It is Christmas day time…can’t you hear the jingling all around you? If you are looking for great romantic Christmas ideas to spend time with your loved one then keep on reading.
Jingling from loose change being plunked down for Black Friday sales, rather than sleigh bells, perhaps but still commercialized or otherwise you just cannot kill the Christmas day spirit.
The wonderful thing about the holiday season overall is that no matter who you are or what your background is, you can find something to like and a way to share it with someone you love.
There are more romantic Christmas ideas than you can count, and even more ways to celebrate the season.
Do you get a plastic tree, an aluminium tree or make Charlie Brown proud and get an all-natural classical Christmas day tree, pine, sap, needles and all?
Are your romantic Christmas ideas more of spiritual ones, wherein you remember ‘the reason for the season’ and whatever the historical implications and public attitude
Stick to your religious convictions and do your best to honor Jesus Christ’s birth? You can do that too.
You have the story of the Nativity, sure, but the other accoutrements? They come from outside sources. Christmas day trees? They come from pagan ceremonies, and were incorporated in the Middle Ages when the Church was trying to make Christianity more palatable to Germanic and Nordic regions
The giving of presents? Another tradition which evolved over the ages, and really took off around and especially after Charles Dickens popularized our modern view of Christmas day with his timeless classic A Christmas day Carol, the annual performance of which has become a Christmas day tradition in its own right.
It doesn’t come from the Bible—Jesus famously states during his Sermon on the Mount from the New Testament that ‘It is better for a rich man to pass through the eye of a needle than it is for a rich man to get into Heaven’.
Not quite in line with the apologetics for greed and indulgence which Kirk Cameron advocates in his latest film, Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas day (currently sitting at a positively putrid 9% on Rotten Tomatoes.)
But it does come from our capacity to want to share the feelings of generosity, love, and warmth with friends, with family, and, yes, with romantic partners as well.
Here are great romantic Christmas ideas to set the stage for an unforgettable Christmas day with your significant other