Quirky Valentine's gifts for your special someone
Hello February! A gateway month to the pastel hues and tentative warmth of Spring. First up, now that we’ve got January out of the way (phew!), is the heart-eyed lovefest of Valentine’s Day. A day to profess Love – of COURSE we’re on board. We’ve compiled some great Valentine’s gift suggestions to kick-start your romantic inspiration.
As with all seasonal moments through the year, we’ll be accompanying them with Jellycat. Copious amounts of cute, smiling, fluffy Jellycat. How about A Pair of Lovely Lovebirds for your love bird? A heart (classic) for the one who holds your heart? A Lobster (iconic) for your Lobster? We’ve got you covered.
Or perhaps you want to go slightly more sparkly? Estella Bartlett and Joma Jewellery have created hearts coupled with lovely sentiments that tick the Valentine’s Day box fantastically well.
As we’re the home of quirky, happy little gifts, we can also offer you something that’s neither fluffy OR sparkly…
What about a beautiful book? Some new recipes to enjoy together? A super-cheeky Book Lovers Bookmark? Or the ultimate, timelessly romantic puzzle?
"We are asleep until we fall in love"
Leo Tolstoy summed it up perfectly and what better place to turn to for romantic inspiration than literature? If you can’t see the perfect gift for your perfect partner here on our website, what about ordering a book that’s full of thought and guaranteed to get an ‘awww’? Sit back, settle in and browse thousands of titles on our Bookshop.org page, where the match-making gods have created the ultimate coupling of an online bookstore with a platform that supports your beloved independent bookshop. You can order direct on Bookshop.org for home delivery or, if you’d rather collect in store then simply call us on 01288 352518 (or email us via email@example.com) and we’ll order your chosen book(s) into store for you.
If you simply can’t decide, why not give your loved one the gift of choice? Pop into store and buy them the eternally appreciated love token: a book token or Spencer Thorn gift voucher?