For cute, romantic, personal or tasty ideas to show your deep love on February 14th, check out the Valentine’s Day Gifts on RedEnvelope.com. You will be completely inspired and find a gift that sure to please your sweetheart, and I’m pretty sure you’ll find something that you’ll want to ‘hint’ to someone that you’d like!
With a sensational array of romantic gifts, Red Envelope is a perfect place to shop. They have gift ideas to suit any budget too.
Jewelry, no doubt, is a favorite of of the ladies. Seriously how cute is this Love Letter Necklace?
The words “I Love You” are engraved on the front and the back may be engraved with a name.
And who says lockets are just for girls? Check out these ‘Locket Cuff Links’ for your man, where he can hide away pictures of you and your kids. These cufflinks will let him ‘wear his heart on his sleeve’ literally.
Feeling romantic, doesn’t mean you can’t be comfy at the same time. Which is a good thing, because I practically live in my pjs! I picked up a pair of Red Envelope’s reasons i love you pajamas. A window pane pattern is formed on the full length bottoms with 100 different reasons why you’re loved. They actually are available in both women’s and men’s styles, so you can lounge around the house or go to sleep counting all the reasons you love each other!
Quite honestly in my home – the tasty gifts are the most preferred. Red Envelope has you completely covered on that front. With choices from well known and trusted brands such as Godiva, Ghiradelli, Cherry Moon Farms and Mrs. Fields, you’ll definitely get through to your recipient’s heart (and taste buds!) with these gourmet gifts.
I got my husband and daughter the Mrs. Field’s Tempting Tray of Treats (With 2 Free Cookies!). It comes with 30 assorted nibbler sized cookies, 18 brownie bites and 2 heart shaped frosted cookies. With that many treats, I may even get a few to try!
But you know, we have to eat those treats off something, so I also picked up the Sweet Heart Dessert Plates to serve them on. How fun are these to serve up your Valentine’s Day Goodies? I’m setting aside the “Hug Me” one for my daughter because she is always asking for hugs .
If you still need to buy a Valentine’s Day gift for your significant other, best friend, mom or kids (or maybe for yourself… hey, I’m all about self-indulgence!) So stop stressing, there’s no need for a last-minute trip to the mall, or waiting in long holiday lines at the shops: once you’ve picked out the perfect gift at Red Envelope for your special someone, choose delivery dates (including day-of shipping), select gift wrap and a personalized card, then you’re set!
One lucky reader will receive a $100 Gift Code to use at RedEnvelope.com!
To enter the giveaway visit RedEnvelope.com and let me know what you would choose for Valentine’s Day for a loved one, or yourself! (Besides the items mentioned in this post) You can enter daily. (When you have completed the mandatory entry once, each subsequent day, you can simply comment with “daily entry”).
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