Valentine’s Day is a day to shower your loved ones with love, attention, praise and gifts! While gifts aren’t a “must” to show love to someone, it can be a great gesture to give someone a thoughtful gift. A gift doesn’t have to necessarily be a material item either if your partner’s love language is quality time, a more thoughtful gift might be a date at their favorite restaurant with your undivided attention. We recommend that you find out what your partner’s love language is to better understand how they feel loved. Nevertheless, we have a variety of gift ideas here for you to help get you started!
This gift allows you to not only spend time together, but it will help you both relax. Work, school, extracurriculars, all of these things can weigh heavy on a person and sometimes you just want to relax. Taking your partner out for a nice couples massage will help you both unwind and get pampered. You can just relax and enjoy each other without the worry of everyday life
Season Passes to Local Theme Park
Now, this gift can be a little pricey, but it’s a gift that can quite literally keep on giving. If you live in an area that has a major theme park, or even if you and your significant other love a local attraction that offers a season pass, this can be a great gift that a lot of people don’t think about. Knowing that you have the ability to go to a theme park whenever you want and don’t really have to worry about the cost, will make life so much easier. This is also a great way to kind of have built-in dates for the coming year. If you can’t think of anything to do, go use your season pass!
Overnight Airbnb Getaway
Take relaxation to a whole new level by having a little overnight getaway with your loved one. If you’re looking for something a little more flashy or just need to make sure that you have some privacy, renting an Airbnb can add an extra special touch to your Valentine’s Day. Finding somewhere that is private and romantic can set the mood for a perfect Valentine’s Day. You can even find somewhere with a pool that you would have all to yourself! This out of the box idea is perfect for anyone that is looking for something more than your traditional date night.
Let’s all be honest here; it is almost impossible to go wrong with a nice piece of jewelry. If your partner’s love language is receiving gifts, showing up empty-handed on Valentine’s Day is not a good idea. You don’t have to buy that 10 karat diamond necklace to make it special. Just the fact that you took the time to pick out something that you thought your partner would like, makes any piece of jewelry that much more special.
If you and your significant other, share the same taste in music, a concert can be an amazing gift! Even if the concert isn’t for a few months, surprising someone with tickets to an event they’ve been dying to go to will definitely earn you some brownie points! Consider taking care of the travel reservations as well. It’s a great way to give them a stress-free trip and something that you both can look forward to.
Valentine’s day can seem like a daunting time to try to outdo other couples in the gift-giving department, but it doesn’t have to be that way! As long as you are thinking about your significant other when picking out the gift, you can’t go wrong! Just focus on something that is meaningful. Don’t worry about spending the most money or having the most “instagrammable” gift. Relax and just enjoy showing each other love on V-day!