I really like personal things.. like I'm not huge into flowers and jewelry. theyre nice and all, but I don't have really any sort of emotional attachment to those things and I'd rather get something that means something to me. it depends on the type of girl she is though, but of course flowers and chocolate are staple Valentine's Day things. So if he gets me something that's like an inside joke between us and something sweet at the same time, I'd be happy
Honestly, I'm not into Valentine's Day. Me and my boyfriend just hang out. We may go out for dinner, but it's such a commercialized holiday--as if it's the only day you can show appreciation for your loved one and that's it. People make such a big deal about it. Flowers and chocolate are the stereotypical gifts to give, as well as a Bear. Take her someplace she would least expect. Has she ever mentioned wanting to really do something, but never planned it?
I personally love being surprised by him, best feeling ever. We've been together ever since I was 19, my taste changed a lot. I don't really like materialistic stuff on Valentine's but I guess nothing is better then feeding him a box of chocolates *lol* we're long distance, won't be able to spend Valentine's day with him sadly but hoping to make it feel it's Valentine's day everyday.
I think if you give her something you put thought into, it will def be more memorable(: Maybe if you made her dinner or made reservations at a restaurant you had your first date or something. Gift-wise? I guess that depends how long you guys have been dating. Maybe a cute bracelet or lingerie(;
hmm flowers, chocolates and a cute teddy bear to hug perhaps?! ^-^ that is of course if you haven't gave her that before... it's so generic but I think if for instance it's your first Valentine's day together that should work! :)
get her flowers! I wish mine would get me some. Besides that just hang out with her, watching movies or something. Maybe chocolates or candies if she has a favorite or something sweet and personal. A love note or something?
I know a teddy bear is a bit cliche, but I absolutely am in love with soft toys, so if my boyfriend got one for me I would love it and still consider it something from the heart because he knows I love them.