Bringing the Love: Gift Ideas to Make Valentine’s Festive
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I feel like Valentine’s Day is sometimes the forgotten holiday around my house. I’m still recovering from Christmas (and probably STILL taking down random Christmas decor.) and more often than not, it’s just one big after thought. I don’t think I really even own ANY Valentine’s decor! I do have friends that go ALL out for February 14th too! I always admire their dedication to celebrating this day of love, and this new year, I’m determined to pay more attention and plan ahead!
Good thing I have Zulily as my go-to for all things red and pink!
Zulily always has a fantastic selection of products to choose from. Whether you’re looking for exercise gear for your New Year’s goals, holiday decor, or decor items to fill the blank canvas of your home, they have it all! Zulily launches a new store every day featuring thousands of products at some of the best deals in retail. Each day you’ll find brand new items at rock bottom prices. Their model is a little different. They can offer lower prices by not keeping warehouses full of items waiting to be sold and only having items shipped once they have been purchased. It takes a little longer sometimes, but this is the way they’re able to offer such low prices on so many name-brand items.
I wanted to share a few items I found that will help kick off the Valentine’s festivities!
Fuchsia Mock Neck Top: Talk about a hot date night top! Nothing says “love” like a bright fuchsia top. I love the higher neck on this option.
Heart Dish towel: Holiday decor doesn’t have to be over the top! I love a subtle heart dish towel hanging from the oven handle or lying on the counter. It’s an easy way to add a little touch of festive.
Heart wreath – I’m a wreath addict. I love swapping them out for different holidays and season. I thought this was unique option that adds a nice pop of color. It would be perfect on your pantry door or above your oven range.
Table Runner: This matches the dishtowels! Lay this on a kitchen table or even a console table in an entry way. You don’t have to go overboard to make your house feel a little more holiday ready!
Love Tee: Simple and understated is always my favorite way to go! Layer this simple love tee under a cardigan or jean jacket.
Swiss Dot Dress: Need something a little more dressy? I love this Swiss dot option! It’s sweet, but sassy all at once! I love the longer length and sleeves. You could wear this to church or on a date night!
Pink slouchy sweater: Sometimes Valentine looks that can be worn YEAR-round are the best bang for your buck! I loved this casual, relaxed option! Easy and comfy to throw on with jeans and boots and go!
Heart lip balm holder: I love to find little tokens of love for my kids and gift them on Valentine’s Day. I though these conversation heart lip balm holders would be perfect for my tween girls! They can easily clip to a backpack for easy access.
Retro Love tee: The throwback vibe of this tee is holiday perfection. Another easy “throw on and go” option.
‘Love More’ smiley sweatshirt: : My tween girls LOVE this sweatshirt, and so do I. It’s warm and cozy, but still cute and festive. Plus, you can’t beat the price!
Personalized Colorful Valentine Stickers: Not going to lie, classroom Valentine’s aren’t my favorite. I’m not as creative as some moms, so when I saw these personalized stickers, I fell in love! Easy to stick on a bag with a pack of markers or chalk and have a wonderful, Pinterest-worthy, but EASY option for the kids (and for mom!)!
‘Mom is my Valentine’ tee: You gotta get the kids festive! This shirt made me smile and would be perfect for my little sidekick.
Pete the Cat Valentine’s Book: We love Pete the Cat in this house and I was excited to see he had a Valetine’s themed book. This is a good one to read with your littles in the coming weeks!