With Valentine’s Day coming up, you might feel at a loss for what to get. Luckily, we have a list of some uniquely romantic Valentine’s Day gifts for her.

Are you on the hunt for the perfect Valentine's Day gift for your wife, fiancée, or girlfriend?

Landing on the right gift can be hard. And if you're looking to think outside the traditional bouquet of roses and box of chocolates, it can be even more difficult. 

So, what should you get for your love?

Check out this guide to learn about the most unique Valentine's Day gifts for her. 

1. Gold-Dipped Rose

Even though a bouquet of red roses isn't exactly unique, it still makes for a great Valentine's Day gift. After all, red roses symbolise true love, passion, romance, and desire. 

If you like what the rose symbolises but want to give something more unique than a bouquet, then we suggest giving your loved one a Gold-Dipped Eternity Rose.

Not only are gold-dipped roses beautiful, but unlike a fresh bouquet, they're something that your loved one can keep forever. 

They even come in a beautiful presentation box so your loved one can display the gift for everyone to see. 

And if your loved one is really into jewellery, you can also buy her rose petal jewellery including earrings or a pendant. 

2. The Gift of an Experience

If you and your lady are looking to minimise the amount of clutter in your home, an experience gift is a great idea.

Experience gifts, also known as experiential gifts, allow the recipient to have a brand new adventure with the one they love. 

When choosing an experience gift, think about your loved one's hobbies or something she has always talked about trying but has never done. 

For example, if your loved one enjoys outdoor adventures, you could gift them her scuba diving classes, a skydiving excursion, or a horseback riding tour. Or, if she loves to learn new things, you could gift a cooking class or language lessons. 

3. Weekend Getaway Surprise

Another great 'non-material' gift is a weekend getaway surprise. Make sure your loved one has a clear schedule for the Valentine's Day weekend, then take her on a mini-holiday. 

You can rent a cabin in the country or somewhere coastal, take her to a swanky hotel in the middle of the city, or rent an Airbnb in a cool region you've both been wanting to explore. 

4. Actual Handwriting Bracelet

You've probably said "I love you" to your sweetheart a million times. But, what if you could say it on a bracelet in your actual handwriting?

Enter: the handwriting bracelet. You can order these bracelets online in sterling silver, rose gold, and 18k gold. This way, your "I love you" will be with her always. 

Or, if you have a "special saying" that you and your loved one share, you could have that engraved onto the bracelet. 

5. Subscription Box

Subscription boxes are all the rage these days. Subscription boxes, for those who don't know, are recurring deliveries of niche products. 

The great thing about subscription boxes is that there is a type of box out there for everyone.

If your darling is into beauty, choose a makeup subscription that comes with lipsticks, mascaras, and brushes.

Literary boxes are perfect for the book lover in your life, and wine subscriptions make for an easy romantic night in.

A clothing subscription box could do the trick for a fashionista, or you can choose a self-care package with soaps, scrubs, and facial masks.

Subscription boxes make an excellent Valentine's Day gift because they keep on giving month after month.

6. House Plant

If your loved one has been wanting to test out her green thumb, this is the perfect gift. Plus, any time she waters the houseplant, she'll think of you. 

Even if you live in a cold climate, there are plenty of plants out there that are suitable for indoor growth.

Some of the top choices for beginning gardeners include the Chinese evergreen, spider plants, jade plant, or devil's ivy. 

7. Date Night Bucket List

If you've been in a relationship for a while, you might feel like you've done it all in terms of date night ideas. 

If you're looking to be proven otherwise, we suggest buying a date night bucket list jar. These jars come with different date night ideas (everything from going on a treasure hunt to creating a piece of art together).

You can either buy a date night bucket list or, if you're wanting to make your gift super personalised, you can create your own.

All you need is some type of jar that you can decorate, some wooden sticks (like paddle pop sticks), and some markers and pens. Jot down all your brilliant ideas on the sticks and store them in the decorated jar.

When you're ready for date night, draw a stick out of the jar at random and let it plan the perfect evening for you!

8. Time Capsule

If you're looking to make your loved one gush and you've been in a relationship for a while, you could make a time capsule of your relationship. 

Fill the time capsule with meaningful things like photos, birthday cards, train tickets, old love letters, or anything else that's special for the two of you and defines your relationship. 

When your loved one opens the box, she'll be thrilled to take a trip down memory lane.

9. Valentine's Day Scavenger Hunt

If your lady loves a good challenge, then putting together a Valentine's Day scavenger hunt is a great option. 

With this, you'll write down a bunch of clues that lead to the final gift. The first clue should lead to the next clue, and so on until she is led to the big gift. 

To make it extra romantic, have all the clues revolve around your relationship. For example, one clue could be, "This is where we had our first date". 

Valentine's Day Gifts for Her: Which One Will You Buy?

Now that you have this list of the best Valentine's Day gifts for her, it's time to decide which one is right for your loved one. 

Also, be sure to check out this guide to choosing the most romantic Valentine's Day gifts for her.