Coming up with gift ideas can be difficult. This is especially true for people who already have everything they could possibly want or need. This is when thoughtful gifts come in handy. Give your loved one something that shows you know them and you pay attention to their likes and dislikes.
1- Personalized Drinkware
Personalized tumblers are very much in style right now. No matter what your Valentine is into, you can find the perfect cup for them. If your special someone enjoys cocktails, you can give them an etched whiskey or margarita glass with their name and a design. Don’t forget to throw in their favorite bottle of liquor.
2- Personalized Camping Chair
Even if your loved one does not go camping, he/she probably sits on the porch or goes to family gatherings and such. They may already have a folding chair that never leaves their vehicle. Replace that boring chair with one that has their name and a design featuring something they enjoy. If your Valentine is your spouse, you can order matching chairs with your last name embroidered on them.
Men can sometimes be difficult to shop for on Valentine’s Day. Most of the gifts are geared toward women, and you likely do not want to give your man a teddy bear. Toss out the traditional Valentine gifts, and give him a set of cigars. You’ll find a wide variety of flavors and brands along with gift sets and premium cigars. You can make the gift even better with an ashtray or lighter.
4- Chocolates and Wine
No matter the occasion, you can’t go wrong with chocolates. Even a person who has everything will enjoy snuggling up with their significant other on Valentine’s Day with a box of chocolates and a bottle of wine. Tie it all together with a candlelit dinner at home and a movie afterward. If you are not a good cook, order takeout from your favorite Italian restaurant, and serve it up on nice dining plates.
5- Handmade Quilt
A quilt is something your loved one can keep forever and cherish. Not only will it be cozy and warm, but they will also think of you every time they wrap up in it. Quilts are made to last and can be passed down from generation to generation. You don’t have to be an expert quilter to give your Valentine a handmade quilt. Choose the perfect fabric and pattern, and pay someone else to make it for you.
6- Handwritten Letters
Handwritten letters are something sentimental that will bring a tear to your Valentine’s eyes. You can either write a note on plain paper, or you can purchase a couple’s journal that will guide you with writing prompts. These journals ask questions about your relationship, allowing you to write down all the things you love and remember about your significant other. Even better, some give space for each of you to respond, allowing you to pass the journal back and forth.
Just because your loved one has everything they want and need doesn’t mean you can’t give them something memorable for Valentine’s Day. Be thoughtful and creative, giving them a gift they will never forget.