Finding the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for your partner is not the easiest thing to do, but then you probably already know this otherwise you wouldn’t have found your way here. You know chocolates are old hat and a bunch of red roses is far too cliché, but what other options are there? If you want to give your special someone a gift that’s far more creative you need to think out of the box. Here are 7 gifts to get you started.
A Living Plant
You’ve probably given your partner countless bunches of cut flowers but there’s something a little more special about a living plant. Cut flowers only last a few days but a living plant can last for several years if properly looked after.
Could your relationship do with a little more adventure? Choose from a range of experiences such as jumping out of an airplane, snowboarding or taking a mountain hike together. Perfect for anniversary years or for when you just feel like going all out for Valentine’s.
Why not try a new activity together? See if there are any classes in the area you’d both like to attend. You might be able to learn more about pottery, cookery, hang-gliding or sports car driving.
Do Something Together
Do you have a long list of chores you never seem to get around to? It might not seem like the most romantic of ideas but why not take the opportunity to tick some of the jobs off the list? Spend the day revamping your bedroom and you’ll be able to lie back and enjoy the fruits of your labour.
There are several ways you can give the gift of stress reduction. Book a day at a spa or a massage. Alternatively, hire a maid for the day and you’ll have the time to relax and enjoy the day with your partner enjoying your favourite pastimes. If either of you are vapers, then don’t forget to take enough supplies. Ultimate Juice has a wide selection of e-liquids and vape kits to choose from. Let the calendar slide for the day and do some of the things you’ve been meaning to do for weeks.
Rather than giving each other Valentine’s Day gifts why not do something for other people? Share the love this year and volunteer for your favourite local charity. You’ll be making someone else’s Valentine’s Day much brighter.
Make it a Surprise
They might be expecting roses or a candlelit dinner, but this year is your chance to surprise them with something different. You’ve already has a few suggestions you’re welcome to steal but you could always put your thinking cap on a come up with your own Valentine’s Day gift. The element of surprise is going to make any gift special.
If you’ve got a special someone, Valentine’s Day is a chance to show them how much you care. It’s easy to get stressed about finding the perfect gift, but if it comes from the heart, there’s no better gift you can give. By all means give them roses and chocolates but add to the experience with one of the ideas mentioned above.