Valentine’s Day is over. The flowers are about to start wilting, you’ve eaten way more chocolate than you’ll ever admit, and you’re showing off your brand new jewelry to anyone with eyes. Your kids’ drawings at school cover the fridge, and you’re wondering if you only eat salad for the rest of the month, if you’ll get back to your pre-Valentine’s Day weight. You’ve sent cards to the ones you love and made a bunch of handwritten cards for the kids to give out. You searched high and low for the perfect gift to show your honey how much you love them.
But now what? Do you just wait until next year? Or do you do something to score extra points?
And what would you give as a Post Valentine’s Day gift? I think it should complement what you gave them already because that shows you put all types of thought into it. You could score major points with this idea (feel free to forward this to your significant other). We all need a hint now and then.
- Gave a card or poem for Valentine’s Day? Give a storage box! What’s better than a pretty little box to store away all of their special cards, letters, and pictures?
- Gave perfume/cologne or cosmetics? Give a decorative tray! I really love this vintage tray I found on Amazon.
- Gave chocolate? Give a salad spinner! We all feel a little guilty after Valentine’s Day. With all that chocolate, who can resist? You’ll be able to fill your body with veggies a little faster with this cool gadget. I’ve wanted one for years!
- Gave lots of candy? Give toothpaste! Because, well… your teeth need some love too. And a bright, white smile will last all year with the right toothpaste. Our family uses Crest because it’s the best option for us. It’s the brand we trust. You can get free shipping on all Crest products here. Gift and saving money? That gets you extra-extra points!
- Gave lingerie for Valentine’s Day? Give a mug! Caffeine will help with the lack of sleep. Wink. Wink.
- Gave jewelry? Give a jewelry dish or a jewelry cleaner! A cute little dish with a message will have your honey smiling every time they look at it. Want to go big? Get a jewelry cleaner to keep it all sparkly and clean!
- Gave flowers? Give a flower press! Flowers only last a minute. With this fun flower press, your loved one can hold onto those flowers in a special way.
- Had to work and left honey with the kids on Valentine’s Day? Give a massage or a spa gift set! A day of relaxation can do wonders. And what parent doesn’t want just a little alone time?
- Had a fight but want to make things better? Give a relationship book that you can read together. That’s the key here… that you both read it. Giving a book like this without those terms could end up in a larger fight, so don’t leave that part out!
What did you get for Valentine’s Day? Can you think of the perfect Post Valentine’s Day gift to compliment what you gave? Comment below! I’d love to hear.
*This post is sponsored by Crest. All opinions are my own.
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It is always nice to be thoughtful through out the year and get an unexpected gift. This is what we do instead of set holidays for giving.
I can’t wait to share your post with my family because I saw a lot of Gifts I would like to have for myself as well as some I would like to give Gifts to.
I am all for getting any of these ideas as a post Valentine’s Day treat. I 100% think a random treat for no reason can at times go a really long way.
A massage and/or spa day sounds like a major points winner to me. I haven’t had a massage in a while and I’m long overdue.
These are great picks. I don’t think I’ve ever gotten (or given) a post-Valentine’s Day gift before. I can say this: if my hubby came home with any of these for me, he’d get AAAALLLLLLL the points.
You have some creative ideas here! I love the ideas of what to get after Valentine’s Day. The jewelry box for the Jewelry that you bought for Valentine’s Day. These are fun ideas for gifts.
I like all of your ideas. I think toothpaste is always a great gift – especially for people with a sweet tooth like myself.