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Four Fun Gift Ideas for Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, here are a few gifts that will have you and your significant other laughing together.

Couple’s Mugs

If enjoying a morning cup of coffee or tea together is a regular thing, gift your valentine a set of funny mugs. Starting off the day with a laugh will help make the day that much better. If you know your significant other’s sense of humor, you can customize the mugs with an inside joke you share, or a funny memory that always brings smiles to your faces. Comedy can be romantic too!


Candles make a great gift for Valentine’s Day for a few reasons. They create a great atmosphere with their scent and light, and they can be customized with messages, romantic or funny! Giving a personalized candle as a gift for Valentine’s Day is always a hit. Click here to see the different options for candles.

Decision Dice

These might be the greatest invention for couples. One of the hardest decisions couples have to make is what to watch. Sometimes it takes hours. Just roll the decision dice and you’ve got the choice made for you. No more arguing about what to watch or spending time scrolling through all of your choices. These dice will make for a great Valentine’s Day.

Personalized Socks

When you’re looking for a useful gift that will put a smile on your significant other’s face why not give them your face on a pair of socks! It’s a quirky gift idea they can use and enjoy. It might sound silly, but putting a smile on your valentine’s face is a great way to celebrate the day.

SeaComm’s partnership with GreenPath Financial Wellness can help you and your partner improve your financial outlook. GreenPath provides SeaComm members with access to free one-on-one financial counseling, student loan counseling, debt management services and more. To learn more about how SeaComm’s partnership with GreenPath can help you, click here or call (800) 550-1961.


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