I can’t speak for all women, but most of the ones I know love to take any opportunity they can get to humblebrag about their amazing partner. Every February 15th, your special lady probably gushes with her friends about the gifts they received on Valentine’s Day. The majority of them will probably respond with something generic, but this year, you can make the whole group “aww” in unison.
I know that might sound like a lot of pressure, but don’t worry! I already picked out the best gifts available (even my friends agreed). Little effort is required on your end, yet the gifts are still thoughtful, so it’s a win-win for everyone!
This gigantic fortune cookie is generously hand-dipped in Belgian white chocolate and adorned with sugary red, white, and pink heart-shaped sprinkles. Inside, you can customize your own heartfelt message with a prediction about your beautiful future together (finally, an accurate fortune!). The cookie is packaged in a love-themed takeout box. So, if the two of you often order takeout together, she’ll appreciate this extra whimsical delivery.
Many women crave the type of romantic gestures that used to be seen in the classic movies, like handwritten letters and postcards. This gift takes that old-fashioned charm to today’s world with a vintage-looking display. The wooden postcard can be engraved to include your name, her name, and a short (but sweet) message. She can keep it on her desk, dresser, or anywhere else that she sees fit. Later on, if she’s ever having a rough day at the office or simply misses you, she can glance at this gift and cheer up by thinking of you. D’aww.
Chocolates are a traditional Valentine’s Day gift, but this box isn’t the type that you’d buy last-minute at a gas station. This two-pound box includes premium chocolates from Fannie May, and you can choose exactly what she likes. There are 35 mouthwatering choices, including dark chocolate orange peels, Trinidads, walnut and almond clusters, buttercrisps, strawberry cream, mint Meltaways, Pixies, and Peppermint Ice. It’s not easy finding a gift that’s both thoughtful and tasty, but you’re clearly an amazing valentine who stops at nothing to make your woman happy.
I have yet to meet a woman who complains about having too much jewelry, but you can only buy her so many heart-shaped necklaces. The necklace pictured above is one that she definitely won’t have, because it’s custom; you can pick out coordinates and have them engraved into a sterling silver necklace. Choose a location that’s significant to you and your partner, such as the location of your first date, proposal, or wedding. You just have to type in the address on the website, and then they’ll find the coordinates for you.
It takes a while to get used to a new last name. She was proud to take yours (or will be), but her old one will always hold a place in her heart. Even if you’ve been married for 20 years, she’ll always get a little bit nostalgic if she hears or sees a reference to her old last name. This framed image can include the year you met, started dating, got married, or the year of this gift. Either way, she’ll love showing off this print, and her family will love you even more for thinking about them.
If you’re convinced your partner’s heart is actually located inside of her stomach, then she’s probably hoping for something sweet to eat this February 14th. Instead of a bouquet of roses, why not get her a bouquet of cookies? These fresh baked goodies from Cheryl’s have the perfect, soft texture and are topped with a famously delicious buttercream frosting. Plus, if she’s like me and gets “hangry” before a meal, then it’ll be a good idea to grab a few of these before your three hour wait for dinner at that fancy (but super packed) restaurant.
Want a gift that really shows how much you love her? This one is basically a compliment box that also happens to hold jewelry (and who doesn’t love compliments?). The heart-shaped box is made out of natural alderwood, so no two products are ever exactly the same. On the gift, you can engrave eight heartwarming adjectives to describe how you feel about your extraordinary (in fact, that’s a great word to use) woman. The website gives a bunch of ideas for words to use, but here are a few others that you might want to try:
- Adorkable or adorable
Every morning, when she gets ready and puts on her jewelry, she’ll open this box and be reminded of all of the reasons why she’s a great person and why you love her. It’s the gift that keeps on giving!
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