Day ideas for boyfriend is to give him a trophy proclaiming "Best boyfriend in the world". I believe there is no better gift for a man than to massage his ego. You might say that I am a woman of today and I do not need to do that. But still, I suggest for one day in the whole year, you can make him feel like a "superman" and you will reap its benefits for the rest of the days.

Cook for Him

The best way to a man's heart is through his stomach

As the old cliche goes, "the best way to a man's heart is through his stomach". You will undoubtedly be the coolest girlfriend or wife around when you brighten his Valentine's Day with delicious food. A woman needs love, care, protection, companionship, blah blah blah! But if you are wondering what a man needs? Food, sex and newspaper... Since reading newspaper will be damn boring and sex is something you have to decide depending upon your age and how deep you are into the relationship. So giving him delicious, home-cooked food is the best option. When planning a dinner for him, lay great emphasis on the surroundings as well. For example, keep candles on the table and good wine glasses.

Not Only Saying "I love You", But Showing It

Love is behaving lovingly through continual, unconditional giving

What? Leave out the chocolates and the hearts and pink stuff? Ladies, if you give your man a day like this, I promise each of you that he will feel that nothing is wanting. It is important for even well-meaning girlfriends and wives to admit to themselves (so they don't just keep trying to express their affection in a way that won't get results), that a lot of that stuff is the kind of thing THEY like, and that their men are totally different, simple, creatures.