Valentine's Day is celebrated on the 14th of February - In these days of mass-produced gifts, people are searching for Romantic Valentines day gift Ideas that are unique as gifts of love for special people in their lives. Through the worldwide web, you can now search out unique creations from all over the globe. We recommend a Welsh Love Spoon - click on the following links for details about the unique custom of giving Love Spoons as gifts - Meanings & Symbols - Carvers - History - Pyro-Engraving. The 'Valentine Love Spoon' (035) and the 'Traditional Celtic Love Spoon' (001) are perfect as unique gifts on Valentine's Day, but we also have many more for you to choose from. You can even have a name, date or even message engraved on to your hand carved love spoon for free. See an example to the right, but we can also personalise it further with the name of your loved one.
View below our Valentines Day Gift ideas, or visit our Valentine's Day Gift Ideas page to see our full list of recommended gifts.
Normally we would ship the Love Spoons, engraved as you request, directly to you so that you can present it personally to your Valentine and see her/his joy and surprise for yourself. If, however, you would like us to send your Valentine Love Spoon directly to your Valentine, we can enclose a printed "To my Valentine" Card. If you wish us to do this, just add a comment with your order to request the card and tell us what you would like written on it. As an extra service, we engrave free the name of the loved one, or the couple, and a date for a special occasion. Or even a short message like 'My Valentine.'
FREE ENGRAVING: Cadwyn offer a free engraving service of names, dates and even messages on Genuine Welsh Lovespoons hand-carved in Wales. This service is available on most of the Lovespoons. Click on the individual Love Spoon images for more details.
QUICK DESPATCH: All orders despatched within 2 working days. To ensure that the gift arrives in time for Valentine's Day, please order before 12pm on Thursday 10th of February in the UK, or 12pm on Friday 4th of February outside of the UK.