"It is a balance between doing what you know your partner loves and taking a little risk to try something you think they like.The idea that there's still more to learn and be surprised by in your relationship is what fuels the sense of romance." Okay, so your partner says they want to "do something cute." You're probably wondering what exactly that's code for.
"Whether it's the movie you saw, the food you ate, or the place you visited, it's important to have an enjoyable experience and continue to get to know each other," says Dr."Romance is created through affection between the two of you, like compliments, light touching or remembering what your partner likes—like their favorite ice cream or a single stem of their favorite flower," Greer says."Romance can be found when you pay attention to your partner, remember what they like and show them they matter to you." Some romantic ideas for her or for him include: "Flowers and candlelight can be romantic, but so can hot dogs and a baseball game," Boykin says.It's okay to keep it simple the first time you go out with someone.In fact, you might want to go to one of your own favorite places.Whatever you plan to do, make some time to get cozy with a little hot chocolate or some cuddling at the end of the date.