35 Winter Date Ideas

Living in Wisconsin, we spend most of our time trapped inside. The weather in the Midwest usually determines our plans.

My husband and I said that 2020 we were going to make more of an effort to spend quality time together. But planning anything with an unpredictable Mother Nature is hard. To help out I made a list of my top 35 Winter Date Ideas.

I tried to find things that were a mix of outside/inside and free/inexpensive. Pick out a few that you’d want to do and add them to your calendar. Do not cancel on yourself, make it a priority. You will not be disappointed, and will love making these memories.

35 Winter Date Ideas:

  1. Go ice skating.
  2. Cozy up for a Netflix & chill night.
  3. Visit the Ice Bars in Milwaukee.
  4. Go see a movie, we usually go on Tuesdays because the movies are $5 and you get free popcorn.
  5. Go sledding or tubing.
  6. Play board or cards games.
  7. Attend a local Winter Festival.
  8. Take a cooking class.
  9. Go indoor skydiving.
  10. Have a living room picnic.
  11. Go indoor rock climbing.
  12. Take a yoga class together.
  13. Enjoy a spa day.
  14. Make a romantic candlelight dinner.
  15. Plan your next trip or vacation.
  16. Visit the Ice Castles in Lake Geneva, WI.
  17. Go check out the Mitchell Park Domes.
  18. Go to a sports event, like a Bucks or Admirals game.
  19. Go out and sing Karaoke.
  20. Book a Brewery tour.
  21. Book a local Winery tour.
  22. Do an outdoor photoshoot.
  23. Give each other massages.
  24. Take a dance class.
  25. Sit under the stars with an outdoor fire, cozy up with blankets. Sip on hot cocoa and make s’mores.
  26. Take a bubble bath together.
  27. Go on a carriage ride.
  28. Rent a cabin up north and enjoy a winter getaway.
  29. Visit an indoor trampoline park.
  30. Explore your own city, make it a staycation. Check out all the little stores and stop in local bars and restaurants.
  31. Get dolled up and go out to a brand new restaurant that neither of you have been yet.
  32. Check out an indoor go cart track.
  33. Rent a lux dome and enjoy appetizers and craft cocktails.
  34. Hit the snowmobile trails.
  35. Here is something unique, board a Snow Train. Wisconsin Great Northern Railroad will take you through a winter wonderland and feed you dinner too.

Although not all on the list above will interest you, but you will find a couple ideas. Try them out and you’d be surprised. Enjoy laughing and making memories with one another. Really go out of your way to make an effort to put your relationship first, even in the bluest of times and weather.

*Play a little game, have your significant other pick a number 1-35, and that’s the date idea for the day.

If you think of anything else that would be fun to do for a Winter date idea, comment below. I’d love to know.

Xoxo,

Ambur

Fall in the City

Ok. So we got 5+ inches of snow on Halloween here in Wisconsin. Apparently Mother Nature wants us to skip Fall this year.

Well I’m still going to post about Fall.

Last month, I met up with a few blogger friends for a styled shoot. A picnic in the park with fall foliage added ambiance. The tablescape was perfectly decorated, and the did I mention there was a tree swing?

Yeah! How frickin cute? Not only was this fun to shoot but it was nostalgic to my childhood memories, swinging on my aunt and uncles swing set.

As always, when shooting or writing about fashion I truly try to find the most affordable fashion to share with my followers. This shoot was no exception.

My inspiration for a fall color palette is to look at the changing leaves on a tree. You can’t go wrong.

I went with a long sleeved ribbed mustard yellow A-line dress. I knew I wanted a pop of color so I wore a burgundy bootie and tied the colors in with a blanket scarf.

Shop my look here.

This dress is a perfect staple for fall fashion. You can add so many accessories to help dress it up or wear it casual. Later on in the shoot, I switched out my scarf for a burgundy teddy/Sherpa jacket. And threw on a pair of cognac colored over the knee boots.

Who doesn’t love a versatile dress that you can transition from fall to winter?

Xoxo,

Ambur