On the hunt for Valentine’s Day gifts for him or her?
Choosing a gift for your partner can be really difficult but don’t worry, we’ve got you (and yes, we’ve ditched the personalised photo frames that end up in the back of a cupboard).
From cute date night ideas through to gifts that will actually get used, we’ve pulled together a list of some of the best valentines day gift ideas for your loved one.
Self-care relaxation box
Everywhere is opening back up again and getting a table reservation is getting increasingly difficult, especially if you’ve left it last minute. Forget the mask and stay at home with a relaxation box from Etsy. Packed full of self-care products to transport you to a place of zen.
Enjoy each other’s company and do something special without having to leave the comfort of your warm home. There are tons of options available online starting from £20 through to £200, depending on how much you want to spend.
Give your partner a gift they’ll actually use, like the JBL Reflect Flow Pro Headphones. They’re completely waterproof, true wireless noise cancelling, active sport earbuds with 6 mics – ideal for calls and zero noise. The perfect gift for sports fanatics or working from home.
These headphones offer 30 hours of playtime and are Qi-compatible so you don’t have to worry about running out of charge. They’re comfortable and come in 4 cute colours (pink, black, blue or beige) depending on your partner’s style. #WithLoveFromJBL
Finding a gift for someone that has everything can be really difficult. My husband doesn’t want for much, but he’s a coffee enthusiast. He’s got all the equipment he needs but he’s always running out of coffee beans and he LOVES trying new flavours.
Whilst I could bulk buy him beans, it’s much better and more exciting if they arrive fresh each month. It’s the gift that keeps on giving! There are lots of subscription gift choices from spices, teas, and coffees, through to cocktail making kits, and magazine subscriptions.
Make your own set
Spice up your date night by making your own chocolates or having a play with some pottery clay. Buying a ‘make your own kit is a great way to spend the evening with your partner doing something a little bit different, whilst also checking something off of your bucket list.
Whether you end up making something to eat or something to keep, it’s a great alternative to going out for dinner and will guarantee a few giggles along the way.
If you’re really struggling to find a gift for your OH, buy them an experience. It doesn’t have to be a voucher from an experienced website, instead just plan a romantic day for the two of you and make it your treat. Perhaps you could start with breakfast in bed then plan a day out at a local attraction.
If you want to push the boat out, you can always plan a weekend break at a local hotel. February tends to be low season so you can grab a deal by going at this time of year (especially if you dodge Valentine’s Day and the weekend before, and go shortly afterwards).
What are you planning for your partner on Valentine’s day?