Valentines Presents / January 10, 2019 / Cecelia Montgomery
Fear not though here are a few ideas that will help you stand out from the crowd. Always try and think unique when buying a valentines gift. You want your special someone to feel special and getting them the same thing millions of other people are getting isnt particularly special. This doesnt mean you have to spend a fortune it simply requires some effort. Something like a personalised CD that has all their favourite songs on is a nice gesture and shows how well you know them. Photo albums or framed pictures of you together are always a popular choice and is fun to reminisce over with a nice bottle of wine. Cooking a meal is another great Valentine gift idea that gets easily overlooked. Sometimes a nice gesture is worth a lot more than a cheap gift that took no effort at all to pick out.
Use a picture of the two of you together or create a loving message and have this printed onto board before being cut. The display tin can either show a completed version of your design for an extra element of surprise you can leave the tin blank or add a different message so that your boyfriend or girlfriend only reads the message or sees the picture once they complete the puzzle. Placemats And Coasters Many other items from bags to aprons and even chairs can be customised in a similar way through the addition of photos pictures and text. You could customise placemats and coasters to make a romantic Valentines meal that little bit extra special. Valentines Day... So youve been lavished by your lover with Valentines Day presents enjoyed a romantic meal by candlelight together and about to settle down to a romantic movie.
4. Blue Valentine (2010). Do you really want to watch a film about Dean and Cindys failing marriage? This movie paints a sombre painful portrait of a toxic marriage: two young people fall in love and then they fall out of it. This definitely isnt a date movie let alone a movie for February 14th. You have been warned. 3. Irreversible (2002). How about a big helping of misery followed by a dollop of - you guessed it - more misery? Yeah "Irreversible" delivers. This film features a continuous nine-minute rape scene. The rest of the movie is on occasion just as bad. Theres really nothing more to say about it. 2. Antichrist (2009). Almost any Lars Von Trier flick could make this list but "Antichrist" tops it. Its a sure-fire relationship killer unless you consider watching private parts getting mutilated romantic.