Last Minute Valentines Day Gift Ideas
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“My wife said says she doesn’t want anything for Valentine’s Day, but I would like to surprise her with something special this year. I know I’ve waited until the last minute, but do you have any ideas for me?”
-Tim R. | Chanhassen, MN
Tim, you still have time to make this a Valentine’s Day to remember! It’s been my experience that sometimes wives will say “I don’t need anything for Valentine’s Day” to their spouses and it comes across as a mixed message. As a wife myself, trust me when I say that they don’t really mean it. Most of time what they are saying is “I don’t want a teddy bear and a box of chocolates from the grocery store again.” This is a holiday all about romance; your gift should be one that is thoughtful.
Here are a few suggestions that will score major points with the lovely lady in your life.
THE LOOK OF LOVE
Red is recognized around the world as the color of love and romance. This Burmese Ruby ring is the truest shade of scarlet and is sure to get her pulse racing!
Every woman should own a great pair of diamond studs… they go with everything! We have diamond studs in a variety of shapes and sizes to accommodate any budget.
SOME QUALITY TIME
If red is her favorite color, look no further than this Parmigiani Ladies Tonda 1950. It has everything: big and bright diamonds, a stunning mother of pearl dial, and a sassy red alligator strap.
A HEART OF GOLD
Nothing says be my Valentine like a diamond heart pendant. It’s the perfect gift for the lady who stole your heart from the moment you met.
I invite you to stop by our store for help finding the perfect gift for your sweetheart to make this a Valentine’s Day to remember!
Amy shares her pearls of wisdom in her weekly column, Ask Amy. Her impeccable taste helps to select beautiful, current yet timeless looks for our clients in harmony with their own personal style. She believes that jewelry should have a story to tell about the person who wears it and is delighted to commemorate life’s celebrations. If you have a question, just Ask Amy!