Photo Credit: Anne’s Cookbook To keep the romance going all year, create 12 creative and romantic date itinerary/ideas for the two of you.
Put each date in one folder, seal it shut, and mark it with a month.
Photo Credit: Etsy Some of the best creative gifts come from adding a twist on everyday objects.
Create a bunch of little notes with memories you have together—whether they’re romantic Valentine’s Day nights or rough things you’ve gotten through together—and with things that you love about him/her. Fill the jar with these sentiments and decorate it.
On the outside of the jar, write a note that explains that for every fight you have or any day that he/she is feeling sad, he/she can pluck one note out as a reminder of the love you share.
Your honeymoon is approaching and you aren’t sure what to get your hubby…
Expressing your love in the form of a gift can be tricky.
This gift symbolizes that although today is your special day, you love him/her every day of the week.
If the pillbox is large enough, you can also exchange the candies for small personal gifts that mean something to the both of you.
On each note, write something you love about him/her.
To make it even more personal, write each note on the back of a different photograph you had printed. Photo Credit: Damask Love Puns are a great way to make people laugh, especially for partners with somewhat cheesy and witty humor. You could make his or her favorite dessert with a nicely decorated note that says you think he or she is the “sweetest”, or make a collection of his/her favorite candies with a note that says you “love him/her to pieces”.
Photo Credit: Sticky Love Notes While this gift also includes a jar, the idea is much different.
You will need a Mason jar, vegetable oil, your favorite photography (or 3) of you and your hubby and a dried flower (optional).
Keep in mind that although typically women in these shoots pose in lingerie or undergarments, you can choose to do your shoot in your/his favorite jersey or an oversized shirt/sweater.