Who says romance has to die when you get married? Whether you are looking for a way to unwind together in the comfort of your home or explore something new, we have a tantalising list of things you can do with your significant other for date night.
Something fun and challenging
If doing something challenging and solving mysteries is your thing, escape rooms are right up your alley. These are designed to help you work as a team or a group of people to solve fun challenges within each room for you to escape to the next one. It's a perfect way to escape into another world and learn a bit more about each other, or simply have fun.
Picnic in the sky
Good food, great conversation and a view to beautiful for words is what this one is all about. If you are not afraid of heights, try hot air ballooning to give you a different perspective. Furthermore, you can take this experience and make it your own in a way that sees fit.
Another item on this list that is not for the faint-hearted but is guaranteed to give you a good adrenaline rush is skydiving. Forcing yourself to step outside of your comfort can make for some interesting memories. It can also be used to face your fears. A bucket list must-have if you have not done it.
Turning up the heat
Take your dinner nights to the next level with a couple of truth or dare nights. You can choose to create your own truth or dares before your romantic evening in or get some inspiration from couple cards and apps. Agreeing on something that you will both have to do should a person pass on a truth or dare is up to you. Remember to keep it fun and light-hearted.
Restaurant hopping or a travelling supper is perfect when it comes to travelling with your significant other to restaurants that you haven't explored but have been interested in seeing. Having a three-course meal planned for the evening but eating it at different places can make anyone feel like an explorer in their own city.
Glamping together for the weekend
If you are looking for an escape that feels like camping, but with a luxurious experience to it, glamping could be the solution for you. Although it may require planning in advance, especially if you have children, it can be a great way to have a change of scenery. Remember to take up fun activities that are on offer.