(Local church festivals or carnivals are free to get in; just pay for what you’d like to do like play games or eat.) ) duet. Learn a new outdoor activity together (kayaking, gardening, canoeing, hiking, horseback riding, or sailing). Take a cooking class together at a local parks and rec or community college.
It’s all about learning something about history together.) You can sometimes score deals here. Plan a picnic: fill a basket with wine, cheese, crackers, and a comfy blanket. (If too expensive near you, head to a local historic marker and learn about your town. The weekend is right around the corner and we thought it was a great opportunity to share this fun weekend-ready post. Take a (temporary) wedding planning break once in awhile to remember why you’re tying the knot in the first place. For some couples, once they get engaged the ‘dates’ go right out the window, traded in for constant wedding planning.
However, there is one catch: you’re not allowed to talk about or think about anything wedding related while on your date.
To give you a little nudge, we’ve rounded up fifty of the best cheap date ideas to try with your honey.