Romantic Valentine's Day Gift Ideas for Men

Valentine's Day is a celebration of love and showering those close to your heart with affection. This task seems simple for men, as any girl loves to receive flowers or chocolate. However, finding a Valentine's Day gift for a man is slightly more challenging.

Tickets + You

Men love sports. A gift that may not seem romantic to a woman but will most definitely score romance points with a man are tickets to his favorite athletic event. A pair of tickets to a game where his favorite team is playing is one of the best ways to tell him "I love you." The caveat, however, is that you are the one sitting next to him at that game instead of one of his male friends. Your special man will adore you for spending a night out at the ballpark or in the hockey arena with him.

Home Baked

Your man probably loves to indulge in savory snacks or sweet delicacies from time to time. For Valentine's Day, make a box full of homemade treats and goodies, wrapped with a big, red bow. Fill it with cheese straws, a snack mix using nuts, mini crackers and tiny pretzels, brownies and a few of his favorite cookies. Tuck these treats into the box along with a personalized note sealed with a lipstick kiss. He will feel like the luckiest man alive after receiving your gift.

From the Heart

One of the quickest ways to find your special man's soft side is to create an album or a video of your special memories and moments together. If you take lots of pictures at every occasion, no matter how big or small, find one's you feel he will enjoy and put them into a photo album with a personalized note. If there is one picture that really captures your relationship, have it framed for him. If you have various camcorder videos, put together clips of vacations, trips and every day life. To finish the short movie, add a song that has special meaning to him and voila! The perfect, romantic gift your man can view over and over again.

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Jessica Bold holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology. Bold has been professionally writing for one year, primarily for ehow, with articles focusing on and relating to education.

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