Valentine’s Day is one of those holidays that can inspire a lot of different emotions. For some, it’s a chance to indulge their romantic side and something to look forward to. For others, the pressure to find the perfect gift and plan the perfect evening can be a cause for anxiety rather than giddy delight.
Finding the right way to celebrate Valentine’s Day can be especially tricky depending on your relationship status. If you’ve been together for many years, you probably have a pretty good idea what your partner likes (and expects) on February 14, but maybe you’re struggling to find a more creative way to show your love. If you’re in a new relationship, on the other hand, navigating the line between too casual and too-much-too-soon might have you feeling unsure of yourself.
To help you tackle these challenges, here are some Valentine’s Day gift ideas based on relationship status. Scroll down for my suggestions, click the images to shop, and be sure to share the post with your friends!
Valentine’s Gifts for New Relationships
You really like each other, but you’re still testing the waters and getting to know each other. So you don’t want to overdo it with, say, a personalized romantic ring that expresses your undying love. On the other hand, you don’t want to ignore the occasion and risk seeming like you don’t care. Choose something pretty, ideally something that shows you put some thought into it, but not something with an overtly romantic message.
The Faith Is Believing Diamond Pendant Necklace is a lovely choice if she’s religious:
The Sedona Sky Ring has a chic Bohemian vibe that’s both stylish and unique:
If you really want to impress her, the Cascade of Beauty Diamond Pendant Necklace is stunning without being too personal or over-the-top romantic:
Valentine’s Gifts for When It’s True Love
You’ve been together long enough to know that what you have is the real deal. You’ve said the L-word and met each other’s families, and you’re each other’s automatic +1 to any event. Choose a romantic gift that shows your devotion, and make it really special with personalization.
Tell her she’s “The One” with the Two Hearts Become Soul Mates Personalized Ring, a classic symbol of love that was meant to be:
Heart-shaped crystal birthstones and your names make the Loving Embrace Personalized Pendant Necklace a dazzling tribute to your relationship that’s perfect for Valentine’s Day.
The Love Personalized Diamond Ring is elegant, simple and makes your feelings sparkling clear:
Valentine’s Gifts for Lifelong Love
Whether you’ve been married for months, years or decades, you two are in it for the long haul. When it comes to choosing a Valentine’s gift, don’t be afraid to go above and beyond. At this stage in your relationship, you want to choose a gift that expresses the strength and depth of your enduring love in a way that’s personal, unique and thoroughly dazzling.
With over 1/2 carat of genuine diamonds in a 24K gold-plated setting, the ultra glamorous Diamond Delight Diamond Ring will make her feel like a million bucks:
Sweep her off her feet with the Love Completes Us Personalized White Topaz Ring, a two-in-one stacking ring that says it all:
Valentine’s Gifts for When You’ve Created a Family Together
There’s no greater joy in a couple’s life than the joy of bringing a child into the world together. Whether you’re a young couple who are just starting your family or proud grandparents who love nothing more than being surrounded by grandkids, pick a Valentine’s gift that celebrates your greatest accomplishment as a couple: your family.
Create a radiant family tree that sparkles and shines with the Family of Love Personalized Pendant Necklace, which can be personalized with up to 7 names and crystal birthstones.
The Strength of Family Diamond Ring can hold up to 6 engraved names, making it perfect for mothers with smaller families.
Customize the Family of Love Personalized Diamond Bracelet with the names of up to 10 kids, grandkids, or any loved ones to create a Valentine’s gift that is meaningful, elegant and timeless.
Thanks so much for reading! I hope you found these suggestions helpful and that they help alleviate any stress you might feel about Valentine’s Day. Be sure to check out my recent post for some fun and creative Valentine’s Day date ideasValentine's Day Gifts for Every Relationship Status by thebradford