So here is our suggestion of Valentine’s day gifts for him which won’t break the bank, but which suggest you’ve put some thought in, earning you girlfriend-wife brownie points this Valentine’s Day.
10 Valentine’s Day Gifts for Him
Is your beloved a whizz in the kitchen? Or does his need some gentle persuasion? Appeal to his taste buds with food-themed Valentine’s gifts for him.
We love the three-month Friday Night Curry Subscription from The Spicery, which includes all the freshly ground spices and recipes you’ll need to make a series of mouth-watering meals.
If your chap fancies himself as a history buff, or simply likes a tipple, book him a ticket on this walking tour of Fleet Street and the Strand.
It’s a chance for him to learn about some of the city’s most interesting 18th century coffee houses, gin palaces, and beer houses, and he’ll also discover some fascinating watering holes where he can later take you on a date.
You might not have the budget to buy the Aston Martin or Maserati he’s always dreamed of, but you can pick Valentine’s gifts for him which show his ultimate toy is at least on your radar.
Placed in water, this sports car will expand to 600% of his size over 72 hours, and it’ll never run out of fuel! It’s a silly little present, but one which will make him smile.
With the Best Bud Beer Hamper, you’re guaranteed to be his favourite girl! If in doubt about gifts for him, this is the one to choose.
The hamper is packed with beers and sweet and savoury snacks, and it can be personalised with your own message, which is a bonus if you’re not able to deliver his Valentine’s gift in person.
See the Best Bud Beer Hamper here.
Drop the not-so-subtle hint this Valentine’s Day with a Valentine’s gifts for him that make clear your intentions.
It works whether you’re planning on dropping the question this February, or are giving him a nod of encouragement. And if you want to, you can personalise the text.
Does your lover fancy himself as a genius, or perhaps following in the footsteps of James Bond? Put him (lovingly) to the test with the most fiendish of puzzle books, written by Britain’s secretive intelligence organisation, GCHQ. It’ll keep him occupied for hours, and is guaranteed to stretch his mind!
See the GCHQ Puzzle Book here.
Show you understand his love of travel with this gorgeous artwork by Betsy Benn.
You can include places you’ve been together, to remind him of those special trips, and also add one or two places from your mutual bucket list, so he knows that there are more incredible adventures to come.
Everyone likes to look and feel their best, so treat your lover to a Valentine’s gift which will leave him glowing.
This handy sized set includes 3 in 1 shower gel, deodorant spray, cleaner, aftershave balm, and moisturiser. He’ll smell fresh, his skin will be soft, and as the fragrance is not overly masculine, you can borrow the products as well!
Shakespeare said that music is the food of love, so indulge your chap’s musical side with this romantic, thoughtful Valentine’s gift.
The plectrum can be engraved with the message of your choice, and it comes packed in a gift box. He’ll remember you whenever he goes to play his guitar, and you might even become his musical muse and inspire a #1 song.
Appeal to his creative side with this artistic Valentine’s gift. Award-winning documentary photographer James Millar will escort your man on a walking tour of Brick Lane and Shoreditch so he can upgrade his smartphone photography skills.
Sessions take place monthly on a Saturday morning, and you can pick the date.
Over to You
Valentine’s Day isn’t about giving gifts, it’s about showing someone you care. But a token gesture goes a long way, and we all like unwrapping thoughtful presents which make us feel special. Who will you offer a Valentine’s gift to this year? And what can you do to make him smile? Share with us your best ideas.
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