Sparking the Candle With Romantic Ideas For a Married Couple

The first time you look into the eyes of the person you eventually marry there is a light that burns. That light connects the hearts and the minds of the couple in a way that lasts a lifetime. After the beginning months and years are over, life and reality takes hold and those fluttering eyes become tired and restless as the kids, job and finances take a toll on the romance. The candle of love can be sparked with some truly romantic ideas.

Traditional Choices in Romance and Romantic Gestures

When thinking about romance, the key is the surprise. Just about any choice can be romantic as long as the gift or gesture is given without the partner knowing what is coming. Surprise romantic ideas include breakfast in bed, dinner and dancing, or a shoulder and neck massage when they are doing a sink full of dishes. Other traditional choices can include heart shaped candy boxes and a card.

Getting to the Heart of the Matter and Sparking the Candle of Love

Remember when you were dating that special someone and a phone call or letter meant everything in the world. As we age, our minds lose connection with the sweet qualities of the love letter. Writing a love letter does not have to mean sitting there for hours and composing a thesis. It does, however, mean taking the time to think about what your partner really means to you. The love letter can be scented with her favorite cologne and attached to a single, long stemmed red rose.

Romantic ideas do not have to be difficult or time consuming. It is often the smallest of ideas and the sweetest of gestures that make romance restart and the candle come alive in a marriage. It is never too late to spark that love you once held strong.

We probably all want to give gifts that we will be remembered for, but it is not always easy. A gift needs to be something that touches the emotions somehow. It could be something that amuses, has beauty, is indulgent or has that special extra factor. One way to achieve this is by choosing a selection of items, normally a minimum of three, based around a theme. This has, of course, to be worked around a budget according to the relationship and occasion.

If the recipient has a passion for something, such as football, golf, music, cooking, fashion, fishing, animals or whatever, this can give you a good starting point. However just because someone enjoys fishing for example doesn’t mean you have to buy them something obvious like fishing tackle or a book on fishing – the chances are that they have the ones they need and what you choose may be superfluous to requirements, or just the wrong thing!

Try to think outside the box slightly, and consider things such as what they wear to go fishing (practical, yet comfortable clothing for a variety of weathers, such as a lightweight cashmere top, or a scarf); how they get rid of that fishy smell from their hands once they’ve finished for the day, (some nice Aromatherapy Gold hand wipes, a hand scrub, soap or a rich hand cream etc.); or maybe a fish based recipe book for times when their catch didn’t get away! You could buy a selection of these and create a wonderful themed gift. Make sure you display them nicely, and this is easiest to do using a lovely gift box.

Maybe you’re looking for a get well gift for someone very special when flowers just aren’t enough, and everyone else has given them those. Choices to assist in relaxation and recuperation may include cashmere slippers, scented candles, aromatherapy body lotion, bath oil or luxurious soaps, and something to make them smile like a book of jokes or a DVD by their favourite comedian or a fun film. paper lids for candles

A celebratory gift for passing exams could include Champagne or Belgian chocolates (for immediate celebration!) and perhaps a cashmere scarf or hat to treasure and be a long-lasting reminder. Ideas can be graded according to budget by using Cava as a cheaper alternative to Champagne, and Belgian chocolates can be replaced with a more modest but delicious treat, like some freshly made fudge. Again be guided by what you know about the recipient.

Whatever you select for your gift box, make sure it shows you have thought about your choices. If you know the person loves cashmere for example, but do not know what size, colour or style to buy, give a gift voucher and add other items to the box so they have some things to be going on with. Think of a themed gift as a grown up and sophisticated version of receiving a stocking or sack from Father Christmas!

Victoria is a qualified cashmere addict having been unable to wear any other kind of wool next to her skin without itching and scratching herself, which is neither a good look or feel! If you would like to experience the gentle lightweight softness of a fine quality cashmere top.

A celebratory gift for passing exams could include Champagne or Belgian chocolates (for immediate celebration!) and perhaps a cashmere scarf or hat to treasure and be a long-lasting reminder. Ideas can be graded according to budget by using Cava as a cheaper alternative to Champagne, and Belgian chocolates can be replaced with a more modest but delicious treat, like some freshly made fudge. Again be guided by what you know about the recipient.

Whatever you select for your gift box, make sure it shows you have thought about your choices. If you know the person loves cashmere for example, but do not know what size, colour or style to buy, give a gift voucher and add other items to the box so they have some things to be going on with. Think of a themed gift as a grown up and sophisticated version of receiving a stocking or sack from Father Christmas!

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