6 Holiday Date Night Ideas

DETAILS: Grey Boyfriend Coat ( similar here and  here) || Red & White Striped Sweater || Grey Denim || Plaid Scarf ( love this one) || Lace Up Rain Boots (similar lace up style here; can’t go wrong with these) || Knit Beanie

CODY’S LOOK: Puffer Fleece Jacket || Black Joggers (he has two pairs of these they are his fave!) || White Henley || Nikes || Industrial Watch

In continuation of our His & Hers date night series (see last date night post here), we’ve created a mix of ideas that are both tried & true traditions and some ‘first timers’ we are excited to try. The holiday season never seems to last long enough. We are often so busy with family events it’s easy to forget to make time for a date night with your significant other. Below are a few Holiday date night ideas:

1. Enjoy the Christmas Lights: We love taking detours while driving home at night to see everyone’s Christmas lights but downtown during December takes the cake. Find the best display of Christmas lights near you and bundle up for a romantic evening. For an extra dose of fun, play along with a Christmas Lights Scavenger hunt – you can find some online or design your own to be as challenging as you want.

2. Ice Skating: No matter your skill level, ice skating is a perfect date idea for both new or established couples. Either way, a few slips here and there are a great excuse for holding on extra tight to your date.

3. Midnight Snowshoeing: A quiet night snowshoeing can create some romantic and incredibly memorable moments.Plus the stars seem to be spectacularly bright during the winter, especially against a fresh snowfall.

4. Festive Productions: If you don’t already have a few festive productions on your list to attend, consider adding one. There is no better way to test your date’s patience than having him sit through the Nutcracker if he doesn’t enjoy ballet, but if you are feeling particularly generous you might consider a local production of The Christmas Carol.

5. Painting: Embrace your artistic side on a fresh canvas of snow. Grab some spray paint or make your own by mixing food coloring and water in a spray bottle.

6. Hot Springs: Midnight hot springs are another great way to catch incredible views without many crowds. If you have some within a reasonable distance, pack some suits (or don’t!) and make a night of it.

What are some of your favorite Holiday date night traditions? If you missed the post featuring our favorite family activities for December you can read more here.
Have a great weekend! Thanks for reading!

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  1. Jade

    Great suggestions! These ideas actually make winter seem tolerable. Also, love the photos!

  2. Natali

    What a beautiful and magical photos!? Love this post, the text is great! Enjoying Christmas lights and ice skating are some of the things that always make me happy every time December kicks off!

  3. Alyson

    ice skating is such a good idea, I’ll have to bring that up with my bf 🙂

    xx Alyson
    The Beauty Vanity

  4. Rachel

    I love this post! It’s such a great idea and the date options are all fun and romantic! There are lots of great holiday options here in Philadelphia, but I really wish we have the hot springs option!


  5. Lauren

    GIRL, you’re scandalous! Midnight naked hot springs dipping? 😉 Seriously though, these ideas are great. I didn’t even know that painting on snow was a thing but I’m definitely going to try it out now!

    Lauren | Disco Daydream

  6. Christina Storm

    Such beautiful photos!! I love your festive look!
    The Style Storm
    <3, Christina

  7. Blue Labels Boutique

    Love this outfit! The pops of red is gorgeous!

  8. Hai Nguyen

    You girl looks beautiful and happy. The outfit looks amazing and i love this combo. I love the sweater and the way you tie your scaft. It’s unique.

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  9. MARY

    love it.

  10. Amy

    I’m curious, who is the photographer behind these more personal (after dark) shots? I can appreciate the art direction and full story your photos always tell enough to believe it’s not just a stranger! Some posts I’ve noticed photog credits for but not all. Just wondering if they double as your assistant and if it is regularly the same person. A behind the scenes post could be a great peek!

    I don’t have a serious blog of my own yet, but am an aspiring art director with photography/set styling professional experience.


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