Valentine’s Day Gifts – Finding The Perfect Gift
Valetine’s Day Gifts…Finding the perfect Valentine’s Gift that isn’t cheesy or cliché can be a daunting task. Perhaps your partner says they don’t like Valentine’s Day but you still want to make them feel loved and appreciated. We’ve put together a quick guide to help you choose the perfect romantic gift this year.
Make it Personal
Think back to recent conversations, passions and interests – is there a place your partner would like to visit? Do they have a favourite artist or band, a hobby they enjoy or something they collect? Is there a romantic shared memory which you could link to a gift? Perhaps it was a special hotel stay, where your partner loved the bubble bath, or a memorable meal where you drank a delicious cocktail or particular wine.
Is your partner vegan or passionate about supporting unique local businesses? Keep their values in mind when shopping for a gift. You can discover our Valentine’s Day Collection and what’s more – all of our range is vegan. It is made in Chester in the UK, contains natural British extracts, and all our bottles and pumps are recyclable.
If you are still in doubt then opt for a classic Valentine’s Day gift such as chocolates (we love the Highland Chocolatier, flowers (take a look at the British sustainable flower farmer and florist – The Real Flower Company who supply the rose petals for a Tea Rose collection) or luxurious bath and body or home fragrance products such as our Posy in Pink Gift Set.
Does it Pass The Romance Test?
So, you’ve had a think and already have some ideas, but before you click to buy make sure it has passed the romance test. Perhaps she likes to cook but rather than buying her an apron, which although thoughtful doesn’t feel very romantic, you could treat her to an evening trying a new cuisine.
Add A Handwritten Note
You’ve chosen a card but then there’s the question of what to write. We’ve put together a guide to help you put pen to paper and draft a note with real meaning that will create a memento to treasure – find out more here.