Valentine's Day is the day we show our love for that special someone, giving us the opportunity to choose a gift that truly comes from the heart. These heartfelt personalized gifts will serve as a reminder of your love all year long:
Carved Heart Canvas Art
We all can think back to the days where young lovers would carve each other's names in a tree with a giant heart around them as a token of their affections. With this wonderful piece, we can bring back this dreamy tradition. Just type in you and your beau's names along with your anniversary date or a date that's special to you both and you'll have your very own tree carving to hang on your wall.
You most likely both have a cup of coffee or tea each morning before venturing off to work. This somewhat intertwined coffee mug set adds a touch of romance to your daily ritural. Adding your initials, names, and special dates, takes this cute pair to an even higher level of adorable.
Are you the yin to his yang, the salt to his pepper? These monogrammed mills give new meaning to "pass the salt." More than just sleek and chic, they have internal grinding mechanisms that allow you to adjust the size of your spices from a light ground dust to "crumb-sized granules".
A tribute to the days of hopeless romantics and love letter writing. The beautiful part of this necklace is that you have the opportunity to write your own little love letter so that special someone can carry it close to their heart. The engraving is an added $10.00.
What better way to say "I love you" than over a glass of wine... This concept is wonderful for a romantic occasion like Valentine's Day. Add your names, a message, or whatever you like to complete your present. Pick your font, your color, and you're good to go. The etched wine bottles are available in Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, and Champagne. There are also non-alcoholic options as well.
Jennifer Davidson joined theFashionSpot team as Managing Editor in November 2010. In addition to overseeing the editorial content of the site, she shares her fashion, beauty, and pop culture obsessions in her weekly column The Love List. Prior to joining the tFS team, Jennifer produced fashion segments for television, and is also the co-founder of StyleBakery.com.