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Love Languages Gift Guide

Updated: Jun 16, 2021

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner — a special day reserved for expressing your love to others. You know you love them, but it is important to ensure you are expressing your feelings of love and appreciation in a way that makes sense to your partner. You speak the same language…but do you speak the same love language?

The five love languages are physical touch, words of affirmation, acts of service, receiving gifts, and quality time. These languages are five distinct ways of communicating feelings of love. Individuals generally value all of these expressions of love but place one above the rest.

It's important to meet your partner halfway and love them the way they need to be loved instead of the way that you need to be loved. What feels natural to you may not feel the same to them.

The act of learning your partner’s love language and communicating your feelings towards them in that way is an effective way to strengthen a relationship by creating feelings of appreciation and security.

This Valentine’s Day, show your partner just how much you care by giving them a special gift tailored to their love language. Read our carefully curated gift guide below for ideas that speak every language.

Physical Touch

Physical touch love language is for tactile lovers — lovers who adore hugs, kisses, and displays of affection. Physical instances offer a sense of comfort and security for the person on the receiving end.

Here are two great gift ideas for this partner:

Body Balm or Oil: Pick up our Neurogan CBD Topical Lavender Balm for couple’s massages. Massaging your partner is an incredibly intimate act that your tactile lover would definitely appreciate.

Comfortable Blanket: Place our Plush ChiChi Feather Luxury Faux Fur Throw in your basket for the ultimate cozy gift. This blanket will offer a similar sense of physical comfort to laying down with you.

Words of Affirmation

Words of affirmation love language is for the verbal lover — lovers who appreciate kind words and being told how much they are loved, out loud. This type of partner values verbal compliments, encouragement, and declarations of love.

Here are two great gift ideas for this partner:

Personalized Journal: This DIY gift idea requires two items: a blank journal and a pen. Take your pen and write little love notes throughout the pages, so that when your partner writes an entry, they are reminded of how much you love them, in your own words.

Words of Love” Necklace: Pick up our Words of Love Necklace to tell your partner how you feel. Pair this necklace with an old-fashioned, handwritten love letter explaining just how much you love them for the perfect gift.

Acts of Service

Acts of service love language is for the busy lover — lovers who appreciate tasks being taken off of their plate or their lives being made easier in some way. Helping your partner through an act of service shows them that you care about their well-being.

Here are two great gifts for this partner:

Love Coupons: This DIY gift is simple, yet caring. Cut up pieces of cardstock and write on each a personalized act of service. These can include a massage, any favor at any time, and/or a home-cooked meal.

Plan a Date Night: There is nothing better for this partner than being surprised with a task already completed. Clean the house, light the candles, and prepare a nice home-cooked meal all before your partner makes it home for a romantic act of service.

Receiving Gifts

Receiving Gifts love language is for the tactile lover — lovers who appreciate visual proof of your love. This can be seen as materialistic, but it is more about thoughtfulness and is harder than it seems. It's about paying careful attention to things your partner would enjoy or need.

Here are two great gifts for this partner:

Flowers: Pick up our Angela Flower Love Gift Box or our Red Rose Bear for a special twist on the classic bouquet of flowers that are both beautiful and longer-lasting.

Jewelry: Add our Latelita London “Loved” Necklace to your cart to show your partner how loved they truly are. Every time they wear this piece they will be reminded of how much you care about them.

Quality Time

Quality Time love language is for the experiential lover — lovers who appreciate being fully present with you and enjoying time spent together. Being by your side is what they value most in the relationship.

Here are two great gifts ideas for this partner:

Conversation cards: This DIY gift is easily personalized and thoughtful. Cut up small pieces of card-stock and write questions and/or conversation topics for you two to discuss. This gift comes with the intention to set aside quality time with your partner.

Adventure List: This DIY gift is also an easy way to express how much you care. Write up a simple list for your partner with date and adventure ideas for the two of you to do together. Showing your partner that you want to do these things together will make them feel truly appreciated and excited for the future.


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