Valentine’s Day is just a week away (Tuesday, Feb. 14, in case you forgot). Maybe you’re planning a special evening out on the town with your partner, but many people choose to stay in and have a quiet, romantic dinner. It might take a little more work, but an evening in can be just as special. Our Valentine’s Day microsite, featuring Young Classics Dining, gives you 10 tips for making it successful. Among them:
-Display photos of past important events together, like your first date, vacation or wedding. These are memory cues to reminisce about those times that brought you two closer together.
-Fragrance sticks: Studies show that men are receptive to fragrances of gardenia, freesia, fresh shower or fresh linen. Or, if you know of a scent that he loves, use it.
-A heart-shaped topiary in the center of the table makes a statement, but leave room on the server for flowers from him.
Young Classics Dining is the ideal setting for romance. Elegant and intimate, it’s perfect for entertaining. The server’s built-in outlets help keep the chocolate fondue, or another dish, warm and ready.
For more Valentine’s Day tips, visit the microsite at www.aspenhome.net/MyValentine.