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5 Thoughtful and Personalize Gifts for your Significant Other

Giving a gift shouldn’t be stressful. Here are a few tips to help you pick out the perfect gift for that special someone.

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Buying gifts for your significant other can be nerve-wracking. Every year, when their birthday rolls around, you’re compelled to think of the perfect item to symbolize your love. They’re expecting a meaningful surprise, and all you have is a pair of socks and a new blender.

Finding something “just right” is a lot of pressure!

But gift-giving doesn’t need to be stressful. When you give personalized presents, you incorporate your partner’s preferences and interests in their gift. They will love the care you put into selecting it, and you’ll share something memorable together.

To help you get started, here’s a simple list of gifts your special someone will adore!

Nostalgia-Inducing Candles

For those who live far away from home, personalized candles bring you back to your roots. These aromas tap into your favorite memories and create a sentimental mood. Close your eyes and smell your grandma’s apple pie. How cozy! Plus, their cheerful light makes any room feel inviting.

Consider pairing a candle with a gripping new novel. Set an inviting scene by lighting some candles and reading together. Maybe, you can take turns reading to each other! This is a delightful way to spend a rainy afternoon (just don’t forget the hot chocolate).

Custom Photo Albums

Keep the nostalgia rolling with a customized photo album. Source photos from your SO’s family or include snaps from a recent vacation. Then, spend time looking through the pictures together over a glass of vino.

If you’re celebrating a significant anniversary, style your photo book to be a romantic retrospective. Remember those gawky kids who were so in love? You and your significant other will have a great time laughing and reminiscing together.

Thoughtful Accessories

Give your significant other a gift they can wear all the time. That way, they’ll think of you every day when they get dressed. A locket or charm bracelet are great gift ideas if your partner prefers a more feminine style. Look for lockets that incorporate photos and engravings. Populate charm bracelets with silly references and meaningful symbols (a hot dog for New York or a poodle for their childhood pet—you get the idea).

If trinkets and charms aren’t their thing, consider personalized watches instead. Choose from a variety of classic styles for a gift they will cherish for years to come.

As a bonus, this might finally make your SO on time for your next date night!

Personalized Robes

A personalized robe is a thoughtful and luxurious gift. It’s classy and comfy (and it just screams decadence). Choose from a selection of fabrics for the perfect plush experience, and include a mini spa treatment, like this one, at home:

  • Draw a Bath – Drawing a bath for your SO is sensual and relaxing. For those who need a little spice in their personal life, this is a great way to reconnect. Add some bath salts and lavender oil for maximum relaxation (and don’t forget to light more candles).
  • Listen to Soothing Music – Have your partner soak in the tub with their favorite tunes. Choose nature sounds or Tibetan singing bowls for a more meditative atmosphere.
  • Give Them a Massage – Use a massage oil to moisturize and replenish their skin. Focus on areas of tension like their neck and shoulders to help them unwind.

Memorable Experiences

Give the gift of a vacation. Spending quality time with your partner shows how much you value your relationship and the experiences you share. Some events might be canceled or postponed right now, but that doesn’t mean you can’t put some irons in the fire.

Start daydreaming and see where your fancy takes you. For now, start here:

  • Write a Gift Certificate – Give your SO a homemade gift certificate for a weekend getaway. Decorate this however you like and wrap it up in a little box. Consider this a binding contract to take your partner on vacation in the future.
  • Go Camping – Spend some time in the great outdoors. For the SO with a penchant for adventure, take a backpacking trip to the Rockies. There’s never been a better time to reconnect with nature.

Celebrate Who They Are

When all is said and done, celebrate what makes your partner wonderful and unique. Though gifts are lovely tokens of affection, the most important thing is to tell your partner how much they mean to you. There’s no one else with their eyes or their sense of humor. And there’s no one else for you.

So, pop some champagne! Raise a glass! Toast to your love and celebrate one another.

Peter is a lifestyle writer at Queer Voices magazine, living between Australia and Europe. Follow Peter on Twitter for more tips.

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december 2020

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