Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to celebrate your loved ones and spend time together with your partner.
Purchasing a gift isn’t just a cliche we’re used to— it’s a way to show someone you care!
A gift isn’t about spending a lot of money or buying something trendy, but taking the time to put some thought into the process.
Here are some of our favorite V-Day gifts that are sure to please:
Gifts For Her
Instead of the standard jewelry you buy from Zales, why not support an artisan and get something truly custom? There are thousands of talented jewelry makers online, many of them on Etsy. You can set a reasonable budget and customize a necklace with a name or meaningful date.
-Bring On The Sweets!
It’s an unspoken rule to buy someone a box of chocolates, but why not make it feel less impersonal and more intimate? You can bake your own brownies or cookies from readily available mixes with minimal effort. If you’re not much of a baker, the Internet offers many retailers with customized options for sweets.
-The Love Voucher
You can either print and create your own love voucher/coupon book or purchase them readily made online. These coupons are not your standard savings! They are all about bringing you together as a couple.
Gifts For Him
-Man Cave Sign
Everyone deserves a little “me” time every now and then. Help your significant other celebrate their personal space with either a customized sign or with a relevant metal sign that points to a favorite hobby. In fact, there are many antique reproduction signs available for a wide range of interests.
-Desk Organizer And Charging Station
For a clutter conscious partner, give the gift that counts. There are many smart looking wood desk organizers that have space for all the usual ‘junk’ and electronics.
-Go Custom With A T-Shirt
Share your love with an awesome custom T-shirt. Whether it features a list of reasons why you love him or has a favorite family photo, it’s a gift that’s useful and sentimental. Don’t forget that you can also have shirts printed with custom artwork, too!
Valentine’s Day is sneaking up again as we prepare ourselves for another year ahead. It’s not a requirement to give a gift, but it’s a lovely tradition that can show your partner why you love him or her and how much you appreciate them.