AD – Gifted items
If you’re looking for some ideas for Valentine’s Day gifts, here are some to think about.
Gifts don’t have to work on an individual basis for Valentine’s Day. As this is a celebration about love I thought these matching name cushions from GiftPup were a really nice idea. I love that we now have our own cushions and they can’t get mixed up. These are super comfortable as well!
Not too long ago we were sent this beautiful personalised star map from GreaterSkies (full review coming tomorrow). These star maps can show the constellations for any place, any date and any time and it would make such a different Valentine’s Day gift. I chose the Romantic style which has the date and time that we got married in Orlando and it’s one of my favourite prints in the whole house now.
For me, stationery is always a good gift, no matter what the occasion is. Derwent have some wonderful stationey sets but I personally love the Derwent bullet journal set. This could be a lovely addition to someone’s current collection or also great for someone who is just getting into journalling.
Sometimes I think we easily forget men when it comes to cosmetics and beauty products. John always mentions that he would love a travel set of his own and this Baylis & Harding Skin spa men’s weekend bag from Victoria Plum is stylish and has all of the products needed for a weekend away. What’s even better is that there is plenty of space for clothes as well!
Erin is now 3 and we have only had family members look after her less than a handful of times. Erin has certainly never slept out anywhere without John and I so when it comes to time away we always have to look for a family friendly option. Buy A Gift have a great option for an experience voucher where you can get a Two night family break at a Novotel hotel so John, Erin and I will be spending a few days in Ipswich in April.
To go along with a hotel experience voucher why not think about a meal experience as well? Buy A Gift have loads to choose from but we’ll be enjoying a 3 course meal with wine for 2 at Prezzo while we’re away.
If you’re not able to travel too far due to work and family commitments then remember that there are some real gems that are probably a lot closer to come. Red Letter Days have so many gift experiences so there’s bound to be something close to where you live. We will be enjoying a Country House Escape for Two at The Grove, Cromer a little bit later in the year.
Do any of these catch your eye? Would your Valentine like any of the products we’ve suggested?