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Valentine's Day Brunch

If you want to start Valentine's Day on the right foot, celebrate with Valentine's Day brunch. It doesn't matter if you go out or plan a special breakfast in bed—it's the idea that you're starting your day together. Brunch works for lovey-dovey couples, families, and groups of singles.

Valentine's Day Brunch

  • Couples Brunch: Why leave the privacy of your own home? Crack open some eggs, pull out the waffle iron you hardly use, and make some muffins. Make sure you have all the fixings like fresh fruit, yummy maple syrup, and of course, whip cream! And don't forget the bananas (bananas top the list of best fruit aphrodisiacs)!
  • Family Brunch: If you're heading out to brunch with the family for Valentine's Day, make sure to call ahead as it might be crowded. Try to find a place that is kid-friendly with things for kids to do while they wait for their meal, such as drawing or coloring on the place mats.
  • Girls-Only Brunch: If you're going out with the girls, head out for a late-morning or mid-day brunch and make it a day about catching up and enjoying each other's company rather than a pitty party. See if you can make a reservation as there may be a lot of families out for brunch that day, too. Enjoy a mimosa with french toast or an omelet and all the fresh fruit you can get! Take it one step further and schedule a yoga class together or spa treatment before brunch—something that will make you feel amazing!

Before you head out for brunch, wish all your friends and family a happy Valentine's Day with one of our free Valentine eCards!

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