2015 Valentine’s Day Gift Guide

Looking for the perfect way to tell that someone special in your life how much they mean to you? Well, look no further! My 2015 Valentine’s Day Gift Guide has a number of gift ideas for all you romantics out there. From original ideas to traditional Valentine’s day options, I’m sure you will find something in here that will please your sweetheart.

  1. Chocolates and flowers

The chocolate and flowers combination is an oldie but a goodie. I hate to be stereotypical but when buying a Valentine’s Day gift for a lady, you can’t really go wrong with this option. If you want to make your gift a little more personal, pick her favorite type of flower and the chocolate that she likes the most. And if you want to up the ante still, consider picking wild flowers (provided you are authorized to do this in your area) and making the chocolates yourself. Putting this level of thought and effort into her gift will surely melt her heart! And, if you like the idea of making your gift, check out these ideas for DIY Valentine’s gifts.

  1. A star

Did you know that you can officially name a star after the one you love? What could be more heartfelt than that? Now, every time you spend a romantic evening under the stars, he or she will be reminded that their very own star is up there somewhere.

  1. Breakfast in bed hamper

Utterly spoil your sweetheart this Valentine’s day with a hamper full of goodies for a luxury and relaxing breakfast in bed. Try to get quality items for your basket and make sure it is presented beautifully. You could include champagne and orange juice for a cheeky bucks fizz. You may also want to include a range of pastries and fresh fruit. Perfect!

  1. An eternity bracelet

Show your complete devotion to the one you love with an eternity bracelet. These bracelets come in all different styles from silver to leather, but all feature the figure of eight eternity symbol. For an added personal touch, engrave your name and the name of your sweetheart onto the bracelet.

  1. A special experience

If your other half enjoys experiences rather than material items, you could mark this Valentine’s day with a special event. The options for this type of gift are endless. Try to think of things your partner has said they’ve always wanted to do. Perhaps they would enjoy a hot air balloon ride or a spa retreat at their favorite hotel. However, the event doesn’t have to be extravagant to make a statement. A picnic at the park with champagne and strawberries is just as romantic as any glamorous gift.

  1. A picture

A picture of something meaningful to you both, like the place where you first met or from a romantic holiday would make a thoughtful and heartfelt gift. If you are good with a computer why not add some effects like black and white to make your photo even more romantic. Get your picture professionally printed and put it in a beautiful frame to complete the gift.

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