Vegan Valentine's Day Gift Ideas

Vegan Valentine's Day Gift Ideas

2020 has tested everyone in different ways, but if your relationship made it unscathed, let us help you celebrate your love with inspiration for the best vegan valentines gift ideas we could find! We wanted to include unusual gift ideas, and things that could be enjoyed alone or with your loved ones. Let’s go!

Aesop Tacit Eau de Parfum

Our favorite thing about this fragrance (besides being 100% vegan and cruelty-free) is that is gender neutral, so it’s great for all sexes. The scent is citrusy thanks to the yuzu in the formula and it has fresh, green notes, like uncut grass on a sunny morning.

2. Romantic plants

Hoya love plant

If you want to avoid the cliche of flowers on valentine's, get a live indoor plant instead. We think this succulent (called hoya) is perfectly on point. It has an unusual heart shape, and you can care for it and nurture together, like you would do with your relationship. Besides, if your loved one is not good with plants, a cactus is in one of the lowest difficulty settings!

Anthurium plant

We also love this anthurium! It has iconic heart-shaped flowers and the cute romantic stone pot it comes in is a plus.

3. Drinking chocolate

CACOCO 70% Spicy Dark Drinking Chocolate

Good food and drinks contribute to a happy heart. This vegan drinking chocolate is awesome: it is ethically sourced, decadent, can be used in desserts as well. Sharing a cup with your lover in the morning or afternoon of valentine's day will invigorate you, especially with the hint of spiciness from the habaneros.

4. The Peruvian vegan cookbook

The Peruvian vegan cookbook

It’s not an overstatement to say a lot of people finally learned how to cook during these long ongoing months of lockdown. So, if you are ready to upgrade your skills to the next level, or if your loved one is already an experienced cook but open to try new things, the Peruvian vegan cookbook is an excellent choice! 

5. Heart shaped waffle maker

Heart shaped waffle maker

What’s better than a gift that expresses love and can be enjoyed all year long, not just on valentine's? We know the heart shape is a bit cliché, but on the other hand, you’ll get waffles! Google your favorite vegan waffle recipe and you’re set up for a sweet time.

6. Faux fur luxury throw for 2

Faux fur luxury throw

A large, super soft and fuzzy blanket that did not harm any animals is the ideal luxury item to enjoy moments of cuddles and coziness together.

7. Soy candles

Soy candle

Candles can make special times extra special, and this beautifully made soy candle not only looks good, but has a relaxing scent that will put you in a good mood!

8. Indulgent mud mask 

Vegan Dead Sea Mud Mask with Avocado & Superfoods

Love thyself. But at the same time, you can take advantage of the valentine's hype to plan a complete pampering session for 2. We thought this 100% vegan sea mud mask would be a fabulous addition to a home mini spa session.

9. Luxury bathrobes

Luxury bathrobes

So, if you decide to go ahead with the spa idea, this bathrobe is the ultimate finishing touch! It is made with 100% Turkish cotton, esteemed for its higher quality and softness. You can find robes for him and for her. Treat yo’ self!

10. A box of chocolates

“Bear Hug” Dark Chocolate Heart Filled with Gummies

We know, it’s not very original. BUT, this classic valentine's gift comes with a surprising twist: not only the entire box (with lid) is made of chocolate, but it comes with gummy bears inside! Sjaak's chocolates are a truly fine gift; the chocolate is delicious, beautifully packaged, and it is made in small artisanal batches with organic ingredients. They have an amazing selection of special chocolates that are perfect for valentines day; our faves are "Cupid's Kisses,"   "Coconuts For You," and "Dark Filled Heart."

So that’s it for 2021. We hope you found something you liked on this list, or at the very least, new inspiration to find your ideal vegan valentine’s gift! You can take a look at our other valentine’s day gift list for more ideas.


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