Valentine’s Day is almost here! If you don't already know, Valentine's day is a day when lovers express their love and affection to their significant others by gifting presents, doing something nice, spending quality time together and most importantly, creating more fond memories with one another. Have you gotten your Valentine's present ready yet? Are you struggling to decide what would be best for your sweetheart?
Have you ever heard of the groundbreaking book The Five Love Languages: How To Express Heartfelt Commitment To Your Mate by Gary Chapman? Gary Chapman’s book pretty much sums up a nice way each of us desires to experience love. It is very important to understand not only your own love language but also your significant other’s preferred way of receiving love as well. - Send the perfect gift of love this Valentine’s Day accordingly to your lover’s love language! Now, if you are still unsure of what to get them this Valentine's Day, we are here to enlighten you with the 5 love languages and gift suggestions.
If quality time is your love language, it only means that you feel loved when your significant other spends time with you and would always be up to hanging out with you. You enjoy the undivided attention that they have for you.
Take your sweetheart out on a romantic date on Valentine’s Day this year! Go for a walk in the park, have a picnic, stay indoors with Netflix on or you could also spend the day adventuring together.
Physical connections don't always happen in the bedroom. If your love language is physical touch, it only means that you feel connected when having physical contact and you value cuddling, hand-holding, etc. Physical intimacy can be incredibly affirming and serves you as a powerful emotional connector with your lover.
Spend Valentine’s Day this year in bed! Have breakfast, lunch, and dinner in bed, watch movies, and gift your lover a sweet surprise bouquet of beautiful flowers! It would truly be a good start to the most romantic day!
You appreciate it when your lover goes out of their way to make things easier just for you without asking for anything in return. This love language is for those who believe that actions speak louder than words and not the other way around.
Help your significant other around the house! Fold their laundry, clean the dishes after a meal, or tidy up the room or house! Top it off, add a little thoughtful gift that will brighten up their day instantly. We highly recommend something that would be sentimental for your beloved sweetheart - flowers for example.
If your love language is words of affirmation, it means that you value encouragement, support, and affirmation in your relationships. You enjoy verbal acknowledgements of affection, including frequent "I love you's," compliments, words of appreciation, and texting.
Write a sweet love letter to your darling and express your heartfelt emotions through words! May also decorate the letter with flowers or just send them a bouquet of flowers and a box of chocolates alongside the letter. It will surely sweep them off their feet! We're sure of it!
If this is your love language, you just simply love receiving “visual symbols of love”, as Chapman calls it. You want to receive Valentine's Day gifts but it does not mean that you are materialistic. It is not about the monetary value but the symbolic thought behind the gift. It is the little things that matter to you that make every little moment truly sentimental.
Surprise your sweetheart with thoughtful gifts this Valentine's Day! For example, send a bouquet of flowers, a box of chocolates, a box of cake, or dessert, or even pick up that one little thing that reminds you of them. They will truly appreciate it and remember it for a very long time.
Express your love and appreciation this Valentine's Day according to your significant other’s love language and we are determined that they would truly appreciate the gesture full-heartedly. Love is not always bold, sometimes it is soft and gentle too.