A romantic date!

@grenzy8 (183)
Philippines
July 25, 2012 9:35am CST
Our wedding anniversary is coming so soon, I am planning to surprise my wife for a date. How would I make a romantic date that she will never forget?
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• United States
25 Jul 12
candle light dinner, serve her the food, soft music in the background. ask her what she would like to do for the night maybe a movie or something see what she wants, Umm hmm I dont know maybe go somewhere where you can watch the sunset have a picnic. Hope something i wrote helps you find an idea.
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• India
25 Jul 12
Nice, candle light dinner is the best. And also with private called musician who sing your song. very romantic
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• United States
26 Jul 12
That would be very sweet.
@svjomboy (876)
• Philippines
25 Jul 12
Wow happy anniversary in advance, as a wife i would prefer candle light dinner and give her a flowers and a romantic music with champaigne...i think that could help. But we have a lot of options how could the date was very romantic, you can do picnic also or go to cinemas.... Good luck for your upcoming date on your anniversary!!!
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@34momma (13896)
• United States
25 Jul 12
just make sure you idea of romance is the same as hers. is she a candle light dinner out kind of girl? or does she prefer a home made meal at home while snuggling on the couch? once you know what she would consider romance then you can plan a nice day or night around all the things she would like to do....
@jricky1 (6809)
• China
26 Jul 12
Well,i think it would be a great date if you two can go a place that you decided to get married.To arrange an romantic restaurant and just enjoy you two of the great moments.To recall all your memories,it would be very fresh to you guys.Hope this can help.
• United States
25 Jul 12
What your wife might find to be the most romantic date, might not be what others think. To me, the most romantic things my husband could do would be to tell me he planned for us to have the day off work, take me out for a picnic, hand me tickets to the zoo or aquarium. Maybe take me to a concert. I love being outside and I love wandering around looking at the animals and I love live music. I would find him making me a dinner he knows I enjoy equally romantic... Fancy restaurants, jewelry, chocolates and flowers are nice and all, but I think they tend to be overdone and cliche. Lots of women love them, but if my husband sent me flowers for every occasion I might get a little fussy about it. Getting advice from other is nice and all, but the best source of information is your wife... I'm sure she will be willing to give you some ideas of things you can do together. It's a shared celebration, it should involve shared planning. :) Good luck finding something both of you will enjoy, and happy anniversary!
• India
25 Jul 12
That is very sweet and caring on your part that you are showing this much concern for your wife on your anniversary. I would suggest you to plan and recollect her thoughts of what makes her happy. If it is scenic beauty, do include it in your agenda with keeping some special hours for that which will add fragrance to your date. Also I know your wife must be fond of small babies. If you could just try and get into some small play school/crest on the occasion and get your gifts handed over to her by small kids, she would really cherish those moments for sure. Good luck.
@Hatley (164654)
• Garden Grove, California
25 Jul 12
hi grenzy8 Take her out to that restaurant you wanted to go to but was a bit pricey then ask them to bake an anniversary cake specially fpr the two of you, and have them put a bouquet of red roses and candles at your table. get a roving musician to sing your song to you both. happy anniversary.