35 Winter Date Ideas

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Winter is right around the corner!!!

Are you as excited as I am!? Here in Southern California, even our “fall season” can get up to 85 degrees and that just doesn’t feel fair to me! I LOVE the wintertime because the weather is cooler, the cocoa is hot, and the possibilities for falling even more in love with my husband seem endless. It feels like magic is in the air and I want to soak up every second of it. If you need some great date ideas for winter, try these:

  • Go Ice Skating

  • Make and enjoy some S’mores

  • Treat yourselves to a Couples Massages

  • Have a snowball fight (if you can!)

  • Play Quirkle

  • Cozy up next to the fireplace and go through some of the questions from our book

  • Write a letter to each other and read it in a year from now

  • Go to a hockey game

  • Write your bucket list together. (Need ideas? Here’s our list!)

  • Go for a weekend ski / snowboard trip

  • Go for a weekend “intimacy” trip and spend the entire weekend indoors together

  • Light a fire, make some popcorn, put on a classic Christmas movie, and cuddle

  • Go sledding together and get dessert after

  • Build a fort and be “together” in it

  • Take a cooking class together then try out your new skills at home

  • Go to a trampoline park together

  • Spend an evening serving dinner at a homeless shelter

  • Snuggle up on the couch and watch The Family Man… and have a box of tissues handy!

  • Take salsa lessons

  • Go indoor rock climbing

  • Go to an art museum then go to dinner after and talk about what you saw

  • Have a nerf gun war in the house!

  • Go to a comedy show

  • Visit your local farmers market

  • Make out on your couch by the fire after the kids are asleep

  • Book a couples yoga lesson

  • Make hot chocolate from scratch and get creative when it comes to the toppings

  • Go wine tasting and enjoy the seasonal flavors

  • Spend a Saturday morning making waffles, coffee, and watching Hallmark channel or playing card games

  • Go on a couples dinner cruise and enjoy the city lights

  • Plan a weekend getaway to somewhere warm

  • Cuddle while you reflect on your favorite memories from this year

  • Picture it: holiday themed lingerie, flickering candles in your room, music on low… need I say more?

  • Do a puzzle together by the fire and talk about what makes you a great team and why you love each other

  • Find a cookbook and plan a winter meal together (appetizers, dinner, dessert). Go shopping for the ingredients (and hold hands a lot). Then cook together and enjoy your winter themed meal! ☺️


Written by Anna Collins
Anna Collins lives in sunny Southern California with her husband and two children. She is passionate about her marriage, staying at home with her kids, writing, coffee, good conversation, and game night. Her life dream is to someday write a book and see it published.



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