You make your profession of love every day but on Valentine’s Day she expects to be told she is loved with that special gift. Valentine gifts for her ought to be the perfect expression of your love. It’s not merely a bunch of deep red roses that women get misty eyed over every February. It is a truism that retailers love to push these traditional gifts, but often a simpler less expensive alternative that comes straight from the heart will do the trick.
It is most definitely the thought that counts – more specifically the thought you put into choosing the gift. You will make your loved one feel special by choosing gifts that connect with her personal passion rather than falling back on the same old gifts, which in effect tells how little thought went into choosing them.
Usually expensive does not mean much. “In fact, depending on where a couple is in their relationship, extravagant gifts like expensive lingerie or fancy chocolates can seem overwhelming,” says author and etiquette and gifting expert Leah Ingram. If you have just started dating a big present may attribute and imply more depth to the relationship than there actually is.
Men in stable married relationships will also find that their partners can be wooed by inexpensive but thoughtful gestures. A single rose with a note attached will go a long way in celebrating your love for your spouse. On Valentine’s morning cut stick up notes into heart shapes and stick messages all over the house while you fix breakfast in bed. The bathroom mirror, the refrigerator or the car door are apt places to stick love notes.
More than expensive gifts women like to feel cherished and loved. By paying attention to what their loved one really loves and doing your homework, you can buy perfect meaningful presents at no great costs.
A heartfelt card is worth its weight in gold. A few poignant lines will bring tears and smiles to her lovely face. Consider making a romantic dinner for two rather than taking her to a fancy restaurant. If you have a shred of culinary talent, make her favorite breakfast in bed complete with strawberries and whipped cream and some champagne.
Valentines flowers are a must. The best would be a bunch you have chosen with her favorite blooms in mind. Fill the house with flower stems and blooms and make the fragrance of flowers entice her. Valentine’s combos have flowers teamed with chocolates, dry fruits, sweets, cakes, soft toys, and teddies.
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