When Camille at Datevitation reached out with the opportunity to try out the platform, I honestly brushed the idea off at first. Having just ended a five-year long relationship, I wasn’t really feeling up for creating an adorable coupon book to share with a sweetie, much less celebrate Valentine’s Day.
But then I got to thinking…
Why not create a book to celebrate my very best relationship ever?
No, not with my cat. With resident best girl friend April! In the end, I couldn’t resist taking Camille up on the offer and making my own custom love coupon book with Datevitation! A loved one doesn’t need to be a boyfriend or girlfriend, and this Valentine’s Day I’m choosing to celebrate with a loved one all the same.
Datevitation allows you to customize everything, from personal messages to the activities (hence the Pride & Prejudice & Brie reference). You can even plop your own faces in there in lieu of the smiley stick figures! How nifty is that?
But if you’re short on ideas, never fear! Datevitation has a whole library full of date night ideas (over 500!) at your disposal. And not just the romantic kind, either. You can customize your book with ideas for family nights, activities with your kids, or go the route I went: Girls’ Night Out.
Datevitation takes care of the printing and shipping, and I have to say, I’m impressed with the quality of the booklet itself. Perforations! Yay! And did you see the adorable surprise! envelope it came in? Double yay!
Books normally start at $25 (making them adorable, thoughtful, and I-just-graduated-and-have-looming-student-loans friendly), but as a special treat for my followers, you can use the code TEACUP10 for $10 off your purchase plus free shipping (that means you can get your loved one a one-of-a-kind gift for Valentine’s Day starting at just $15!). While the coupon is good through February 27th, the order cut-off date for guaranteed delivery by Valentine’s Day is February 3 so make sure to get your order in before then!
So April and I have some quality time to spend with one another. I highly doubt we can cram a dance class, Jane Austen night, brunch, a wine tasting, and game night into one day, but I think we’ll manage.
Want to win a fully customizable love coupon booklet of your own? Oh ho!
a Rafflecopter giveawayWhat’s a thoughtful way to show a loved one you care without breaking the bank? Let’s make a list of Valentine’s Day (or any day!) ideas in the comments!
*I received a complimentary coupon booklet from Datevitation, but all opinions in this review are my own.