Dating 3 weeks birthday gift
Something small yet meaningful (a little something), but what? Edit: I will be going alone and all of her friends will be there (most I haven't met). or maybe you could get her some chocolate every woman loves chocolate! good luck and hope the pressure cooker's release valve isnt broken!!! A small, yet tastefull bouquet of flowers (NOT ROSES). Okay, maybe that’s not appropriate at this point in the relationship. No burnt cd - that can be used after like 6 months and you have a 'history'.Talk about a pressure cooker lolhmmmmm try somthing simple and sweet. Don't go overboard on expense, but don't get it at the 7-11 either. As for the poster opting for the bouquet idea, I think I'll pass on that one as flowers at this stage is still a bit much. Keep in mind I want to WOW her with what I get her or really impress her. I want to do this in style, so that her friends will wonder why they can't find a guy like me lol. I’d recommend a simple card with a gift that contains tickets, for the two of you, to an upcoming concert or special event. B) You don't know if she drinks wine, or what type of wine she prefers if she does. And NO..is not going to send the wrong message too soon if you follow my advice. No flowers brought to a restaurant - I agree, love them on certain occasions, but not to have to tote around with me.Although, this is a birthday, I really don't want to come across as desperate or somehow embarass her infront of her friends by indicating courtship so soon. Be sure to include a new bookmark and/or a B&K gift card for her to purchase another if she likes.2. Not just a book, something that continues to give every month or two. Why not just a card and tell her she will get more later? )Good luck-I hate this situation when it comes to men, so I feel for you! Or, I love scented candles and beautiful candle holders and oil burners, as well as incense. Tickets for two to something she would enjoy would be good, but that's assuming she would wanna go out with you after her birthday . For me, the right time to bring flowers is when I'm alone with her and much more involved with her. a pretty candle holder with some scented candlesor an scented oil burnerif she likes booksa teddy bearcustom jewleryher fave magazine subscriptiona nice scarfgo browsing in the stores there are so many things Ugh, flowers are so hell no for birthday - they should never, never be given for a special occasion without a gift and are best given more "just because". I also like really cool shades of nailpolish and if someone bought me like five different nailpolishes and put them in a pretty basket, etc., that would be cool. I mean there are just so many little inexpensive and thoughtful gifts you can get someone to show them that you are starting to know them. I have definitely decided against flowers and/or wine. Something personalized is the way to go IMO as most of you have suggested. Ask early on how they want to celebrate, and plan accordingly. In addition: Some sort of celebration or token of your own is required here.
A card is necessary, a token is nice but not mandatory.If your date doesn't have plans, you can offer to take him or her out for a birthday drink, but be wary of this.Sure, it's possible they're just not big birthday people, in which case it's perfectly fine to spend the day together without making a huge production out of the birthday.Buy breakfast the next morning, make sure he or she isn't too hungover, mingle with friends, etc.If you're invited to a more intimate celebration, such as dinner at a restaurant with friends, don't feel obligated to attend.