Lovestruck: How to give a Valentine's Day gift perfect for her unique personality
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(BPT) - Whether it's a couple's first date, a pair of love birds in their honeymoon phase or a husband and wife team enjoying 50 years of married bliss, Valentine's Day serves as a reminder of the affection shared with a special someone. For the Valentine who is truly one of a kind, find a gift that perfectly suits her unique personality. She'll love the presents and appreciate the thought that went into finding that perfect gift, just for her.

Follow these guidelines to select something so flawless, even cupid will be impressed.

For the DIY designer - A unique, personalized gift is the perfect choice for the creative one who loves giving everything her special touch. Personalized home decor is a great way to show extra thought and effort. For example, an accent pillow that features a couple's star signs is sentimental yet stylish, or a personalized canvas wall art with both couples' names printed in script is a beautiful addition to any interior space.

For the classic lady - If she embodies unparalleled style and grace, select a gift that is as classic as she is. For this personality, traditional, tried and true Valentine's Day gifts like gorgeous fresh flowers are the best choice. Red roses are a classic choice that represent love and affection, but if she likes the classic with a twist, consider a bouquet of multi-color roses. Orchids, an exotic flower that has long been believed to be a natural aphrodisiac, are another popular option for a classic but on-trend floral gift. A dependable floral gifting site like ProFlowers will have numerous seasonal designs to choose from.

For the trendsetter - Something sparkly always catches a trendsetter's eyes. Gifts of jewelry are extremely popular and serve as a reminder of love every time she wears it. When shopping, keep in mind her favorite colors and design preferences. Natural stones and rich metals are on trend for 2014, so go for pearls, gold and stones like garnet and blue topaz.

For the foodie - Is she always cooking up a surprise in the kitchen and watching the latest food-focused TV show? If that's her, surprise the foodie with a Champagne toast this Valentine's Day. Make it extra special by toasting with new Champagne flutes from RedEnvelope that feature the word 'love' in a variety of different languages - because after all, love transcends all things.

For the hopeless romantic - A little pampering can go a long way on Valentine's Day. Give her something dainty and soft, like a delicate set of cami and shorts, perfect for a romantic evening or simply lounging on the weekends. Present her with a spa basket full of luxurious goodies like bath salts and lotions, and watch as the stress melts away and she falls in love all over again.

When words aren't enough, the right gift can show how special she is. From roses and orchids to love baubles and Champagne toasts, a few great gifts and personalized touches to the day will leave her smitten.

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