A ceramic vase because you don’t need a reason to give them flowers — you just love the way their face lights up every time you walk in with a new bouquet. Now, they won’t have to display it in a cracked mason jar!
365 messages in a bottle, so they can get a dose of love every day of the year. Each capsule contains a tiny piece of paper to share the way you feel about them. A friend gifted me something similar a few years ago, and I still read the notes whenever I need a bit of a boost.
A pair of succulent plants that couldn’t possibly grow as fast as your love for them does. They’re very low-maintenance succulents, so it’ll be tough for even those with the blackest of thumbs to kill them.
Or a hand-painted pot if they’re a more experienced ~plarent~, and their baby aloe is quickly outgrowing its current home.
A set of personalized stationery because your favorite thing in the world is their beautiful love notes. So, if you really think about it, the set is really a gift for both of you!
A Chatbooks photo album to remind them of all of the best memories you share together. This one has interactive pages such as a Valentine’s Day bucket list and fill-in-the-blank coupons!
Or an ornate frame for a single photo that’ll show them how much you cherish the memory.
A conversation deck because you never want to stop learning new things about them or growing in your relationship.
Or a 66-pack of date night cards because going to a nice restaurant just isn’t as fun as it used to be…. Six of the cards are blank, so you can add your own great ideas to the mix.
A Fujifilm Instax mini, so your shutterbug can actually print the adorable pictures they take of the two of you right on the spot.
A book of poems if you sometimes struggle to find the words to explain your feelings. Don’t worry — reading Mary Oliver won’t feel like taking a poetry class. She puts everything there is to say in the simplest of terms.
A 1,000-piece puzzle because you want to spend all of your time together but are running out of activities to do during what feels like an eternal winter.
A pair of gloves for when you’re not there to hold their freezing cold hands.
An original art commission that is as unique as your relationship. Once you fill out a quick questionnaire and share a few photos of you and your partner, your artist will quickly get to work transforming your feelings into a work of art. It’s definitely on the pricier side, but it’s a gift that they will never forget.
Or a minimalist poster that won’t disrupt their carefully curated decor but will make them think of you every time they look at it.
A body pillow for them to snuggle with when you can’t be there to spoon.
A four-pack of Riedel wineglasses because your indoor date nights will feel so much more elegant when you’re not drinking out of mismatched mugs. Even if they’re not a wine drinker, you might want to get these for yourself because they are extremely fancy glasses at an extremely good price.
Or a nine-piece mixologist bar set if they prefer to drink the stronger stuff. Plus, experimenting with cocktails will make for a really fun indoor activity for the two of you!
A bamboo resort sheet set to make your nights together even more romantic. I’ve got the blue set on my bed right now, and they are even silkier and shinier in person! They look even better after a bit of tossing and turning. 😉
A guided dream journal because you want to know about all of their adventures, even the ones that happen after they fall asleep in your arms.
A bath bomb gift set because you want to treat them to a day of pampering. Light a few candles, pour a couple of glasses of champagne, and pop the “Harmony” bomb in the bath — it’s scented with lavender and jasmine essential oils that will definitely help them unwind after a hectic day.
Powerbeats Pro true wireless headphones, so they can share their favorite tunes with you while you’re walking to your next adventure together. I guarantee you’ll get bonus points if you pair the gift with a playlist.
Or a Cuz I Love You on vinyl if spending so much time at home has encouraged them to embrace a more low-tech listening experience.
A body oil to use the next time you give them a massage. Nothing will make them relax faster than when you rub their sore muscles with this soothing concoction.
An Anker charging stand because they never remember to charge their phone, and you hate having to go hours without a text. Plus, they’ll be able to FaceTime with you hands-free without the battery dying in the middle of your call!
A four-piece candy bento box because a box of chocolates is just so tired. This cute little set comes with four lucite boxes of lip-shaped gummies, champagne bears, dark chocolate caramels, and strawberry-flavored popping candies!
A vanity mirror because you want them to be able to enjoy staring at their face as much as you do.