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A bubble tea UV sanitizing stash box for their phones, masks, keys, or other odds and ends that need a quick zap. This is both practical and adorable, making it the ideal gift for sensible boba lovers.
A beginner embroidery kit in case your partner has been talking about picking up a new hobby.
Or a latch hook kit for anyone looking for an extra easy (and therefore extra relaxing) hobby that results in a fun lil’ rug!
A boneless ribeye dry aged for at least 14 days that’s hormone and antibiotic free. This tasty slab of beef will be the perfect first step towards an amazing romantic dinner.
A pair of massaging slides so someone else can rub their feet for a change.
A golden brownstone chocolate bar gift set for the person who is always walking down certain city blocks and sighing wistfully. They may never own a real brownstone, but they can at least have the chocolate version.
A challenging, circular puzzle you should only gift to people who are truly great-ient at jigsaw puzzles.
A dehydrator for dried fruits, jerky, fruit leather, spices, dog treats, and any other thirsty-looking foods.
An Iron Man glove lamp so they can toil away at their desk late into the night working on their own miniaturized arc reactor.
A 62-piece cherry wood model for tiny building enthusiasts looking to construct their very own mini Guggenheim. What is this, a museum for ants?
The limited edition Balm Dotcom Roulette — they get three mystery lip balms (scents can be anything from birthday cake to coconut) encased in a gorgeous gold card deck pack for an extra sense casino-themed whimsy.
A subscription to Candy Club for people whose sugar tooth can never be satisfied.
Why So Ever Bards Dispense Profanity — a fun party game that uses actual Shakespeare quotes to create some pretty hilarious situations.
A cozy knit blanket covered in comets that’s worth at least like, 100 wishes on shooting stars.
A screen printing kit so they can make their own shirts, posters, totes, and more. Perhaps they’ll even make you a big sign that says “THANK YOU!”
A murder mystery book featuring 20 cases that need to be solved by you and your partner, aka Holmes and Watson.
A trio of Valentine’s Day-themed popcorn in romantic flavors like cotton candy and dark chocolate cherry to make movie night an extra special treat.
A beer-scented soap for the perfect add-on present when you want to shower them in gifts.
A personalized cookbook for your own personal Chrissy Teigen so they can keep track of all their favorite recipes.
A trendy paperclip bracelet made even cooler with an oversized pop tab charm. Anyone else used to wear pop tabs on chains as a kid? This is the adult version!
An assortment of nuts that walnut fail to impress this Valentine’s Day.
A custom pet portrait that will depict their pooch to be the royal rascal they know their pet to be.
Twelve AM Co. furry slippers because their old house slippers are looking a little threadbare and sad. These fluffy slides are the perfect way to glam up their WFH look.
Fog of Love, which is part board game and part romantic comedy. Players meet, fall in love, and deal with all the ups and downs that come with some new relationships (plus some extra obstacles that are maybe less-than-realistic to spice up the gameplay).
A handmade ring featuring the cityscape of your choice.
A gift membership to Italic, a company that’ll let them buy high-end clothing and home goods AT COST. This gift basically pays for itself.
I Choose You (Every Day & Always) — a charming and relatable book about how your love is a conscious choice and something you build together.
A cozy fleece-lined hoodie with a satin lined hood made to be gentle on hair, and also just really snuggly.
A couple’s Question a Day journal that helps you two log and track your journey of ~love~.
A subscription to Winc — a service that mails them tasty wines right to their door.
A pair of baseball park map glasses to celebrate their favorite team, even if you’re a fan of the rival team.
A mini tin of Tabasco chocolate proving their theory that hot sauce really does taste good on everything.
An elegant initial necklace for a seemingly thoughtful gift, even if you buy it super last minute. Thank yooou, Amazon Prime!
A Schrute Farms sweatshirt worth giving a really good TripAdvisor review for.
And a custom star mug you can give them, even if they forgot to go to Kelly’s America’s Got Talent viewing party.
Aaaand a game of Guess Who? to really test their Office knowledge.
A bag of Death Wish Coffee for people who like their coffee as black and intense as the Grim Reaper’s cloak.
Or a subscription to Atlas Coffee Club so their taste buds can travel to new countries every morning.
A pizza box filled with ‘za-themed socks we promise aren’t too cheesy.
A heart-shaped box full of jerky, for loved ones who are always saying they prefer salty over sweet.
A five-pound bag of Albanese gummy bears to give to your sweetie with a sweet tooth.
A book full of prompts on why you love them, because sometimes you need a little help finding the words.
A custom pet pillow of their favorite furry friend, because double the pets is double the fun (when one of them doesn’t have to eat or go for walks).
A felt letter board so you can really spell out how much you care.
A gin making kit, which might be a fun project to do together — almost as fun as drinking it!
A subscription to Comma Vintage, a service that mails them fun vintage clothing every three months.
A Breath of the Wild goddess statue that won’t grant them extra life or stamina — but will look pretty nice in their garden.
A chocolate XBox controller to tell your partner that actually you do wanna play games.
The Perry Bible Fellowship Almanack — a celebration of 10 years of the internet’s favorite dark comic strip. Just seeing the cover is making me so nostalgic for being online in 2005.
Happily — a subscription box that sends you and your partner everything you need for an amazing date. Answer a questionnaire and they’ll plan your perfect activity.
A scratch-off poster so they can eat their way across the globe, and keep track for gourmand bragging rights.
A canvas weekender bag to encourage them to take more trips. With you, hopefully.
A sampler pack of tea drops — loose tea and sugar pressed into fun shapes that they can just just drop right into their mugs. Easy peasy!
A subscription to Book of the Month because they’re going to need SOMETHING to do while hiding inside from the cold weather.
Tequila Mockingbird — a book that takes inspiration from literature to make punny and delicious cocktail recipes.
Pride puppy stickers that’ll make anything they stick to instantly more adorable.
A mesmerizing waterproof Bluetooth speaker that’s so entertaining, turning it on will count as a date night.
A selection of Cadbury chocolate treats that’ll let you bring them their favorite desserts from across the pond. It’s sooo much cheaper than a plane ticket.
A bonsai tree growing kit so their mini trees can grow alongside your love for each other.
A couple’s bucket list kit so you can start setting shared goals and always have something to strive to together.
A beanie they can put on before saying “aight, I’mma head out and go watch some SpongeBob episodes in bed.”
A Nintendo Switch Lite that’ll let them play all their favorite games while on the move.
A big ole’ haul of scrunchies. Imagine how satisfying it would be to swim in a pool of scrunchies.
A Lodge Dutch oven that’ll please beginner chefs and cooking whizzes alike.
And don’t forget the best gift of all: love and support!
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