It’s the thought that counts, right? But…where do I find that? 🤔 Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered! Today, I’m sharing ideas for thoughtful Valentine’s gifts that don’t cost a bundle.
Fun fact: When my husband and I were dating, he used to make me a home cooked meal since we were trying to do Valentine’s Day on a budget. We would both wear nice clothes, just as if we were going out to dinner, and then enjoy a nice quiet meal at home. It felt like an event because we’d light candles, use fancy plates and make a special meal. It gave us the experience of a fancy dinner, but for much less money!
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- tickets to a concert
- sport event
- Disney on ice
- dinner at a favorite restaurant (bonus if you pick out an outfit to wear too!)
For the adventurous type
- hot air ballon ride
- ice skating
- nature hike
- white-water rafting
- surf lessons
- day on a chartered fishing boat
- handmade card (just buy embellishments at your local craft store)
- photo album
- scrapbook of events you’ve attended together
- photo coffee tumbler (you can have one made HERE)
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Share what you want for V-day or what you plan to give in the comments below. I’d love to hear more ideas, and more than likely, you’ll be helping someone else out!
Don’t forget to check out my post on Valentine’s gift ideas for your kids!
Coming soon: Tips for Hosting Gal-entine’s Day 😍
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