We’re now about to enter the Valentine’s week. Do you celebrate the holiday? And if so, do you exchange gifts with your other half? If the answer is yes but you still haven’t decided what to get this year – I’ve prepared a few ideas! And if you’re one of those cringing at the heart-themed, couples kind of items shown on display of most stores at this time of year – sorry for that! The Valentine cringe will be over in just a few days. 😉
A frame with a photo of the two of you to reminisce happy moments will be a good addition to any home. Simple and inexpensive, yet perfectly romantic – an ideal gift for Valentine’s Day.
Most of the gift ideas I’ve prepared are actually matching sets for couples. Some will call them cringey, others will appreciate the practical aspect behind a themed print. For example – who doesn’t use mugs, right?
Some of my favourite themed gifts for couples are pillow sets. You can find them with cute and funny sentences or pictures – creativity in this market is stunning! And the best thing about this gift idea is that the Valentine cringe shouldn’t be a problem – after all, this gift will likely only be seen by the two of you!
In case you’d like some discrete reminder of your loved one for the times when you’re not together – how about this matching set of key chains? It’s subtle and easy to take with you wherever you go!
Taking a short break from couples gifts to remind you that chocolate is a thing. And who doesn’t love chocolate? It makes a perfect gift for any occasion, really. For Valentine’s Day, I’d go for heart-shaped pralines. Whatever box of chocolates you choose though, make sure the chocolate is of high quality! Because naturally, one thing better than chocolate is higher quality chocolate!
And now let’s return to couples gifts. These hoodies seem like a perfect comfy home outfit for long winter evenings spent at home, watching Netflix.
Last, but not least – I had to add a kitchen-related gift idea, of course! Judging by what I see on Tinder, cooking and baking is becoming increasingly popular among guys. And cooking or baking together with your other half is great fun! So why not do it in matching aprons, right? 🙂
Do you celebrate Valentine’s Day? What kind of gifts do you buy (if you do)?