February 14th is right around the corner, and we’ve put together 15 Super Sweet Love Language gifts for Valentine’s Day to help you “speak” your lover’s language.
Love Languages, a best-selling book written in 1992 by Gary Chapman, sorts loving actions into 5 main categories. Touch, Acts of Service, Words of Affirmation, Gifts, and Quality Time are the primary ways people give or receive love. Make sure to check out our other gift ideas for Love Languages next for more ideas on how to give a more meaningful gift.
We’ve taken the five core love languages and cultivated a few creative and thoughtful gift ideas that may spark another idea or two for how to “speak” someone else’s language specifically on this romantic holiday. These gifts are gender neutral, but definitely won’t be enough without a little thought or preparation on your part. Let’s take a look at these 15 super sweet Love Language gift ideas for Valentine’s Day.
Words of Affirmation Gifts
There are plenty of cards, little sweethearts, and stuffed plush toys with generic words, but if you’re looking for a truly unique gift for someone who’s Love Language is Words of Affirmation, here are a few thoughtful gift ideas.
These cutie little pill capsules come with a blank piece of paper inside perfect for writing sweet messages. A little intimidated about writing 90 thoughtful words? This capsule also comes in smaller sizes and the Greeting Card Poet has a few Valentine inspired “words” that you may find helpful.
Oh there is plenty of snuggling happening on our favorite holiday for lovers, but if you want to step it up a notch, here are a few great ideas for the Love Language of Touch.
Long Distance Touch Bracelets
Let your person know you are thinking of them with these long-distance touch bracelets that light up on the opposite end when you touch it. Whether you are separated by miles and days, or by just a few hours during the workday, these clever bracelets will deliver a digital hug from afar.
Quality Time Gifts
It’s not just about time, it’s about the quality of that time. Which means a physical gift might be more challenging to wrap, but here are a few ideas for those with Quality Time as a Love Language.
Acts of Service Gifts
Let’s face it, service is hard to shop for, and it doesn’t always come in wrapping paper and bows. But we’ve found a few inspirational ideas that will assist YOU in serving THEM.
This highly misunderstood Love Language is not about the cost of the gift or about the gift at all. Instead, Andrea A of PS I Love You reminds readers that Gifts, as a Love Language, is about communicating emotional love. Here are a few thoughtful gift ideas that will sure to delight the heart of the recipient.
Are you familiar with Love Languages? If so, we want to know what is your best gift idea for Love Languages this Valentine’s Day? We want to know. Leave us a comment below.