While flowers and candy are always welcomed on Valentine’s Day, it’s such a sweet surprise to give and receive something a little out of the ordinary; especially when it’s a gift you can enjoy for months or years to come, or one that gives back. We’ve rounded up some thoughtful and beautiful ideas just in time for you to order online (because online shopping is life). Fair warning, you might end up gifting yourself a little something… these goodies are all too gorgeous!
1. Kate Marker Home ‘Hers’ Gift Box
This pretty box overflows with the delightfully fresh scent of Rosewater Sage products, all in soft blush packaging that look as good as they smell. The soy candle in a ceramic container has a twine-handled lid, and the hand wash and lotion duo on a neutral white dish will brighten any counter or vanity. A light wood heart bowl conveys the sentiment of the holiday and is the perfect accent, along with our bone beads, to a cocktail or console table vignette. An antique brass frame adds a warm touch to frame your Valentine! Buy it here.
2. Plum Pretty Sugar
This Valentine’s Day, along with Plum Pretty Sugar, join us in being a champion of love for victims of domestic violence and abuse. Between February 1st and February 14th, Plum Pretty Sugar will gift one of their Pink Love Poppy robes to women in need for every order placed (robes are perfect for Valentine’s Day gifting!). These robes will be provided to PPS’s anti-domestic abuse partners, Haven Hills and Knock Out Abuse West. Wondering how a robe can change a life? Read more about this cause HERE.
3. Trade Chocolate for a Cookbook
Food is my love language (but really, why isn’t food on the official love language list?). While I will never pass up a box of chocolates, I like the idea of gifting a beautiful cookbook that someone can craft meals from for years to come. Eat Beautiful is a personal favorite of mine and ties into the color theme if you like to sneak in pink wherever you can this time of year. Buy it here.
4. A Lovely Gift that Grows
I recently received a amaryllis bulb for Christmas and after planting it about a month ago, it’s now in beautiful bloom. It struck the idea that gifting plants is equally (if not more) lovely as a big bunch of flowers and often costs less with a much longer lifespan. Win-win. Think topiaries, succulents, clover (with St. Pat’s around the corner), etc. Shop our favorite selection of planters and pots here.
5. Beautiful Gifting for the Home
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