Romantic Birthday Ideas For Your Spouse or Significant Other

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Are you afraid of winding up in the dog house if you screw up your spouse's or significant other's birthday? Do you need ideas for the perfect romantic birthday idea? Finding the right present for your special someone is often a challenge, especially if they don't seem to want anything in particular. Here are some suggestions on finding a gift for your loved one.

For women gifts, you can't ever go wrong with jewelry; unless maybe it's totally outrageous or ugly. It is best to go with a simple design and if you use a stone try to pick one she likes. Gentlemen, if you are not already married, be careful of tiny ring boxes that might give the wrong impression. Rings are usually a symbol of marriage, so find something else until you are ready to pop the question. Getting a ring might have the unintended effect of ruining the whole evening if she gets the wrong message.

Romantic diners are always a good choice too. You could go to a favorite restaurant or make reservations ahead of time for an upscale restaurant. You could even prepare his or her favorite meal at home. Married couples can send the kids to grandma's for the night and turn it into a night all about him or her. Think about when you were first dating and spending time alone.

If you are looking for a fun way to start the evening off, try a fun filled scavenger hunt. This may not sound very romantic, but it can be. Leave little clues around that lead to the birthday present or the birthday dinner.

You could even leave these little clues throughout the day while she or he is at work. They could be included with lots of small gifts such as a single rose or a bracelet (watch if it is for a man). But, be careful. This sort of thing tends to build anticipation for a big surprise. You'd better end the hunt with something he or she has been wanting for awhile. If you want a lavish surprise, end it with a cruise or a wedding proposal (although, a proposal might not be appropriate so you could do that on the cruise).

If extravagant isn't your thing, just make something from the heart. Make a hand made thing with meaning. Make a candle, make a quilt, make a necklace, or a special birthday dessert. You can get as creative as you want.

One lady submitted something she did for her own birthday that turned it into a sexy night for both her and her husband. She blew up bunches of balloons and filled them with little romantic notes like "rub my back" or "kiss me" and various other romantic things to do. She then dressed in a sexy night gown and waited for him to get home. He had to pop the balloons in order to find out what to do next. You could do a spin off of this, if you like. Get creative and it's sure to be memorable whatever you do.

Ricky Dean is a professional article writer for Dinosauric.com. For more birthday party ideas, visit www.dinosauric.com/parties-and-celebrations/birthdays.

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