Affordable Jewellery for Valentines Day – Gift Ideas and Inspiration

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Affordable jewellery perfect for Valentines Day.

Do you struggle to find affordable jewellery for valentines day? Most couples buy at least one special gift on February 14th each year.

Not everyone buys jewellery. In fact, most people agree on the importance of a thoughtful gift. Most of us like the idea that our partner has spent some time thinking about a special Valentine’s gift.

Popular Valentine’s gift ideas include the clichéd dozen red roses, chocolates, flowers, candles, romantic dinners and jewellery. Most importantly the chosen gift should be a perfect fit for your partner.

But rather interestingly, only 1 in 10 men spend over £75 on their partner on Valentines Day.

A staggering £2.5 million is spent on flowers each year for this day.

What do women ask for on Valentines Day?

Forget what men buy women on Valentines Day. Instead, ask what do women ask for? Here are a few things that women actually ask for on February 14th.

27% of women want a holiday

This was quite a surprise, but fair enough. Who can be criticised for wanting a holiday. Provided they want their partner along…

17% of women want a car

We think this is a little unrealistic based on the average spend on Valentines Day. Perhaps a chocolate car would suffice…

15% of women want a Spa day

A great choice and the opportunity for her to pamper herself. Many Spas offer vouchers for full or half day Spa sessions.

13% want jewellery

Jewellery is a popular choice. Especially any item of jewellery memorable for Valentines Day. Many men choose designs with a heart or with a personal effect such as an engraving.

Who spends the most on jewellery for Valentines Day

Engagement ring buyers spend the most on jewellery at Valentines Day. A diamond ring falls into the highest price bracket for Valentines Day gifts. Moreover this day represents one of the most romantic days of the year.

Engagement - Proposal on the Beach

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Falling half way through the month, Valentines Day can be very expensive. For this reason, we put together a gift guide depending on finances.

All of our our suggestions fall into a lower price bracket. As a result, we’ve added some affordable jewellery for Valentines Day. But don’t hang around. Most of our suggestions get snapped up in the run up to Valentines Day.

When is Valentines Day?

Everyone knows that Valentines Day happens on February 14th each year. This single day makes a perfect occasion for a proposal. For this reason, January and February are very busy months for us—especially when it comes to diamond engagement rings.

Affordable jewellery for Valentines Day – Ideas and Inspiration

The following jewellery ideas offer buyers some affordable jewellery designs perfect for Feb 14th.

Star and Hearts Silver Necklace

Price £80.00 including delivery

By online or collect in store

The Star and Hearts necklace provides a sizeable pendant design with a circular pattern of hearts around a star. Suspended from a 32 inch chain, it makes a perfect Winter necklace worn as a statement necklace over a sweater.

affordable jewellery for valentines day - Star and Hearts Necklace

Heart and Diamond Necklace

Price £300 including delivery

By online or collect in store

This classic heart shaped necklace sparkles with the addition of natural diamonds. Crafted in 9ct Gold, the design features a stylish heart design, set along one side with brilliant cut diamonds. The pendant includes luxury packaging and presentation box.

Heart and Diamond Necklace

View additional ideas and inspiration in our jewellery gift guide 

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark attended Liverpool University and went on to pursue a career in the diamond industry. After more than a decade working in polished diamonds, Mark moved to the Isle of Wight where he launched Serendipity Diamonds. He works most days from their busy Ryde showroom, photographing jewellery and writing for the Serendipity Diamonds website.

Mark Johnson

About Mark Johnson

Mark attended Liverpool University and went on to pursue a career in the diamond industry. After more than a decade working in polished diamonds, Mark moved to the Isle of Wight where he launched Serendipity Diamonds. He works most days from their busy Ryde showroom, photographing jewellery and writing for the Serendipity Diamonds website.