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Valentine’s Day Gifts Made More Special

By Admin / Published on Friday, 19 Jan 2018 19:24 PM / Comments Off on Valentine’s Day Gifts Made More Special / 158 views

flowers and a box of chocolates With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, some men are probably asking themselves: is giving a piece of jewelry, a bouquet of flowers, or a box of chocolates still considered special?

Well, the answer is yes. With just a little creativity and thoughtfulness, you can still make these gifts special.

Lovely and meaningful

You can hardly go wrong with a nice piece of jewelry. You can make it extra special for her by adding something that evokes wonderful memories. You can ask your local jewelry shop here in St. Louis, MO to have a silver pendant engraved with important dates, such as your anniversary and birthdays.

You can also have a pearl bracelet re-stringed to include ornaments reminding her of your very first date.

Fragrant and heartwarming

Before heading to the florist, do a little research on the meanings of flowers to make your gift offering more significant. Then, instead of getting just one kind of flower, have a bouquet arranged containing the flowers that convey your feelings.

Just to give you an idea – red roses symbolize love; violets, devotion; and morning glories, affection. Top it off with a handwritten message explaining the meaning behind each flower, as well as why she makes you feel that way.

Sweet but healthy

If you can’t resist giving your woman chocolates on this day, try making them yourself. Search for healthy recipes using chocolate – chocolate chip cookies, muffins, or mousse – yourself. This way, you don’t only make a grand gesture of love, but also ensure your special someone will be eating something healthy.

Even if your baking exercise ends up a complete disaster, you can always say it’s the thought (and effort!) that counts.

Whatever gift you eventually give your girl, it’ll already be special because it’s from you, but even more so if it has your personal loving touch.