4 Budget Friendly Valentine’s Day Resources
Valentine’s Day is coming up soon. Did you budget for Valentine’s Day this year? If you did, I’ve been searching the web and the blog archives to share my favorite ideas with you. You don’t have to spend a lot to let the people you love most know that you care about them. Below you’ll find 4 blogs that have shared great ideas for Valentine’s Day on a budget. I’ve already added a few of these ideas to my list for Valentine’s Day this year.
4 Blog Resources
- 33 Creative and Cheap Valentine’s Day Ideas from Part-Time Money– 33 ideas?! Surely, you can find a couple that you like. I’m loving the hand-written letter, a new plant, or a walk together. All great ideas and budget friendly.
- 7 Ideas for a Budget Friendly Valentine’s Day from Brides.com– This list is great for recently engaged couples or newlywed’s. All the ideas are budget friendly. Number 7 is very thoughtful – spend Valentine’s Day with somebody who doesn’t have their own Valentine to cuddle up with that day.
- 11 Romantic and Budget Friendly Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day from The Penny Hoarder– 11 more ideas for the couple looking to celebrate Valentine’s Day without breaking the bank.
- 7 Inexpensive and Lovable Valentine’s Day Ideas for Kids from Mom Rewritten– I couldn’t forget about this kids. 😉 Julie, from Mom Rewritten, shares a few great ideas that involve the little ones in your life. My favorite idea that I’ll include this year is Valentine’s Day breakfast. Whether you have children or not, Valentine’s Day breakfast is a great way to start a special day – send the ones you love out into the world with full bellies and full hearts.
Use your time wisely this year and plan ahead for Valentine’s Day. Use a few budget friendly ideas to show those special to you how much you love them. Your bank account with thank you at the end of February.