Whether it's something tongue-in-cheek, quirky or a twist on a traditional present, there's plenty to swoon over.
Here's a round-up of top romantic gifts and where to find them - instore or online - in time for Valentine's Day.
Love like a lobster
Lobsters mate for life so luxury chocolate company Chococo has come up with a delightfully different present idea of a chocolate-shaped lobster.
What says love more than a chocolate lobster?
Wrapped in vibrant hot pink and purple foil and with a tag stating "You're my lobster", this large chocolate is part of the Valentine's range for 2020 from Chococo - an award-winning artisan chocolatier in Dorset with Chocolate Houses in select locations including Horsham.
It's made with 45% Venezuelan milk chocolate and decorated with cocoa butter swirls, costing £10 for varieties of milk or dark chocolate love lobsters or £11.50 for a vegan version.
What better novelty gift for the "lobster" in your life?
Customised stationery company Invite Press is selling the Little Love Notepad, where you can choose a name or message on it to suit your relationship.
It could be telling the person you love them to a personal in-joke that is a secret between you, all under the mark of a red heart. One thing's for sure, this hugely personal gift costing £10 a pad is totally unique and ideal for anyone who loves stationery.
For the creative, arty person in your life, how about a bullet journal?
Bullet journals feature pages of dots, allowing the book owner to create their own system of lists, diaries or planners to organise their lives in their own arty or structured way,
The Ink Pot is a new company - a mother and daughter team - selling customised bullet journals, which lie flat to make drawing and writing easier, and use ultra-thick paper.
Their exquisite products including a pink version with an elegant chalk rose on the front that would be ideal for Valentine's Day but there are a range of colours and foils to customise the journal to your exact requirements for £15.
Bullet journals are becoming so popular that the hashtag #bujo even has over 3.8 million posts on Instagram.
Pocket squares for men are becoming all the rage and none looks more aptly distinctive for Valentine's Day than the Heart Man design from Trendhim.
This new-age pocket square, costing £25, is by Bohemian Revolt and made from silk. It's rolled and stitched by hand to add charming edges that stand out from the crowd when it's being displayed from a top pocket.
This quirky artwork design featuring a human heart in the drawing is one for a man who keeps at the cutting-edge of menswear trends.
Combine both useful and attractive with the luxurious travel jewellery keeper from Ellis James Designs that helps prevent necklace and bracelet chains becoming tangled and loose earrings from disappearing mid-journey.
For something extra special you could include a piece of new bling inside this travel case too.