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Still In Lockdown? Doesn’t Mean Valentines Day Is Ruined

Dinner out at a crowded restaurant. Drinks at a romantic little spot. Dancing on a packed floor late into the night. All off the table this year. The usual Valentines itinerary may have been thrown out the window by the pandemic, but with a little imagination you can still make it a special occasion for your partner. From picnics in the backyard to locally-made jewelry, our wicked county has great ideas to make you look good.

The Chocolate Cow
On the historic Sonoma Square, this family-operated business creates some truly special handmade chocolates, fudge and candies.

M Designs Floral and Events
This locally-owned business is passionate about creating bouquets with the freshest flowers that will surpass your every expectation.

Novo Bath & Body
For all your bathroom relaxation needs. You can find a wide assortment of lovingly handcrafted soaps and scrubbers from this local artisan.

Sunshine Grazing
With amazing selections of fresh and locally sourced ingredients for their cheese and charcuterie, each platter is an edible work of art. Options for individuals or to groups of 25 and more.

Picnic Potential
Tired of the same routine of dining at your go-to restaurant? Picnic Potential will bring the special event right to your backyard, and then spirit away the mess afterwards.

Luana Coonen Jewelry
For something truly special or currently in the doghouse? Here is some jewelry that is made by a local and inspired by Sonoma County.

There’s stress enough to go around this year. Don’t add a disappointing Valentines Day to your special someone’s list of things to feel bad about. Grocery store flowers and chocolate might have cut it in 2020, but in 2021 you need to make things a bit more impactful. Make sure that they know that you’re still in love with them by doing something extra.

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