You two have only been together for a week – you don’t exactly know each other that well. You know you like her, but you’re not really sure she’s the one. You definitely love her, but you didn’t find the right way to tell her yet. She’s adorable, you love her, and have done so for a couple of years now. The list of scenarios is practically infinitely long, but no matter what your case is, Valentine’s Day needs to be celebrated.
So do you know what present to buy your valentine according to the level of your commitment? Are you sure your gift won’t scare her off or disappoint her? If so, good for you! But if not, then here are a few Valentine’s Day gift suggestions you could consider:
Level of commitment: 0 (Not yet committed)
Level of commitment: 1 (New romance)
She’s now officially your girlfriend, so don’t be afraid to get her something more personal. A pendant is sweet, precious, but not too much either. She’ll get it that you like her, but you don’t really run the risk of scaring her off.
They’re pretty subtle, but they can work magic for you two. Your girl can choose to ignore the sensual message they send, or she can respond to it passionately. You never know for sure what reaction strawberries in chocolate will trigger.
Level of commitment: 2 (Long-term relationship)
Think of something you love doing with her and let her know how you feel. If your mornings are better when you wake up next to her, then tell exactly that and buy her an espresso maker. Or anything else you know will deliver the message.
Commitment level: 3 (Newlyweds)
Jewelry is always a perfect gift. You’re not at the new romance level anymore but you’re passion for her hasn’t changed a bit. So try to remember what pair of earrings she said she would love to have and put a smile on her face by buying her exactly that.
Couple Cooking Classes:
Commitment level: 0-3 (Works for all levels)
Now flowers are a category on their own. They are suited for any occasion, any level of commitment, anywhere. Women never get tired of receiving flowers and it would be a good idea to offer them as often as possible. Not only on Valentine’s Day.