If your love language is gifts, you may already have a present squared away for your Valentine (or Galentine). For the rest of us, here are a few dozen ideas for anyone on your list. Go traditional with long-stem roses and artisan chocolates. Wrap up loca self-care goods like CBD bath bombs and candles. Or gift everyday luxuries like home goods and cookware. The choice is yours. Happy shopping.
After Hours Private Couples Escape at the Well & Being Spa at Four Seasons
Experience peace of mind and body with the ultimate Valentine’s gift. This one-of-a-kind experience includes exclusive access to the Well and Being Spa facilities, 90-minute side-by-side candlelit massages, house-made dry-aged charcuterie, champagne, and more.
Cecelia Bracelet Stack
Allie+Bess, a jewelry line founded by two Dallas moms, is known for its stackable bracelets that are durable enough to endure everyday wear. The brand’s latest collab is with Texas artist Katie Kime, whose eye for color is reflected in each bold-hued bead in this stack.
McShan Florist Rose Arrangement
Roses are the perfect gift for Valentine’s! This is a beautiful arrangement of premium long-stem roses arranged in a clear glass vase. It includes an assortment of greens and appropriate accent flowers, all hand-delivered to your loved one! A classic presentation for any occasion – anniversary, birthday, congratulations, or just because.
Shining Sea Earrings
OpalMilk pieces are handcrafted by a local artist, Rye Shaw, whose creations feature raw quartz, soft leather, and delicate gold-plated details. These earrings shine with organic pearls and gold sunbursts.
The Debonair Gentleman Box
Dallas-based Eazy Gyft created this luxury box, which can be customized to fit your Valentine’s style. Choose from curated options like Monte Cristo cigars and Bang & Olufsen headphones.
Mozart Chocolate Cream Liqueur
A decadent indulgence to share with your Valentine, this creamy blend of Belgian chocolate, fresh cream, and vanilla is sure to delight your senses.
“Heart & Soul – Made in the USA” LOVE print
Dallas artist Brenda Bogart created 1,000 of these limited-edition prints, with net proceeds going to the North Texas Food Bank. Each purchase provides 333 meals to a local family. $150 AT BRENDA BOGART
The Monogram Club’s Becca Quisenberry can stitch your initials on anything from towels to table linens. The Fort Worth-based embroiderer also created these custom coasters, which make a lovely gift for your Valentine (or yourself).$72 FOR 4 AT THE MONOGRAM CLUB
D Magazine Puzzle
For the puzzle lover or the couple that loves to puzzle. This limited-edition 1,000-piece puzzle features some of the biggest moments in Dallas history through the iconic covers of D Magazine. $49.95 / 12 ISSUES
Fitness And Wellness Box
Looking for a high-end gift for a fitness fanatic? This just-launched Dallas company can help. Choose from their curated options to build a box that’ll suit your Valentine’s tastes.
Dallas Hair Mist
Dallasite Alexia P. Hammonds was the first Black woman to craft her own fragrance in Grasse, France, the most prestigious region for perfume manufacturers. A spritz of her hair mist after a workout will revive any style with notes of bergamot, jasmine, and amber.
The Black Reserve Suite
Dallas-based Jack Black is known for its richly scented products, from body wash to beard oil. This recently released Black Reserve collection features notes of cardamom and red cedarwood; one reviewer called it “the pinnacle of masculine fragrance.”
All Things Cheese
Cheese is a true love language, if you ask us. Scardello offers gift boxes filled with local Texas cheese; adding chocolate and bubbles would be a nice touch. There is also Scardello’s monthly cheese club, which screams I love you so much, I want you to eat funky-good cheese always. Or you can attend the cheese shop’s virtual chocolate and cheese Valentine’ s workshop to learn the art of food pairing.
This boutique Frisco bakeshop stocks more than your average chocolate chip cookie (though, yes, they have those too). Cookie Society’s sampler boxes, available in a half-dozen or full dozen, include flavors like cookies and cream, banana pudding, coffee cake, and salted caramel.
If your Valentine has a taste for luxury, try Grange Hall’s limited-time chocolate-dipped “strawberry bombs.” Each chocolate – covered treat is infused with a tiny vial of tequila or fruit liqueur.
Oh, sweet traditions. This is the fourth year the Bishop Arts chocolate shop has made cactus – shaped treats for the holiday of love < /a>, where the tunas (cactus fruit) are tiny hearts. And every year they delight.