Today is May 1st, or 'May Day' for those who enjoy whimiscal pieces of not well known history and holidays. When people think of May Day, no doubt will someone think of the traditional May Pole with children running around it with ribbons and flowers, usually wrapping the May Pole with the ribbons or garlands of flowers. This frivolous attitude that embodies the coming of summer was unfortunately frowned upon by the Puritans, which is why Americans don't celebrate it as much as Great Britian does.
So give your sweetie a nice flower or tie a ribbon around a tree in honor of May and summer months with sunshine. Even though it isn't a major card-company holiday, it still is an excuse to throw a barbeque for all your family and friends and be happy.
For those who want to know more about how the holiday came to be, click here for a pleasantly brief (yet informative) explanation.