Thursday, January 31, 2013

Valentine's Day Gift Guide

February begins tomororw! Not sure what to get for your Valentine this year? Here are a few ideas to help you think outside the box of chocolates. Put down the iTunes gift card and personalize your holiday!

These edible oyster shells are as much a gift of art as they are a gift for the chocolate lover! $32.00 

Imagine making homemade lemon curd, lemonade, lemon-roasted chicken and many more recipes with this valentine that would be enjoyed for years to come! Williams-Sonoma $69.95

An embroidered necklace from Merriweather Council is beautiful, understated, and available in any color your Valentine would love! $40.00

The Art of Eating by M.K. Fisher

This collection of M.K. Fisher's writings would be enjoyed by any cook or foodie.
From,  $16.21

Lettuce Candle
Frisky Bumblebee is a local Nashville company. Their lettuce-scented candle will bring the delightful smell of the garden into your Valentine's cozy home! $21.50

Made from a recycled Kodak Brownie, this clock is the perfect gift for your favorite photographer! It would make a stunning addition to any desk or study. $79.00

Take the frost off of February mornings with this little luxury. $89.99 on

Another local Nashville company you can find on Etsy! Flavors like Porto+Cherokee Purple and Limoncello Strawberry will dazzle your palate. Perfect for someone looking for a little something extra to round out their Valentine's gift. $12.00

Choose a dock made from one of your Valentine's favorite books. I gave Greg one of these last year made from The Hobbit and it looks sleek and stylish on top of our console. It is a great conversation piece for the living room! $56.00

This board game is a delight! If it has been awhile since you and your Valentine enjoyed a board game night, this game will get you back in the habit! Paired with a home-cooked meal and a bottle of wine, this gift will be enjoyed time and time again. $44.65 on

1 comment:

  1. What a great and cool gift guide. I see oyster chocolates in my future. Thanks so much for including my Brownie camera clock. Keep up the great work.