Valentine’s Day is celebrated on 14th February every year and is the perfect occasion to express love and affection to your partner.
The origin of Valentine’s Day stems from a Christian feast day honouring St. Valentine, a 3rd-century martyr. However, over the years in recent times, it has transformed into a day for expressing love through messages, gifts, and tokens of affection such as cards, flowers, and chocolates.
Make your loved one feel extra special this Valentine’s Day by giving a thoughtful and memorable gift. Show them how much they mean to you with a gesture they will cherish for years to come.
We at the Indo Thai News team have put together a list of creative and colourful gift ideas for this Valentine’s Day:
An Elegant Way of Celebrating Love: Bright Bouquet Mix
Flowers have been a symbol of love and affection for centuries and have forever been an important representation of love.
A bouquet of bright, vibrant flowers carries a message of love and appreciation that words cannot express, making them a timeless and classic gift for Valentine’s Day. The opportunity to express love with a bouquet of your partner’s favourite flowers is limitless.
If you are unaware of your partner’s choice (which, frankly, you shouldn’t be), you can also choose a mixture of roses, sunflowers, and lilies that are everyone’s favourite.
So, this Valentine’s Day, choose a simple and elegant way to express love and appreciation to someone special.
Love in a Box: Delicious Rainbow Candies or Chocolates or Cookies
“Life is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re gonna get”— Forest Gump.
Candies, chocolates and cookies are reminiscent of memorable times spent together. They are not just simple treats but rather a form of therapy.
A box of rainbow candies, delicious chocolates, or cookies makes a perfect and romantic Valentine’s gift. It is a playful and whimsical gesture that shows your love and affection and brightens your partner’s Day.
You can gift a box of a rainbow by selecting candies, chocolates or cookies in different colours, arranged to create a rainbow-like effect.
Jewel of Love: Personalised Jewellery Gift Ideas for a Memorable Valentine’s Day
Jewellery is always a popular gift on Valentine’s Day. You can personalise it to make a statement of your commitment or for a heartfelt expression.
Customising jewellery unleashes your creativity and adds sentimental value to the gift. It’s a way to show your love and affection in a tangible and lasting way.
Running out of creative ideas during this high-pressure yet lovable event? Don’t worry. We got you covered! Feel free to make the day special by personalising your jewellery in the following ways:
- Name Necklaces.
- Engraved Bracelets.
- Photo Lockets.
- Couple’s Rings.
- Monogrammed Earrings.
Choose a piece that reflects your loved one’s style and taste, and they’ll treasure it for years to come.
The Language of Love: Your Partner’s Favourite Books/Novels
“So please, oh please, we beg, we pray, go throw your TV set away, and in its place, you can install a lovely bookshelf on the wall”— Roald Dahl.
Books are windows to the unknown world, a world we may desire that doesn’t exist yet. They often manifest glimpses of an unforgiving moment in which we felt powerful enough to stop time and create our own world.
If your partner loves to read, then a set of colourful books would be a great gift. You can choose from a variety of their favourite genres or pick the trending one on everyone’s list to express your unarticulated emotions.
A Pop of Love: Colourful Home Décor
“For the two of us, home isn’t a place. It is a person. And we are finally home”— Stephanie Perkins.
Home is often the beginning, where you start to believe in love and hope, a place that defines the limit of your passion and offers wings to your dreams. It is the space where all the beauty lies and where your mind is at peace.
If your partner loves decorating the home, offering to add beautiful décor to your loved one’s surroundings gives a serene sense of assurance for a compatible future.
You can choose from various options, such as colourful vases, picture frames, or wall art. You can also opt for a set of candles in different or throw pillows of different colours that enhance the ambience.
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Did You Know?
Geoffrey Chaucer, one of England’s most renowned poets, wrote “Parliament of Fowls,” a poem known for its literary excellence and the first reference to St. Valentine, the patron saint of love.
Chaucer’s use of the East Midlands dialect was pivotal in shaping the Modern English language.