Valentines Day Gift Guide

I have always loved Valentine’s Day ever since I was kid. Valentines Day does not have to be just for those with significant others! This is just a day to express love and appreciation. So let’s talk about different ways to gift your loved ones based on their love language!

Physical Touch: If their love language is touch they feel immense comfort from physical things. Some things this person might enjoy as a gift may be a massage. You could think get a couples massage together or you could give them a gift certificate to get one on their own! Another nice gift for them may be a weighted blanket. These blankets feel as if someone is hugging you. Another way to personalize this gift is by getting it custom made with a picture on it! 

Words of Affirmation: If their love language is words of affirmation they enjoy others expressing their affection for them. Some great gifts for this group would be handwritten letters. You could make a few with themes such as one titled “when you’re having a bad day” or “when you’re doubting yourself”. Another gift idea for this group could be a jar filled with reasons why you love them. One more special idea for this group would be making them a playlist of songs that makes you think of them.

Quality Time: If their love language is quality time they enjoy not only being in your presence but doing activities where you’re actually together. Some fun valentines day gifts for this group would be a get away day/night. Take them on a get away to a cabin or a new environment just the two of you. This group may also enjoy doing something challenging together such as going to an escape room!

Acts of Service: If their love language is acts of service they enjoy feeling taken care of. Some gift ideas for this group are items that will help make their lives easier. This group of people would enjoy a gift card to places they visit often. If they have been mentioning something they have been needing or wanting such as a coffee maker this would be a great gift for them. This group will enjoy the little things such as cleaning the house for them as well. 

Receiving Gifts: If their love language is gift giving this does not necessarily mean they like materialistic things. This group of people enjoy the thought and visual representation of your love. Some nice gifts for this group of people may be jewlery. This allows them to wear it regularly and think of how you got it for them. You can personalize the jewelry by engraving something special such as the date you met. They may also enjoy something as simple as flowers. You can take this gift the extra mile by getting them one of those chocolate covered strawberry boxes that are trending on social media.

My best friend gave me this for my birthday and I felt so special

It’s honestly just about the thought and genuine love that’s put into the gift. I hope you all have a happy Valentines Day taken or single. Comment your love language and a gift you would like to receive!

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1 Response to Valentines Day Gift Guide

  1. Laura DeMarco says:

    This is so sweet! I’m stealing the “Why I Love You” jar idea.

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