Just when you thought the gift-giving season was ending, here it is again. Valentine’s Day is approaching faster than you think, which means more gift decisions need to be made. Stay ahead of the last-minute craze this year with these gift ideas for your sweetheart:
We offer a variety of Valentine’s Day sweets to pre-order for your sweetheart:
4-pack of gourmet cupcakes
Half dozen large chocolate covered strawberries
One dozen large chocolate covered strawberries
Pre-orders for Valentine’s day treats need to be placed by February 4th. If you miss the deadline for pre-orders, we will have small, medium, large, and jumbo size strawberries in store on February 13th and 14th.
If you want to really impress your sweetheart this Valentine’s day try pairing one of our sweet treats with one of these gifts:
You can never go wrong with flowers. For a new twist on the classic dozen roses, you can try sending twelve single flowers over the course of her day, so she can build her own bouquet. Leave one on her doorstep in the morning, have more delivered throughout the day, and deliver the last one in person. Red and pink roses have symbolized love since Victorian times. Red and pink tulips represent new beginnings, making them a great gift for a new romance that’s just starting to bloom. Orchids are reminiscent of faraway lands, adding an exotic element of imagination to your floral mix. The first thing she will do when receiving flowers from you is to look at the card, so take the time to put some real thought into it. Use a poem or line from a book that’s significant to you, and remember that this is the one day of the year when corny and cheesy is good.
A beautiful necklace is a great gift for a new romance. They’re available in a wide range of prices and styles, so it’s easy to find something she will love. Charm bracelets are a fun gift, since additional charms can be added to mark special occasions through the years. Select one in gold or sterling silver, with a single charm attached. Since it is Valentine’s Day after all, a heart charm engraved with the date – or a message that’s meaningful to both of you – is a great way to get the collection started. If she’s the romantic type, she will surely love jewelry with a heart theme.
Valentine’s day gifts don’t have to be complicated. Flowers and sweets are always a safe choice. If you want to make it more personal and add some jewelry, make sure you get something that is appropriate for the stage of your relationship: if you have been together for a month, getting her a ring (even if it’s not meant as an engagement ring) might not be the best choice. Selecting a bracelet, earrings, or a necklace will do the trick.