10 No-Pressure Christmas Date Ideas

10 No Pressure Christmas Date Ideas

Twinkling Christmas lights and high, holiday spirits make the perfect backdrop for an exciting Christmas date. However, you shouldn't rush a good thing. Taking a new love home for the holidays to meet Mom and Dad can kill a blooming romance. Stick to no pressure date ideas that won't make you, or your sweetheart, uncomfortable. These ten holiday date ideas may make a good roster for cozy, Christmas snuggling with built-in brilliance.

Holiday Concerts:

Holiday music is romantic, nostalgic and it gives the heart a happy glow. Score a pair of tickets for a symphonic concert or a local production of the Nutcracker Suite. Avoid ultra-loud venues that make flirtatious conversation impossible. Skip the monster truck rallies and heavy metal concerts.

Christmas Tree Lighting:

Invite your love interest to attend your city's official tree lighting. Prepare to steal a kiss when the lights begin to shine. Don't forget the digital camera. Snap photos of the two of you standing near the tree.

Christmas Light Tours:

Stash a thermos of hot cocoa and box of cookies in your car, and then take a leisurely drive through glittering, neighborhood light shows. Consult your local newspaper or internet for a list of light tour areas and scout out neighborhoods before the big date to avoid driving around town aimlessly. You shouldn't waste your date time looking for Christmas lights! If you prefer, make your Christmas light date a walking one. Find a good walking path or view the lights while sitting on a park bench.

Sleigh Rides:

If you aim to impress, hire a sleigh for Christmas. Contact a sleigh or horse-drawn coach company to reserve a spot and go for the extras like music or a bit of eggnog. Daytime or nighttime, a sleigh ride is extremely romantic and memorable.

Holiday Baking:

Appeal to his sweet tooth by inviting him in for some one on one baking. Show her you're handy with candy by whipping up your favorite holiday treats. Make decadent fudge, chocolate-dipped pretzels and sugar cookies together. Share some mouth-watering creations while viewing classic holiday movies or listening to your favorite Christmas tunes.

Christmas Parades:

It's hard to feel pressured when you've got a parade cheering you on. Bring a bag and reach for the flying Christmas candy, together. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the holidays while participating in some exciting, community spirit.

Soup Kitchens:

Take the pressure off one another by spending some holiday time together volunteering at a soup kitchen. Food pantries and homeless shelters would welcome the extra pairs of hands. It's also a good way to take the focus off expensive gift buying for one another.

Snow Play:

Pretend your kids again and spend a snowy afternoon sledding down snow hills or making snow angels. A snowball fight and snowman building are date ideas that the young at heart will want to participate in. Surprise her with a gift box containing everything you need for building your own snowman like charcoal briquettes, a carrot and a scarf.

Fireside Smores:

Who doesn't love ooey-gooey dessert treats? Make a date for some fireside snacking, namely tasty smores. If you don't have a fireplace, take this sweet idea outdoors in front of a campfire. If neither of you like the big outdoors, there's always the microwave variety.

Tree Decorating:

Got a bare tree? Invite your date to come help you arrange the ornaments on your tree. Stringing lights, hanging ornaments and tossing the tinsel are warm ways to get to know one another.

You don't have to go dateless during this festive season. Christmas is the perfect time to make a new love connection or to build on a blooming romance. Try these no pressure ideas for Christmas dating and have a happy, romantic holiday.

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