Valentine’s Day Ideas Around London

Blurred Valentine's Vision London

As Valentine’s Day approaches, we all need inspiration on how to celebrate the day.  A holiday created for us to spend our coin on unnecessary cards, chocolate and expensive dining. The cliché agenda, that we see in almost every romantic-comedy, this year why not spice up your plans? Everyone can participate in the celebrations; valentine’s day isn’t only for those in relationships. It’s also for my independent women, the family orientated and of course the classic couple. If you’re unsure how to celebrate or want to add some spice to the occasion, I’ve got you covered. Divided into three categories, there’s something for every individual to enjoy around London.

Valentine’s Day Ideas Around London

Date Night
Midnight Apothecary
Candlelit roof garden, roasted marshmallows around a fire pit and an evening of live music. Snuggle with your significant other under the stars or head inside to the bar for some mid-winter valentine cocktails.

A Cinematic Experience
The Luna Cinema teamed up with the National History Museum for a cinematic experience. An unconventional setting, surrounded by fossils, with a selection of classic movies to choose from. A selection for the lovers and anti-valentine specials. The ticket also grants access to the Life In The Dark exhibition two activities for the price of one.

The Darker Side of Love
Step back in time to the roaring twenties, the party’s been taken underground to a Gatsby-inspired speakeasy. Expect a fine dining experience, an array of jazz musicians and a night of dancing under the sparkling disco ball. Dress for the occasion by wearing your best attire. Loose silhouettes were popular with attention to detail and extravagant styling. Glamour and glitz were achieved through material choices with details including frills, puff sleeves and pearl embroidery.

Red Jacket & London Underground

Girl’s Night Out
Galantine’s Day at Tonight Josephine
Think an evening of sass, girl power and ultimate relaxation. Tonight Josephine has teamed up with Benefit Cosmetics for cocktails, a masterclass and a mini makeover. Capture the beauty of the night with neon signs, drinks in hand and your girls by your side. Then proceed to create fun memories and dance the night away.

Quirky Afternoon Tea
Far from the ordinary afternoon tea, a magical experience inspired by a childhood classic. A tea party beyond imagination, indulge in an afternoon with Alice In Wonderland’s Mad Hatter. Teapots, vintage books and beautiful on theme décor, think ticking clocks and royalty.

Nasty Gal Necklace & London Underground

Family Night
Orchid Festival at Kew Gardens
Show your affection to the whole family by heading to Kew Gardens for a magical experience. Celebrate the bright colours of Colombia, the vibrant festival with a surprise at every corner. Something to catch everyone’s attention, there won’t be a dull moment.

All Smiles Around London Valentine's Day

Images by JOHN

How are you planning to spend Valentine’s Day?

Until next time, stay fabulous,


  1. February 12, 2019 / 2:39 pm

    I love your suggestions- especially the quirky high tea and the Midnight Apothecary sound amazing. We usually do quiet Valentine’s Days, but I wouldn’t knock a fancy tea outing actually 🙂

    • tajinder
      February 12, 2019 / 3:19 pm

      Thank you dear, glad you like the suggestions. Honestly, I find anything involving tea is always a great experience.


  2. February 13, 2019 / 3:52 pm

    Just discovered your blog and I love it! 😀

    Thank you for these wonderful ideas. I love it! It’s amazing how you wrote family and girls night because usually on valentine’s day people don’t think about that. So that is awesome. Thank you! 🙂

    • tajinder
      February 13, 2019 / 4:16 pm

      Thank you dear, I’m glad you love my content. I agree as the main focus is usually on couples but I wanted to include everyone, as anyone can celebrate love.


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