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Grab your spouse…it’s date night! This time you are traveling to Europe- but no need to pack bags or buy plane tickets! “Travel” to 4 different European countries and have a fun activity in each one. Includes printables!
EUROPE DATE NIGHT!
Our Date Box Exchange at our girls Valentine’s party a few weeks ago was so much fun! Everyone was told to bring a Date Box with a creative date idea for under $15. With a small budget, we all had to get creative!
Since I love Europe, I decided to create a European-themed Date Box. I was inspired by this Dating Passport I found online and tweaked the idea a bit to create an awesome date night with activities for each country.
I found this cute bag at the Target Dollar Spot. Gosh, that place is dangerous. I can hardly ever leave Target without a few impulse buys from those aisles.
I printed up a little tag with “I Love You” in French, German, Italian, and English–since those are the countries that the couple who received my date box would be visiting. 🙂
Trip Around the World!
Inside the gift bag I put a little paper bag with the instructions, activity, and supplies for each country’s date activity.
The France Date:
Visit an Art Exhibit, take a parisian bubble bath, and practice the French kiss. Answer the French-themed relationship questions.
The Switzerland Date:
Hike a local peak and take a picture at the highest point. Eat Swiss Chocolates along the way. Answer the Switzerland-themed relationship questions.
The Italian Date:
Go to a fountain and throw in a coin while making a wish. After that, play Bocce ball or go bowling. The winner gets gelato! Answer the Italian-themed relationship questions.
The England Date:
Read love poems (included) to each other and then write each other a love letter to open later. Answer the English-themed relationship questions.
I’ve created a word document that you are welcome to edit and switch up if you’d like to do this European themed creative date night. Some of the activities are for local venues, but they are general enough that you could find a similar activity near you. The questions and poems will work for anyone.
P.S. Some of my other favorite creative date ideas that showed up that night were: an indoor fire kit + smore ingredients, movie and game night boxes with Redbox codes, and a bookstore date.
For more Valentine’s Day ideas, check out the Valentine’s Day Archives here. xoxo!