There's always pressure to find the perfect Valentine's Day Gift, but somehow being engaged steps up that pressure. You want to confidently show that you really know what he likes, but you also don't want to waste any money on something trivial. Here are Valentine's Day gift ideas that are sure to please AND help him with wedding planning.
Cuff links are a classic Valentineâs Day gift idea, but these are extra special. Theyâve got room for a scroll hidden inside, where you can write some sweet nothings or devilish thoughts. And on your wedding day, you can write an extra special something to help him be ready for the trip down the aisle.
Being well-groomed on your wedding day is essential, so for a Valentine's Day gift, help him step up his game with some fancy shaving accessories, or a gift certificate for a custom shave. Once he's realized how luxurious shaving can be, he'll be sure to have a soft, kissable face for the wedding day.
A video camera is a pretty extravagant Valentine's Day present, but the Flip video cameras are relatively affordable at just over $200. They're an extra good present for someone about to get married -- not only can he film memories of all the important events and special moments leading up to the wedding, but you can personalize the Mino Flip HD with a picture of the two of you.
5. A Scavenger HuntLike the couples massage, this Valentine's Day gift allows you to relax together and feel a little sexy. But for those on a budget, this allows you to give a great gift in your own home without spending a lot of money. Send him on a brief scavenger hunt throughout the house, picking up clues along the way that tell him why you're going to marry him.
Have it end at a bubble bath, where you and a bottle of wine await!
Getting a tie or shirt made for you is the ultimate in Men's sartorial luxury. You get to choose the fabric, the cut, width and length so that it fits you and your style perfectly. For the groom who wants to look extra-sharp on his wedding day, a rented tuxedo shirt or an off-the-rack tie just won't do.