A great present to your spouse on Valentine's Day is one that says you care and that you remembered.
Flowers as the language of love
started back in the 1600's. Flowers are still a powerful communication tool today.
Candles usually signify romance. Buy several!
Named after a "sympathetic wife, a lovely Saxon named Lady Godiva", these chocolates are considered by many to be the world's most elegant, hand-crafted chocolates.
Make sure that this is something your spouse would truly enjoy before purchasing it. You could be communicating just the opposite of your intentions.
No, this isn't a Medieval torture device. This copper massager will create good energy by gently massage your spouse's scalp by touching acupressure points and giving a great deal of delight. It doesn't require batteries and isn't complicated to use. We have one and love it!
Do some research first to discover the type of jewelry your spouse wears so this trinket won't end up hidden away in the jewelry box. Many wives love heart shaped lockets or necklaces.
Helps your spouse sleep like a baby. Provides extra support.
Bath salts, bubble bath, perfume, cologne, skin creams, soaps, after shower rinses, and more. Make sure you know the type of fragrance that your mate loves.
Find your romantic special song, and play it as you take a romantic drive.
10. Gift CertificatesUse online gift certificates only if it is the very last minute and you are desperate! Better yet, make up your own certificate/coupon for a short trip out of town together, or for a picnic or dinner and a movie out, or for a massage. Be creative.