We get it, you forgot about Valentine’s Day. No worries! A romantic domain name is the perfect last-minute gift that says, “I really thought this idea through”.
Registering a domain is easy, and, if you’re feeling particularly motivated, you can even create a website to go with it. Consider it a lasting online tribute to your love that lives on the internet forever—or until you decide to take it down.
Seeing as we’re such romantics here at CIRA, we’ve done some research to come up with a list of available domains (would you believe that netflixandchill.ca is already registered?) that you can get just in time to make it look like you planned it all along.
If you were planning to get your Valentine a puppy, this is a great way to make the big reveal! If you hadn’t planned on getting your Valentine a puppy, I highly recommend you get a puppy before giving this domain. This can’t be overemphasized. Note: if you buy this domain you must send us pictures of the puppy!
Because Simpsons’ references stand the test of time.
If you’re a practicing minimalist or simply find $15 for a greeting card to be a form of extortion, this domain says, “I thought about you enough to buy a domain that I can reuse every year”. How that works out for you is up for debate.
Is your significant other a sucker for bad jokes? You can create a simple one-page website that just has a list of romantic puns. Some of our favourites:
- I like you a latte.
- We’re made pho each other.
- Don’t you go bacon my heart.
If you register this domain you have to be ready to commit to the idea. Think of it as a travel blog for your romantic (suitable for public) adventures with your significant other. The idea could be expanded to include reviews of restaurants and dating activities for other couples.
Build a beautiful virtual bouquet on your website.
Works if your Valentine loves flowers and you need a frugal idea that doesn’t involve assembling a bouquet of flowers from various local gardens (I’ve seen it been done before). It’s a similar idea but without the risk of your neighbours finding out and yelling at you. Plus, these virtual flowers won’t die.