Keeping a marriage on the up and up is difficult at the best of times. Forget a Valentine’s gift for your wife and you might be heading to the divorce court. Females take Valentine’s Day very seriously and choosing not to celebrate it with your wife is a risky business. Yes, finding the perfect gift can be a challenge. Yes, we appreciate you might not want to be too cliche. But what are your alternatives?
Don’t let the occasion pass without at the very least giving her a Valentine’s card. But take it from us when we say you won’t regret it if you take things a little further. A Valentine gift for your wife isn’t going to be easy to find, but you don’t have to lose sleep over the challenge. We’re here to help with a site that is full to the brim with brilliant, inspiring, unusual, unique, romantic and simply sentimental gifts that will make her weak at the knees.
Why don’t we help with a countdown to Valentine’s Day so you can be sure that you’re well prepared for such an important day?
Top Rated Valentine Gift Ideas for Your Wife
24k Gold-Dipped Natural Rose
- A natural rose dipped in 24 karat gold.
- It perfectly combines the beauty of a rose and the majesty of fine gold.
- Presented in an exquisite leather case, and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Red Natural Rose Glazed & Trimmed
red glazed rose
- A real yellow rose which has been hand-picked at its height of beauty.
- Perfectly glazed with a trim of 24 karat gold
- Presented in a stylish display case made from PU leather, with a double-sided authenticity certificate.
Red Glazed Rose Heart Pendant
- Luxurious pendant created from red natural miniature rose petals.
- Styled in a heart shape, the pendant is studded with 21 radiant synthetic diamonds.
- Presented in a thick navy-blue velvet pouch, backed up by a lifetime warranty.
The countdown to Valentine’s Day – Thoughtful Valentine’s gifts for your wife
It’s no excuse that you forgot Valentine’s Day. Have you really been walking around town with your eyes closed? The stores are filled with hearts, flowers, Valentine cards and fancy chocolates. Do you really think your wife will believe you if you say it just slipped your mind? In the runup to Valentine’s Day we’re going to give you some great ideas to keep the love alive and your hearts burning with desire right up to the special day, and why not carry on some of the ideas far beyond?
12 days to Valentine’s Day – Talk about each other’s attitudes to Valentine’s Day, as it’ll help if you’ve both got kind of the same ideas. Some think that Valentine’s Day is just another day and don’t understand the fuss. While others consider it to be the ultimate day for
romance. Which side of the fence do you stand on and how about your wife? Not discussing each other’s expectations could lead to great disappointment.
11 days to Valentine’s Day – Give your wife the best bits of you for her Valentine’s Day gift. Try changing a few of your habits and you’ll make a difference every day of the year. Say “I love you” on as many different occasions as possible. Take care of some of your least endearing qualities such as your sarcastic sense of humour, love of teasing, breaking promises
and lack of enthusiasm when it comes to sharing household chores. Changing as many of these behaviours will make a difference to your relationship, and only serve to make it stronger.
10 days to Valentine’s Day – Time to start leaving love notes all over the house. Take a little time in writing your messages of love and then find some interesting places to hide them.
9 days to Valentine’s Day – Consider one of the following ways to bring romance to your marriage, and don’t forget they can be used throughout the year.
- Give your wife a call and tell her how much you love her
- Sit out one evening and enjoy looking at the stars
- Walk along the beach by moonlight, holding hands
- Try a lingering kiss rather than just a peck on the cheek
- Pick a flower from the garden and give it to your wife on a breakfast tray
- Write a romantic love letter
- Plan a romantic dinner date
8 days to Valentine’s Day – Spend some time looking for a gift that shows how much you care and she’ll be impressed that you remembered. You might want to consider one or more of the following:
- Flowers or a living plant
- A fragrance
- Cookies and coffee gift hamper
- Pamper pack
- Bottle of champagne
7 days to Valentine’s Day – If you’re thinking about a gift of flowers then you might want to spend some time considering the meaning behind certain flowers, in order to be sure that you’re conveying the right kind of message. Here are a few examples:
Agapanthus – Love
Bugle – Lovable, cheers the heart
Camellia – Gratitude, loveliness
Daffodil – Regard, rebirth, new beginnings
Flytrap – Deceit
Gladiolus – Strength of character, remembrance, infatuation
Honeysuckle – Bonds of love, generous, devoted affection
6 days to Valentine’s Day – Plan a romantic dining experience at home. Even if you consider yourself culinarily challenged this gift is achievable. Just try not to be too extravagant or complicated and stick with the simpler recipes.
5 days to Valentine’s Day – Give your wife the gift of relaxation. She might really appreciate a day that she can spend doing nothing much in particular. But why not take it one step further and book her a pamper day. She’ll end the day feeling like a princess and be wanting to thank you in a royal kind of way.
4 days to Valentine’s Day – Write your wife a love letter. It’s not difficult to put your feelings into words and get them down on paper. Give yourself some time to consider carefully what you want to say and then just go for. Let those feelings drip onto the page.
3 days to Valentine’s Day – Well you’ve left it till the last minute, so you’d better get your skates on and get your wife a Valentine’s gift before it’s too late. Try some romantic music, a romantic movie, massage oils, scented candles or chocolates.
2 days to Valentine’s Day – Say “I love you” in a different way. For example:
- Unexpected hugs and kisses
- Give her a spontaneous wink
- Look at some old photographs and relive some favourite
- Listen to your wife a little more often
- Tell her what it is you love about her
1 day to Valentine’s Day – If you’re thinking about skipping Valentine’s Day this year make sure your wife is in agreement. Otherwise you’re going to be in hot water, and it’s very likely that forgiveness will be a long way away.
Before you know it Valentine’s Day will be upon you so you’d better get things sorted. Keep reading as we’ll be sharing lots of brilliant ideas for Valentine’s Day gifts for all those important ladies.