It’s cold. It’s rainy. What could be worse than sitting around ordering chow mein alone on the national day of love? Valentine’s Day can be a bit of a downer when you don’t have anyone to spend it with, right? Wrong. Don’t fret—you’re not the least bit alone. According to the 2005 Census, 41% of Americans over the age of 18 are unmarried and single. That means that this February 14th is a great day to get together with friends and family who are also single to enjoy each other’s company.
Further, it is an excellent opportunity to go ahead with some creative planning ideas. Might I recommend a game of Secret Cupid? This is a fun and exciting thing to do on a very gift-giving type of holiday. It’s just a Valentine’s Day version of Secret Santa, but it’s the perfect way for single friends and family to give and get Valentine’s Day Gifts.
Gone are the days when singles watched their “attached” friends and family pick out romantic gifts for loved ones on Valentine’s Day. With a simple and fun activity like Secret Cupid, Valentine’s presents are for everyone.
As far as great gift ideas for a game of Secret Cupid, think simple but useful. Picture frames and photo albums are perfect. As are business card holders, clocks, pens and pencils, book ends, flasks, and the like. With these little Valentine’s Day gift ideas, your game of Secret Cupid will be fun and exciting.