I don't think anyone could have predicted 2020. The world right now is scary and uncertain and no one - not even the adultier adults you know - really have the answers. So even in the middle of coronavirus and self-quarantining, don't forget how important it is to stay positive. Even in scary times like these, there is peace and comfort and real relationships to turn to. Here are some positive phone backgrounds made by yours truly to brighten up your day just a little bit 😊
What started as a simple list of ways to stay connected and have fun with each other once you've passed the dating stage is now a quarantine-friendly list of cute and romantic activities to enjoy from the safety of your own home!
- Create a bucket list
Dream together without the stress of planning how you're actually going to make those dreams come true (yet!).
- Learn something together using YouTube
This could be a new recipe, a painting technique, some creative couples yoga poses, or new dance moves!
- Play strip poker (or strip anything!)
Get creative! Chess, Twister, Go Fish -- plenty of options are probably on hand and ready to become way. more. interesting. than they were when you were kids.
- Build a blanket fort
Or sheet fort. Or towel fort. Use whatever you've got on hand and just go with it. Then camp out with your favorite snacks and the static-y hair. Get ready for the laughs and maybe even a pillow fight.
- Hide notes to each other for the other to find throughout the day(s)
B used to do this for me when he had to travel for extended periods of time for work. It was always so sweet to uncover a sweet or silly notecard tucked into a favorite book or in the DVD case of that one movie he knew I'd rewatch while he was gone.
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What are your favorite things to do with your husband/wife? Share them in the comments and let's keep each other entertained and in love while we're all #AloneTogether!
And don't forget to pin this post for later!
Anastacia McCarthy Bellagambii, Austin wedding photographer and owner of Wild Stag Photography has this to say about winter weddings: "I feel that winter weddings and even bridal sessions have the added benefit of magic that the other seasons just can’t provide. Just like any other time of the year, the season has its own sense of unique magic and aesthetic it can create for the occasion."
I'm sure you'll warm up to a winter wedding yourself once you've considered these advantages!