Day of Love is drawing near! Get a head start this year on Valentine's Day preparations and give your sweetheart a spellbinding present they'll never forget.
We all know that on Valentine's Day, lovers show their appreciation for one another by exchanging tokens of affection, going out of their way to do nice things for one another, enjoying quality time together, treating one another to luxurious treats, and, most importantly, making new, lasting memories with their sweethearts.
Do you have your Valentine's Day gift prepared? Have you been debating what's best for your sweetheart, or are you having trouble making up your mind?
Did you read Gary Chapman's best-seller "The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate?" - The book by Gary Chapman pretty much sums up how we all want to feel about love on this journey we're on. It's not enough to know your own preferred method of receiving love from a partner; you must also learn your partner's love language. Send your sweetheart the ideal token of your affection this Valentine's Day by speaking their preferred mode of expression of emotion. We've got the 5 love languages and a present idea for you if you're still confused!
If quality time is your partner's love language, it means that your partner feels most adored when their significant other wants to spend time with them and would always be up for it too. They truly enjoy the undivided attention and focus that you have for them.
Take your sweetheart out on a little date on Valentine’s Day! It could simply be a walk in the park, having a home-cooked dinner, or spending the day adventuring together. You could do anything, as long as you are together.
Don't take this the wrong way, physical connections do not always have to occur in the bedroom. If your partner's love language is physical touch, it means that they feel connected to physical contact and value cuddling, hand-holding, and kissing. Physical intimacy and touch can be incredibly affirming and serve as a powerful emotional connector for people with this love language.
Spend Valentine’s Day in bed this year! Have breakfast in bed, spend the day watching Netflix, and gift your loved one with a surprise bouquet of beautiful flowers! It would truly be a good start to the most romantic day of the year!
With Acts Of Service, your significant other appreciates it when their lover goes out of their way to make things easier for them. This love language is for people who believe that actions speak louder than words.
Help your significant other with chores around the house! Fold the laundry, clean the dishes, or tidy up the room! Top it all off, and add a thoughtful little gift that will brighten up their day instantly. We highly recommend something that would be sentimental for your beloved sweetheart.
If your lover's language is words of affirmation, it only means that they value encouragement, support, and affirmation from their beloved significant other. They enjoy verbal acknowledgements of affection, including frequent "I love you's," compliments, words of appreciation, and texting.
Write your sweetheart a love letter and express your heartfelt emotions! Decorate the letter with flowers or send them a bouquet of flowers that comes with a box of chocolates. It will surely sweep them off their feet!
Your lover enjoys receiving “visual symbols of love” as Chapman calls it. They often want to receive tangible gifts but it does not mean that they are materialistic. It's not about the monetary value to them but the symbolic thought behind the gift. It is the little things that matter to you which make every little moment truly sentimental.
Surprise your special someone with thoughtful gifts! For example, send a bouquet of flowers, a box of chocolates, a box of cake or dessert, or even pick up that little thing that reminds you of them. They will truly appreciate it!
Express your love and appreciation according to your significant other’s love language this Valentine’s Day and we are determined that they would truly appreciate the gesture full-heartedly. Love is not always bold, sometimes it is soft and gentle too.