7 Romantic Dates That Don't Cost a Dime ...

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With the economy the way it is, you may think that you can’t afford to surprise your sweetie with well planned dates as they can be quite costly, but trust me, you can plan fantastic romantic dates that cost nothing.

You can use things you already have and places you can go for free to create an affectionate atmosphere that will bring you two closer.

If you’re trying to keep more money in your wallet, but still want to plan out special dates for that special someone, check out these romantic dates that cost nothing.

1. Photo Tour

Romantic dates that cost nothing don’t have to be boring or mean that you have to stay home.

Take a walk with your partner around the area where you live.

Find all of the interesting or beautiful settings in your locale and hold an impromptu photo shoot in each location.

You can take turns taking pictures of each other or snag a stranger and ask them to snap a few shots of the two of you.

Make your pictures adorable and sweet or cute and silly, but above all, have fun!

Living Room Picnic

Comments:

Heather Jensen
Aww! You could share it on your Facebook wall? :)
Heather Jensen
Seriously! :) Thanks Randi for the comment!
Heather Jensen
Aww! Thanks Kelly!!
Kelly
Well I know what I'm doing tomorrow photo tour. <3 Love this article.
Michelle Pearson
I wish! He is romantic but damn these are good! If only there was a way to send this to him without sending it to him ;-P
User01931438_1351513609_7716
So cute. Now to try and convince the hubs to do any of these!
Anishaia
@Tori Puls, sounds really cool. Have a more long days and so much fun! ;)
Tori Puls
My guy friend always comes up with great ideas for my boyfriend and I. The last one he suggested was to get a piñata and string. Put it up in a park or backyard and go at it! It's great when you had a long day and so much fun to do with your sweetheart :)
Ashley Paul
Loved this, checked and there is a free tour at a winery around me! Thanks!
A Saskia
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