You could suggest playing a ‘get to know you’ game or share your favorite music.This is a good opportunity to spend quality time together and get to know each other better in a non-distracting setting.What if she gets you a nice, thoughtful gift and you have nothing for her?What if you get her something a little Fortunately you have a pretty easy one going in, because women love presents.Pick a restaurant that has a long wait list but you were slick enough to swing by early on and ask the owner for a little help.That says, “It may be early, but I want to see this last longer.” As for the present, keep it simple – maybe a book they have talked about reading or a bottle of wine they have been dying to try.Page 1 of 2Everyone has been in this situation: You just started dating someone only to find out their birthday is right around the corner. Here you are, with a new relationship and just as you're getting to know the person, their birthday rolls up out of nowhere and leaves you wondering about the gift.As if deciding what to wear on dates isn’t hard enough, now you’re stuck deciding what gift to buy – or even you should get them anything at all – for their birthday.
"I’d suggest cooking a nice candlelit meal at home.
Getting the perfect gift might seem impossible, but a little thoughtfulness goes a long way.
For new couples, the best V-Day gift-buying strategy is to keep your significant other's interests in mind, while not going over the top.
It doesn't have to be, like, Kanye or anything either--if you've got any kind of music venue near you, see what kind of acts they have within the next month or so that you'd both want to go to.
(This goes for any type of entertainment, by the way--it could be for a museum, a play, or even a movie you know they want to see but probably wouldn't buy tickets for.) You can stick said tickets, whatever they may be for, inside of this cute-but-not-cutesy Fetty Wap card.