Last minute Valentine’s Day Gift Guide for HIM

Rose & Grace

Even if gift-giving is your love language, there's a chance you still find it difficult to find the perfect Valentine's Day gift for him. Especially if you’ve been together for a long time. Chances are, if you’re reading this - you don’t have a gift yet. Time to panic!! Hit up amazon prime and order one of these gifts that are sure to please any man in your life. Wether the special guy is your hubby, dad, or any other special man in your life. These gifts will work perfect for any of them. You want something as unique and heartfelt as your love, but still practical enough for him to use on the daily. That's why I have rounded up the best Valentine's Day gift ideas for the man in your life, no matter your budget ... or relationship status. I still don’t have a gift for my husband yet, so perhaps I should take my own advice. Lol!

Im hoping that this will help you find an amazing gift for every kind of relationship, whether you're celebrating your first Valentine's Day together as boyfriend and girlfriend, or you've been married to your husband for what feels like eternity. All of the gift ideas on this list, regardless of how inexpensive they may be, are equally personal and romantic because, remember, Valentine’s Day is about love. It’s the thought that counts over here!

While you may be tempted to go for a more unusual gift idea or do it yourself project this time around, stick with something that caters to your guy's interests — whether it's hockey, gaming, cooking a delicious meal, or bingeing Netflix's entire collection of shows. No matter which present you pick, there's no doubt that he'll love it because it came straight from your heart.

Now.... let’s get this started!!

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What I Love About You Fill-in-the-Book

Go funny, frisky, or heartfelt with your answers in this fill-in-the-blank book. Or go for a combination of all three as you jot down your most treasured moments, inside jokes, or characteristics that you love most about your beau.

Engraved Wooden Docking Station

Give all of his nightstand essentials. His phone, glasses, watch, wallet, and keys — a home with this docking station, which seamlessly blends function and fashion. Try customizing it by choosing from one of eight wood shades and adding his name, initials, or monogram.

Three Year Journal

You two are in it for the long haul, which is why this 3-year journal makes the perfect gift. Each day for the next three years, this journal will prompt you both to answer a particular question, encouraging deeper conversations and self-reflection.

Miniature Indoor Fireplace

Dinner by candlelight has met its match: dinner (well, everything) by fireside. Stick this cement fireplace outside, cover it with rubbing alcohol, and light a match for a smoke and soot-free glow.

Back and Neck Massager

Try as you might, all the shoulder and back rubs you give him pale in comparison to this heated massager, which follows the Shiatsu technique to target deep muscles. He can switch between three different intensity levels, depending on how tight and achy he is.

Wireless Charger

Not only does this dock eliminate the look of messy wires, but it doesn't have any annoying bright lights that'll keep you (er, him) up all night. Just make sure his smartphone is compatible!

Beer Subscription


I got this for my hubby last Christmas and he absolutely loved it!! Take the guesswork out of gifting by signing your guy up for a monthly, bimonthly, or quarterly

City Map

Whether he's recently moved from home or just fallen more in love with his current one, he'll proudly put this city map on any shelf or wall in clear view.

Letters to My Love Time Capsule

Spend a few nights writing 12 heartfelt letters to your loved one about all the ways he inspires, encourages, or loves you. Then seal them in this paper time capsule and tell him to open a letter when he needs it most. So so cute!

Scratch The World Travel Map


Another Valentine's Day together? Check. Another adventure in the books? That's where this scratch-off world map comes into play. A post COVID-19 bucket list of sorts, this map may inspire him to put his dreams to action. After the pandemic of course!

Dark Brown Leather Card Holder


For the minimalist, you can't go wrong with this sleek, handmade leather wallet.

Premium Cocktail Maker


A gift for him (and for you, too!) this cocktail maker allows you to create your favorite drinks at home with the push of a few buttons.

Ticket Stub Diary


Gather all the concert tickets, movie stubs, and plane tickets you've been collecting throughout your relationship and store it in this keepsake book. For bonus points, write an IOU on the inside flap, explaining that you'll take him to see his favorite band when concerts resume.


Instant Beer Cocktail Sugar Cube Trio


While you prepare your martini, he can drop one of these lemon, lime, or grapefruit cubes into his beer to transform it into a chelada, shandy, or radler. Throw in a bottle of his favorite hot sauce, so he can go one step further by turning a chelada into a michelada.

Custom Vinyl Record Print


Whether you're an "At Last" or "All of Me" couple, one thing's for sure: Your song is a symbol of your commitment to one another. Send the name of your special song along with any personalization details to this Etsy seller and they'll turn it into a frameable print he'll cherish for years to come.

Smartphone Camera Lens Kit


With this pocket-size gadget, he can leave his bulky DSLR at home without compromising photo quality. When he attaches the macro or wide angle lens to his smartphone, he'll get Instagram-worthy shots, no matter his phone model.


Six-Pack Greeting Card


Make a practical gift more personal by writing a special message in the blank card, attached to the outside of this box. One catch: It doesn't come with beer, so it's up to you to fill it with the kind he loves most.


100 Movies Scratch Off Poster


The next time he's at a loss on a date night, he can scratch a box on this poster to reveal which movie the two of you should watch together. While you may have seen some of the classics on this poster (Jaws and Star Wars, for example), you're bound to discover a new favorite.

101 Conversation Starters for Couples


No one wants to be that couple sitting across from each other at a romantic restaurant ... with nothing to talk about. This pack of 101 cards inspires meaningful conversation, which is a must in any solid relationship.

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