Valentine’s Day gifts for her

Valentine’s Day is all about keeping your woman happy and giving her a special day to remember. Many of you will be planning romantic dinners and evenings out. There is a sure way to get yourself a head start to the day by making sure you buy your lovely lady a nice gift. Here’s a few ideas.

Flowers

Probably the most popular gifts for the ladies on Valentine’s day are flowers, chocolates and gift hampers. The biggest and best supplier of those is Interflora. Pictured above are some of the selection available; Valentine’s Day Luxury Hamper with Personalised Tag (£49.99), Sparkling Rosé Wine with Love Balloons (£24.99) and of course, last but not least flowers Dramatic Dozen with Sparkling Rosé (£54.95).

Bunches are also offering a great deal for your loved one this valentine’s day; a free box of chocolates with every order! Check out their range here.

Films

With Valentine’s films, you have 2 options really. You can go with either your standard Rom Com if you plan on watching it together, then this is for you. If you want to present your lovely lady with a present just for her, go with a Chick Flick. There’s no shortage to choose from at the moment – just try to get one she doesn’t already have! There are 3 big DVD releases this week and Front Row Reviews suggests: The Ugly Truth with Gerard Butler and Katherine Heigl, Couples Retreat with Vince Vaughn and Malin Akerman or Love Happens with Aaron Eckhart and Jennifer Aniston.

Gift Experiences

If you’re struggling to find the perfect gift your partner, then Red Letter Days could come to your rescue! They have some amazing gifts. They are on the pricier side compared to a DVD or Blu-ray but its not about being cheap – its about creating a special memory for your loved one. Here’s a few suggestions; London Backstage Theatre Tour plus Tickets for Two (£149), Does your lady consider herself a budding film star? how about the Beauty Makeover and Photoshoot (£25)… or… the ultimate gift, a Helicopter Sightseeing Tour of London (£149).

About The Author

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Pete graduated from University in 2003 with a degree in Digital Art. With a real interest in all the creative arts, he then went on to set up his own digital design agency, Elastic Eye - specialising in all forms of graphic design, web design, photography and MoreEyes VJ collective - specialising in VJ'ing, projection mapping and audio-visual performance.

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