Do you celebrate Valentines Day? And if so, how? Of course everyone is different, and no doubt there is no exception when it comes to this special occasion, but Rattan Direct are seeking to discover more about Valentines Day preferences and habits by carrying out a survey.
(Click here to take the survey)
The survey asks questions such as how and where you would choose to spend Valentines Day, how much your budget usually is, who you think should organise and pay for the date, and what your thoughts are on this special occasion. Do you think it is all a making money con, or do you throw your heart and soul into it? Would you rather go out to the cinema, have a nice meal, head to a bar for a few drinks, snuggle on the sofa for a cosy night in, or spend the evening having some time to yourself? Do you think under £100 is ample enough budget or do you splash the cash to the extreme and budget £500 plus for it?!
Personally, I think the budget range should have started much lower; the first option was 0-£100, which I honestly think is a massive range and imagine most people I know would fall somewhere in this category probably! If I were celebrating, I would say a budget (well) under £50 would be enough.
I personally think both people in a couple should treat each other equally, so if one person organises and pays then that shouldn’t always be the same person! Or plan the ideal night together and split the cost. For me, equality all the way…
As for what I would choose to do, all of the options sounded nice to be honest! I think it’s more about spending time together than about what you do specifically.
And what do I think of Valentines Day generally? Well, I think it’s nice for couples to spend time together obviously! But I also think that should be something that occurs regularly, not just a big gesture on one day of the year. I admit that I do think Valentines Day is over commercialised, but then again, it is what you choose to make it!
*Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written in collaboration with Rattan Direct.*
7 thoughts on “Valentines Day: What Do Women Really Want?”
The survey got me thinking more about V-day and everything that it means. I agree that couples should spend time together regularly, but it’s nice to have a day that is set aside, just in case you can’t normally do it.
I know what you mean! Sometimes the simple things are the best anyway ?? x
Unfortunately, after having kids, Valentine’s Day isn’t much romantic fun. I have to prepare treats and decorations for class parties and home celebrations. Going out is never great on Vday, overpriced, overcrowded, cheesy and not so special. I think my favorite would just be some flowers and a quiet night at home.
I agree that spending time together is the best thing! Gifts are extra nice but only if it is something you actually like. I love Valentine’s Day. Another opportunity to show love ?
That’s a lovely way of thinking of it!
I agree! I think it is nice for couples to spend time together but it does not have to be an extravagant occasion always.
Exactly, so true! Thanks for reading x