What’s Your Valentine's Day Gift Giving Style (Part 6)?

What’s Your Valentine's Day Gift Giving Style (Part 6)?

Gifts of Time and Experience

If you haven’t already, go ahead and glance through our previous blog to get caught up with the conversation!

The final giving style that I will discuss is probably one of the most underrated of them all, gifts of time and experience. A person whose giving style matches that of gifts of time prefer to show their love through nonmaterialistic means such as experiences.

Although giving your time is incredibly meaningful, complimenting these experiences with a physical bouquet of Royal Roses adds even more beauty to the event that you are planning. With so many different styles of boxes, colors and customizable options, you can be sure to compliment any type of Valentine’s Day plan with a Royal Rose bouquet!

Running low on Valentine ideas to share your time? Perhaps you and your spouse have been discussing that special get-away, or maybe even a delayed honeymoon, but just haven’t fully committed yet. Booking airfare, an Airbnb and attraction/resort packages are typically more affordable when purchased in advance. Why not get the ball rolling and surprise your partner with a destination gift? Or, if that isn’t quite in the budget, you could always sign up for that ballroom couples dance class, couples’ massage, or pottery class you’ve looked into. A more affordable option would be to invest in a few board games and  plan a nice evening at home, game night anyone? This is especially meaningful if your schedules are typically hectic.

Still not quite what you’re looking for? Homemade coupons are the best! Breakfast in bed… free car wash… free massage… free night-out without the kids… the list could go on and on! Everyone could benefit from something free, so get crafty and creative and create the perfect coupon book. Not to mention, it’s ‘technically’ free for you too!

Whatever giving style seems to fit you most, Royal Rose is guaranteed to make this Valentine’s Day one to remember… and last!

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