Stressed out over what to get your honey for Valentine’s Day? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back. We took a peek inside our shoppers’ bags and found a list of great gifts for that special someone.
Flowers. Anyone can have flowers delivered. Make your girl feel extra special (and her co-workers extra jealous) by personally delivering a bouquet of her favorite flowers to her office.
Jewelry. It’s true. Diamonds really are a girl’s best friend. #EnoughSaid
Couples Spa Day. Massages. Facials. Manicures (we won’t tell the guys) – spend a day together getting pampered because life is hard and sometimes you just need to relax and recharge.
Romantic Dinner Unplugged. In the words of Ferris Bueller “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” Leave your phones in the car and enjoy a romantic dinner for two without the interruption of technology.
Chocolate. Small, but delicious. The simplest (and sweetest*) way to let your significant other know you are thinking about them. *pun intended
Gift Card to his/her favorite store. Some say gift cards are the easy way out. We disagree. This way your loved one gets EXACTLY what they want. After all, it’s the thought that counts.
Framed Photo. Find a throwback photo of the two of you when your relationship was just starting out and have it framed. It can be silly, candid, staged – doesn’t matter as long as it evokes a happy memory.
Champagne Flutes. The gift that keeps on giving. Purchase a pair of champagne flutes you can use to celebrate year after year.
Beauty Makeover. What girl doesn’t love getting dressed up? Take your sweetie on a trip around the mall and make her feel like the real-life version of Cinderella. Get her nails, hair, and makeup done and buy her the expensive dress she’s had her eye on! Then take her out and show her off with a night of dinner and dancing.
Personalize. Have a special message engraved on a pair of cufflinks, charm bracelet, photo frame, wedding bands etc. This is a meaningful gift that never goes out of style and is something they can carry with them years to come.
Story and photo by Haley Rennick