Bookish Valentine’s Gifts for Your Loved One

Hello love birds, prepare yourselves for some of the best Valentine’s Day gifts for your loved ones.

I hope you have at least decided on a gift for your loved one by now, but if you are having trouble picking one out, hopefully this list will help.

Open Book Tie Clip

Loved one needs to dress up in a suit and tie, but also loves to read books? A simple tie clip might be just the thing for them.

Harry Potter Themed Kindle Case

Every reader needs a case for their kindle right? Well your loved one might just love to transform their Kindle into a book of spells of their own!


Personalized Penguin Book Cover Print

Looking for something a little more relationship focused? Try a personalized penguin book cover for the two of you.


Personalized Boom Mark

A timeless gift, but if your loved one reads physical books, theres a good chance they’ll need a bookmark. Why not get them one with a personal message on it?


A Bookish Date

Maybe your loved one likes experiences and not gifts, well read this article for some book themed date ideas around the USA. Maybe they’ll inspire you to come up with one of your own.

Why Reading Together Can Be A Good Valentine’s Day Date

So as I’m sure all of you know, today is Valentine’s Day, which can make a lot of people happy, or very upset. Some of you might have a date and are celebrating, some have a date and don’t feel the need to celebrate.

Some people may have no date and aren’t too happy about it, while other still might have no date and couldn’t be happier about that. If anything, it’s more romantic to have that perfect date any other day of the year, because you won’t be societally obligated to go through with it.

If you are happy about what you are doing on Valentine’s Day, then I am happy for you, there’s no pressure to find that perfect date.

I have been thinking about this idea a lot recently, and I was wondering if sitting with your significant other and just enjoying books together can be an awesome gift to eachother today.

Yeah, some people wan’t some crazy gifts; boxes of chocolates, flowers, food, jewellery, but I think a lot of people are happy just spending time with the person they love.

That’s why I believe my idea could be a great present to eachother. The only problem for this idea is that both people need to be interested in books.

Let’s examine the idea a little more.

If you and your parnter are both big readers, but don’t really like eachother’s favourite genres, that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Personally, my girlfriend isn’t a big reader, but when she does read it tends to be on the darker side of the spectrum, where I prefer more epic fantasy books.

I think a nice romantic gesture like swapping books with eachother and putting the time in to reading a book that your partner has chosen for you can be a good date idea, and also help your relationship. Maybe you don’t like the book in the end, but maybe you do.

I think the key part is putting in the effort for your parnter and showing some interest in something that they are interested in.

To spice things up a bit, you two can get some comfy sweats on, make a nice warm cup of tea (or whatever your reading drink of choice is) and curl up under a nice warm blanket together and enjoy eachother’s company while you both read a good book.

This works if you and your partner like the same books too. It might be easier because this way you don’t have to swap books with eachother, you can just take whichever book you are reading at the time and enjoy it in the presence of the person you love.

I’m not saying this is the perfect date idea, and I’m not saying your partner will even enjoy it if you would. I just think that it could be a nice alternative to watching Netflix together (which also isn’t a bad idea)

I’d love to hear what everyone’s doing for Valentine’s Day. Let me know in the comments section.