Relationships can be challenging and everyone has a different way of handling their relationship. As you and your partner both learn new things about each other, you come closer making it easier to understand the other person better. Building a strong relationship takes time and a lot of communication. But add long distance into that mix and it’s even more challenging.
A lot of people who are in long-distance relationships have heard from their family and friends that it won’t work out. But you have chosen to walk this path with your significant other. You have chosen to try your best, and hardest to make your relationship work. However long you’ve been together, a few months, a year, a little over a year, or a few years, we are right here cheering you on.
You have made it this far and we want to make this Valentine’s Day special for both of you. It can be rough feeling all those emotions and not being able to hold the person you love and just be in that moment. It makes people who aren’t in long-distance relationships value being able to hold their partners even more. But for you, it can be overwhelming with Valentine’s day right around the corner.
If you’re surprising your partner by flying or driving over to see them, we hope you have an amazing Valentine’s Day together. If your partner’s schedule and yours don’t allow you to be together this holiday, then we’ve got a few ideas and gifts to make valentine's day for your long-distance relationship super special.
Here are some Valentine's day gifts and ideas for your long-distance relationship.
How to celebrate Valentine's day for long-distance relationship
There are so many interesting games online that you and your partner can enjoy. From online games that you can both indulge in to question games that will help you get to know each other better.
Beyond surface level:
On the topic of question games. There are some questions online that are designed specifically for the purpose of building love. These questions can help you know your partner on a deeper level and form a stronger bond with them.
If your partner loves figuring things out, well here’s your chance to make them sweat. Create a scavenger hunt for them that will lead them to places and maybe eventually, a surprise. This can be a lot of fun to put together and solve.
Send personalised gifts:
Personalised gifts come in different forms and sizes, and trust us because we know all about them. Our anthem is built on the foundation of personalised gifts. We have so many options for you to choose from like the personalised location plaque to celebrate where and when you met. Or you can get this personalised name lamp to remember you when it brightens up their night.
Make a video:
Making a video requires a few minutes of your time, and it can be just one of the things you do to celebrate Valentine’s Day when you’re in a long-distance relationship. You can speak from the heart and just tell them how much they mean to you.
Write a letter:
A letter is another way to convey your feelings and how important your partner is to you. Unlike sending messages through your phone, hand-written letters are special because they are rarely done in this generation. So, if a video makes you squeamish, a letter is another way to go.
Spend the day together:
We know you’re miles apart from each other, but we really mean it. Spend the day together! Get on zoom or FaceTime and watch the sunrise/sunset together, sit by the beach, have coffee, and make some arts or crafts. Just spend the day together doing all your favourite things.
Film your day:
Just in case your partner isn’t able to take time off work and spend the day with you virtually, you can film your day from the moment you wake up to the moment you go to bed.
If you’re both not able to spend the day together, then you can set up a virtual dinner date. Order each other’s favourite food and sit together for a cosy dinner over Facetime. Talk about each other’s day and keep each other company.
Watch a movie:
Streaming a movie is another great way to spend Valentine’s day together with your partner when you’re in a long-distance relationship. There are apps and software that enable you to watch a movie at the same time. You can also send each other Netflix & chill gift hamper to make the moment extra special.
Read a book:
Books. A lot of people still enjoy this quiet and imaginative form of relaxation. If books are something you and your partner enjoy, then you can pick up any book that you’re both reading and pick up from where you left off, each taking turns.
Create a playlist:
Make a playlist of songs that mean something to both of you. These songs should evoke memories and make you think of each other. This Valentine’s Day playlist can include any and all types of songs.
Plan a vacation:
Countdown the days to when you get to see each other next. Plan a vacation together either for Valentine’s Day or a few days, weeks, or months after. Start preparing an itinerary for this vacation.
Valentine’s day gifts ideas for long-distance couples
With lots of options to choose from, you can get a gift for your girlfriend or boyfriend from the valentine’s day gifts for her, and valentine’s day gifts for him categories. Or if you’re looking for something more personal where you can customise the gifts that you send, then you can check out the personalised Valentine’s Gifts category.
We want to make this day super special for you and your partner, and the gifts we offer is one step in the right direction.
We truly hope that you find the best gift from the ones we have personally curated for you. And we wish you and your partner an amazing, fun-filled Valentine’s Day this 2023.
Q. How do you keep a romance alive in a long-distance relationship?
A: Plan virtual dates, send personalised gifts like the ones we offer right here, and never stop flirting.
Q. How do I show I love her long-distance?
A: Send her cute messages with personalised gifts from the wide range of options we have for you right here.
Q. What is the meaning behind Valentine's Day?
A: Valentine’s Day is a celebration of all types of love, but it is mostly celebrated by couples.