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4 Creative Valentine’s Day Gifts That Aren’t Chocolates

For many, Valentine’s Day means indulging in a big box of chocolate. For others, not so much. The sweet stuff simply isn’t for everyone. But that doesn’t mean your loved one should go without a special treat during the season of love — especially if you don’t get to spend time face-to-face this year. If you’re looking for a fun and exciting gift to give a significant other who happens to hate chocolate, you’re in luck. Here are some of our favorite Valentine’s Day gifts that aren’t chocolate:

 

1. A Favorite Baked Good

Just because chocolate is off the table, doesn’t mean you can’t give another sweet treat. Make it personal and bake their favorite dessert at home for a loving touch. Plan to enjoy the treat together after your Valentine’s Day dinner together or over Zoom (just make sure you save some for yourself!) 

 

2. A Salty Treat

Maybe you’re not the world’s best baker. Even more, perhaps your loved one doesn’t like sweets to begin with. If that’s the case, create a basket of salty treats your significant other is sure to enjoy. Fill it with jerky, pretzels, hot sauces and whatever else your heart desires based on what your boyfriend, girlfriend or spouse loves the most. 

 

3. A Bouquet of Blossoming Pink and Red Flowers 

Flowers are a classic Valentine’s Day gift that are typically a hit and appreciated by any recipient. Whether you’re looking for a timeless bouquet of a dozen roses or an arrangement of assorted flowers, we are sure to have the perfect Valentine’s bouquet for your love. We have roses, lilies, tulips, daisies and more in just about any color you could be searching for! 

 

4. Sentimental Memories

Some say the way to the heart is through the stomach, but that’s not always the case. You don’t have to choose a sweet or salty treat as a gift this Valentine’s Day. Go with something sentimental instead. For example, you can put together a photo album of your favorite pictures together, or you can plan a future adventure out to the location of your first date. You can’t go wrong with this gift; personalization makes it easy to show you put in the effort to make your loved one smile. 

 

Chocolate may seem like the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day, but if your Valentine doesn’t like them, there are still plenty of options to make their Valentine’s Day gifts amazing.

Red roses in a red vase on a bed with a book

 

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