Gift Guide for Valentines Day

It’s the month of commercialized love.

So you’re stumped on what to get your loved ones for the holiday, well you made it to the right place. Buying gifts is one of my favorite things to do and making lists is an other, so let’s get into this gift guide.

Photo by Birgith Roosipuu on Unsplash

For your significant other.

ScentBird Subscription

I love ScentBird because you can opt for just one month or splurge for the year! It’s a fun way to keep your partner thinking about you all day and who knows you might even help them stumble across a new favorite scent. Plus it doesn’t take up much space and it’s something they will actually use.

The Homemade Gift

Coupon books are a great way to use your partners love language to curate a perfect cheap gift. You can make these on canva and simply print them out. You can include things like a massage, write loving affirmations, no phone time, breakfast in bed.

Photo from Calli and Oak

For your Fam.

Gas Gift Card.

I know you’re thinking, what does this have to do with Valentines Day but it’s simple, works for pretty much anyone in your life and who wants to pay for their own gas? Add a cute note that says “I just wanted to gas you up” with a cute compliment and some chocolates!

The Homemade Gift.

SPEND TIME WITH THEM. Like real time, bake cookies and watch a movie, you can use my vegan chocolate chip cookie recipe! Take pictures and make memories. You can do this with your kids, your parents, your grandparents and I’m sure they’ll think it’s the best V-day ever.

For Your Friends.

A Spicy Red Nail Color.

Red is such a statement color and with so many different shades there’s got to be one for your bestie. Paint your nails and then the city red with your bestie!

The Homemade Gift.

Make a photo book of all your memories. We’re in the time of archived instagram posts for an aesthetic feed so why not make an aesthetic photo book for their coffee table. You can head to a thrift store to score a great book and fill it with your pictures and memories.

If you want some more ideas for your loved ones (or yourself) you can check out my guide from last year here.

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