Nikki Rae’s 3 Way: 3 Valentines Day Gift Ideas That Cost Nothing

If you’re looking to spoil Bae this Valentine’s Day but you’re on a budget, here are 3 thoughtful and romantic gift ideas for your valentine that won’t break the bank.

The Home Spa Date

Who doesn’t love champagne, chocolate covered strawberries, hot tubs, and massages? The thing about fancy day spas is they cost too much! Don’t worry, creating the experience at home is easier and way cheaper than you think! Grab some scented dollar store candles, a bottle of cheap champagne, some strawberries and chocolate, and you’re all set! Put together a playlist of Bae’s favorite mood music, run a hot bath, light the candles, pour them a glass of bubbly and let them relax. When they’re out, surprise them with a sensual massage! This is the ultimate romantic Valentines Day date, and they will love you for it!


The Exclusive Dinner For 2

Valentines Day is one of the busiest days of the year to eat out. Not to mention, you’ll be waiting 2-3 hours for a table if you weren’t able to reserve one. And then, there’s the pricy tab. Avoid all of that and make Bae a romantic dinner for 2 right at home! Grab some cheap table decorations and candles at the dollar store, plan out your love’s favorite meal and get to it! The fact that you took time to make a romantic home cooked meal will have your Valentine eating out of the palm of your hand, literally.


The Daily Love Reminder

This one is my favorite. Be aware it may be a little time to consuming, but totally worth every second. Grab some scrap paper, and write down 365 reasons why you love your Valentine. Fold them up and put them in a cute box or mason jar, wrap it with a bow and wait for the tears of joy to follow. They will have a loving heartfelt message every day for a whole year. Each day they pull one out and are reminded of how much you love them!



Nikki Rae

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