Do you know what you’re getting your one and only this Valentine’s Day? If not, here are some ideas that’ll make the occasion extra memorable. You might even want to reconsider your options if you already have something in mind.
Tickets to a Special Excursion
Depending on your budget, you can surprise your love with a tastefully enclosed card holding boarding passes for a flight to a romantic destination for the weekend (or week). Give it to them ahead of time so they can pack accordingly, or go the extra mile and pack their bag for them!
You can opt for getting tickets to a special event, instead. Is your darling a fan of the ballet, or is their favorite band playing a concert in your area? Perhaps, they’d prefer a stroll in the museum for some wine and painting after? Find their most coveted pastime and book.
This might be one of the most popular gifts, but you can never go wrong with an exquisite couple’s massage at a five-star resort or at a luxe spa. Ask about their Valentine’s Day specials and any amenities they offer, such as a rose-petal covered bath. You might even be able to make special requests to complete the day.
Are you on a budget? Create a spa retreat at home and give your love a gift basket to use on that special day—and for the rest of the year. Fill a large basket with:
- A bathrobe
- Massage oils and creams
- A box of chocolate
Dim the lights in your home and light up some candles with soothing relaxation music playing in the background, and you’re all set.
His & Her Gifts
Keep things memorable with gifts you can use together. Get matching:
- Photo mugs
- Tech items
- Bestselling books
- Color-coordinated tie and dress
- Travel kits
You can also buy a puzzle to complete or game you can play together on more occasions than just the 14th of the month.