The Do's and Don’ts When Gifting on Valentine’s Day
The history of Valentine’s Day is a little bit obscure and complex – it originated as a Western Christian feast and fertility celebration, and it become associated with romantic love during the 14th century.
These days the holiday celebrates romance. It is tradition for couples to give each other gifts that show their love and devotion. Giving your special someone a gift on Valentine’s Day can be difficult, as there are so many options out there to choose from. In order to help you on your quest to find a great gift that will bring a smile to the face of your beloved, here are some dos and don’ts to keep in mind.
DO buy chocolate! Almost everyone loves chocolate, so it’s likely to be a good bet. However, don’t buy the cheap stuff – the difference in taste is noticeable. Invest a little more in high quality chocolate and the gift will be much more appreciated.
Nothing screams “last minute gift” more than three dozen wilted roses for five dollars from a roadside stand or grocery store. Try a luxury pampering hamper that will last longer then a few days and will leave the recipient feeling relaxed and pampered.
DO treat them to some fine wine or champagne. If your Valentine likes a glass of wine or bubbly, they will really enjoy this treat. Avoid the stuffed Teddies and toys, as cute as they can be! Instead, give them something a little more luxurious . A guaranteed winner!
DO wrap the gift in a beautiful way. This is something we pride our selves in here at Pamper Hamper Gifts. Everything is wrapped to perfection! The perfectly wrapped gift make’s it feel more special and the act of unwrapping the gift really adds to the anticipation.
Avoid the stuffed Teddies and toys, as cute as they are! Instead try gifting something with a little more class and elegance.
DO write a heartfelt card. Take the time to compose a thoughtful message that tells them how you feel about them and how much you appreciate having them in your life. A beautifully written and meaningful card can be a wonderful keepsake that they treasure for many years, even after the chocolates have been eaten and the champagne finished.
These are just a few important things to remember when you are giving your special someone a gift on Valentine's Day. With a little bit of thought and care, you can find something that will really delight them and make them feel loved.