Your big day is on the horizon, but you don’t have to wait that long for a special day to celebrate the boundless love you share with your partner. Valentine’s Day is a red-letter day that perfectly embodies this sentiment. Take a break from the hustle and bustle of planning your dream wedding and stun him with a stellar V-Day fiancé gift that will make him continually replay that auspicious moment he gazed into your eyes with keen anticipation of your affirmative response.
We’ve itemized the best fiancé valentine gift ideas at different price points in light of our understanding that you may be on economy drive due to wedding preparations. Do not fret though as the gifts below offer excellent bang for the buck. You don’t need to spend a fortune to gift your S.O. a valentine present that screams, “I love you to the moon and back.”
A travel makeup kit that has a single serving of mascara, BB cream (or foundation for the darkest shade), and a dual-use, lip/cheek color. It is packaged into a tiny kit about the size of a post-it note.
Pocket Palette is perfect for the busy woman on the go or travelers. It is cruelty-free and made in the USA.
Contributor: Lynda Peralta from Pocket Palette
The game is being played on romantic dates, at business meetings, at family gatherings, at friend weekend getaways. We set out to conduct a love experiment and it has spawned a #Actuallycurious love movement. And while a year ago we never intended to be selling a card game, today we are and we need your help!
Contributor: Michael Tennant from Curiosity Lab
A finance book does not make a sexy valentine gift but will foster strong marriage years to come. In The C.A.S.H. Formula, fiancé will learn how to manage credit, leverage assets, save and budget for unexpected expenses and maintain a healthy lifestyle. This book is must-read for both parties right before heading to the altar.
Contributor: WenFang Bruchett from BlissFinance
Featuring an intricate floral pattern made from hand-stitched lace on the front and solid black on the back, FLORA is inspired by Villa d'Este Gardens in Tivoli, Italy. This remarkable style is both seductive and eye-catching.
Contributor: Vienne Cheung Brown from VienneMilano
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