Send delicious, gourmet cookies right to the front door of someone you love!
Here's a fun and memorable gift for those fluent in several love langauges.
Find a local or online trophy shop and create a customized trophy for a friend or relative. Be creative and fun, but most of all make it personal. For example, if your mother prides herself on her Southern Fried Chicken recipe, this would be the perfect trophy.
The 5 Love Languages® Gift Edition
This meticulously crafted edition of the iconic #1 New York Times bestseller is the perfect gift for weddings, anniversaries, or as a special encouragement for any couple.
Does someone you love like a particular sports team? Pick up a hat or a jersey you think they would look great in, and maybe get yourself one too so you can support the team together!
Most people treasure photos and love to share them. A photo session with a local photographer makes a great gift that will be cherished for years to come.
Night Sky Poster
Do you have a special memory or date you want to honor and celebrate? Enter the special date (anniversary, birthday, etc.) and this site will create a poster of the night sky of THAT night. This could be a wonderful, aesthetically pleasing way to commemorate that specific night of fun and romance for you both. You can even frame it!
DIY Christmas Ornament
For the Christmas lovers in your life, receiving a homemade tree ornament could mean the world. Here's a list of 75 DIY Christmas ornaments to get you started.
Many Smaller Gifts
Instead of giving one big gift on one day, give lots of small (even silly) gifts your special someone can open over several days. This can be a cute, fun way to show extra love to a gifts-loving person.
A Burrito Blanket makes the perfect gift for the foodie who loves to cozy up.
A subscription-based gift, even if it's small, can show love for months on end. Here are some fun ones to consider.
The 5 Love Languages® of Children
The #1 New York Times bestselling The 5 Love Languages® has helped millions of couples learn the secret to building a love that lasts. Now discover how to speak your child’s love language in a way that he or she understands.