Valentine’s Day Gift Guide

Valentine’s Day Gift Guide

Love is in the air! The heart-shaped boxes of chocolate, bright bouquets and squeezable teddy bears are lining shelves. With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we’ve created a gift guide to help you show your sweetheart you care. Gifts are better when they come with a story, so these ideas are a bit more meaningful than whatever you can grab while you’re out on your weekly shopping trip.

Box of Chocolates

When it comes to Valentine’s Day gifts, you can’t really go wrong with chocolate. While the drug-store box of chocolates will tick the box, go above and beyond this year with something special.

Allergen-Free Vegan Truffles

red heart box of chocolates with a gold interior.

https://nowheychocolate.com/seasonal/valentines-day/heart-chocolate-truffle-box/

No Whey Foods has the perfect box of chocolate truffles for your vegan love. They steer clear of the following allergens: milk, tree nuts, peanuts, soy, wheat, sesame and eggs. No Whey Foods does not use artificial flavors or colors.

Fair Trade Certified Chocolate

chocolate cup desserts stacked with peanut butter.

Unreal Chocolate – https://www.fairtradecertified.org/shopping-guides/fair-trade-chocolate

You can show that you care about your partner, and small farms, by giving the gift of Fair Trade Certified chocolate for Valentine’s Day. Since 1998, Fair Trade Certified Chocolate has invested almost $14 million in cocoa-producing communities in Ecuador, Ivory Coast, Dominican Republic and Peru. Check out this guide for a list of fair trade chocolatiers.

Jewelry

If you take advice from television commercials, it would seem jewelry is the only way to go on Feb. 14. While your valentine may adore some diamond earrings or a bracelet dripping in charms, we’ve found a few jewelry options that prioritize personalization over price.

Eve’s Addiction Coordinate Necklace

gold coordinates pendant necklace

https://www.evesaddiction.com/custom-coordinate-vertical-bar-gold-necklace/NL12186

Coordinate Necklaces from Eve’s Addiction are available in tons of materials and shapes for both men and women. These customized necklaces allow your person to wear the latitude and longitude of a significant location around their neck. Print the coordinates of your wedding venue, your first date or the place you met.

Birth Month Flower Necklace

birthstone flower necklaces in resin left to right a hexagon, a circle, a circle and another hexagon pendant.

https://www.etsy.com/listing/743728235/birth-month-flower-necklace?click_key=9dba2021cca57514d8e9590b29af95bf223011e5%3A743728235&click_sum=1dfcb3fe&ga_order=most_relevant&ga_search_type=all&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_search_query=unique+jewelry&ref=sr_gallery-1-14&frs=1&bes=1

Give your Valentine a beautiful flower petal necklace, completely customized for her. Echo By Abigail makes handmade birth month flower petal necklaces on Etsy. You can pick the shape and size of the glass slide as well as the mini flower petals that represent her birth month.

Flowers

Speaking of flowers … expectations for a lovely bouquet of flowers are high on holidays like Valentine’s Day. There are a plethora of options for florists — both locally and online. We’ve picked two with lovely flowers and prompt delivery.

A Bouquet from Urban Stems

boquet of flowers with orange, blue, and pink in a glass vase.

Typically, buying a bouquet is pretty easy. It’s harder to nail the perfect flowers on the highest of love holidays. Check out the extensive collection of on-trend arrangements from Urban Stems. They offer next day delivery across the U.S. Urban Stems provides same day courier delivery in New York City and Washington, D.C.

International Flower Delivery

rose bouquet with baby's breath in red wrapping paper

https://www.sendflowersworldwide.com/product/18-red-roses

It doesn’t matter if you are separated from your Valentine by thousands of miles or even entire oceans. The folks at sendflowersworldwide.com work with local florists all over the world to deliver the perfect bouquet, right on time. The business was born of a desire to send flowers to anyone, anywhere when the time calls. The time is now. The company suggests you allow two to three days lead time for major holidays like Valentine’s Day.

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