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Perhaps you've fallen in love with your boyfriend and you want to tell him in a special way. Or maybe it's Valentine's Day and you want to share a wonderful evening with your girlfriend. Or possibly you want to show how much you love your wife and have decided to surprise her in an extraordinary way. Or perhaps you've decided that you want more of a commitment in your relationship and you've decided to pop the question. While reserving a table at a fancy restaurant—even a four-star restaurant—would signal that a significant event is about to take place, planning a romantic dinner at home says "I love you" on a deeper level.
There is more to cooking a romantic dinner than throwing a few steaks on the grill and chilling a bottle of wine, however. Planning a romantic dinner involves actual planning and preparation, especially if you want it to be a surprise for your spouse or date. Here are some tips for planning your next romantic dinner:
As the dinner begins, compliment your guest on his choice of attire, and thank him for taking time to have dinner with you. Be attentive to her needs, offering her more food and beverage. Don't forget dessert. If you want to create passion later on in the boudoir with your spouse, perhaps you could take strawberries and chocolate with you!