The Welsh know how to celebrate their sweethearts. They even have their own patron saint of lovers, St. Dwynwen. Here are a few Welsh Valentines Day gifts to give you some inspiration.
There is a long tradition of handicrafts in Wales, including the romantic tradition of presenting your intended with your own hand-carved love spoon. Whether they use the landscape, the sea, or the traditions and culture that are all around them as inspiration, the abundance of talent and creativity in Wales has never been stronger.
Now you can bring a little piece of the magic and mystery of Wales into your life by celebrating love (and your sweetheart).
One of the most romantic things you can get your sweetheart is a love spoon.
“Cariad” means love, darling, or sweetheart in Welsh.
Cwtch Hand-Poured Heart
A “cwtch” is a Welsh hug. Give someone you love a little cwtch to scent their drawer, car or bathroom.
There are more sheep in Wales than people. Give your little ewe a sweet little sheep brooch to make her feel cuddly.
Remind your sweetie just how amazing they are with this ceramic jewellery dish.
The wren is the king of all birds. Give these sweet silver wren cufflinks to someone you adore.
Lovebirds represent two people who are very much in love. Show them how much you love them by giving this beautiful hand-carved in Wales love spoon.
Cariad Fine Bone China Mug
Tell someone they are loved with this fine bone china mug.
Let him/her wear the stars in their ears.
Give the three magical birds of Rhiannon, whose song can “wake the dead and lull the living to sleep”, to your sweetheart. It never hurts to give a little magic.
This candle has a woody and rose scent that evokes memories of a warm and cozy home. Give to remind someone special that you care.
Give your sweetie Spring flowers with this rich Daffodil Handmade Soap Bath and Beauty Box for some serious self-care.
Show them they’re special by letting them wear the stars and constellations around their neck.
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