Vista, CA (PRWEB) February 09, 2013
Stumped on what to get her this year? Don’t think too hard about it! Women are easy to please with a thoughtful gift. For women, gifts are a reflection of how well her man knows her, and the condition of the relationship. It’s a great opportunity to show her that she has made a fabulous relationship choice! Here are 10 ideas she is sure to love.
1. TV Cuddle Blanket or Snuggie
Who doesn’t love to cuddle? Give her something she’ll use every night as she cuddles on the couch and watches her favorite show. And since her feet are always cold, there are pockets at the bottom for her to slip into. Also includes a pocket for a book or remote. Choose a fun pattern, or red and pink for the season.
This is a gift that benefits everyone. Women love smelling good so choose a fragrance that will make her feel beautiful. Don’t skimp out. Pick a perfume in a pretty glass bottle like “Lola” from Marc Jacobs that she’ll enjoy looking at and think of her man every time she puts it on.
3. Flowers and Chocolate
No matter how cliché this gift might be, it is absolutely fool-proof. Most women love receiving a bouquet of flowers and a box of their favorite chocolates—a proven aphrodisiac. Get her red roses and a box of Ghirardelli or Godiva. Again, don’t skimp out! She can get regular flowers and chocolate any day--make these luxurious.
4. Memory Book
If she is the sentimental type (and let’s be honest, most women are), then creating a memory book of fun times together is the perfect gift. Giving her something that’s homemade is all the more special and it’s something she definitely won’t find anywhere else. Collect ticket stubs from movies and concerts, photos, and any other items from fun dates. Paste into a book and write little messages of inside jokes, poems, or funny captions. Do this and be dubbed the King of Valentine’s Day (this title comes with many benefits).
Jewelry may be another cliché, but it is a proven success time and time again. So why not choose something that works? White gold is usually more popular than yellow and a necklace is always a safer option than earrings or a bracelet. If it’s a serious relationship, consider getting the necklace engraved with initials or a short inscription. Tip: slip it on her when she is not looking for an added surprise.
6. Coupon Book
If cash-flow is low, then a coupon book of “services” is a great way to go! Make coupons for a personal massage, a night of doing all the dishes, cooking a meal, walking the dog, watching her favorite movie with her or cleaning a room in the house. These acts of kindness are priceless and she’ll most likely be very thankful. Win-win!
Buy her something that will make her feel beautiful. Give her an excuse to dress up and go out. A little black dress is always a winner!
8. Romantic Picnic
If Valentine’s Day crowds are too much this year, try something a little more private and unique. Pack a picnic for two with items like wine, sandwiches, fruit and a delicious dessert. Bring a blanket and some utensils and make it a surprise! Take her to a park at sunset, the beach, a garden, or even the living room if it’s too cold out. Make sure to light candles and have a romantic mix playing on an iPod or phone. She’ll love how much thought went into a special evening just for her.
9. A Hot Tub for the Backyard
Give her many nights of intimacy and fun right in your own backyard. A great choice would be an Elemental patio tub that seats two, can be customized with different exterior colors and even painted to match any backyard’s décor. It can be plugged into any 110 outlet and needs very little maintenance, making it a true plug-in-play. Relax in the warm, healing waters together in privacy.
10. Romantic Getaway
Take her away to spend quality time together, like a ski resort, beach bungalow, day hike, or a place she’s wanted to go but has been too busy to make the trip. This is the perfect excuse to make a weekend out of Valentine’s Day and make some great memories!
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