Creative Ways to Present Jewelry
Now that you have picked the perfect jewelry from Oravo with other accopmanying gits, how do you present it? You could simply hand over the gift in a heart-covered gift bag, or you can get creative with the presentation. Try one of these ideas:
- She’ll have to work for it, but the prize at the end will be worth it. Come up with clues that lead her from one spot to the next. You’re sure to earn bonus points if the clue locations have significant meaning. Ideas include the restaurant where you had your first date, the location of your first kiss or your favorite hangout spot. It’s best to send her back to your house or to the hands of a trusted friend to collect her final prize of Valentine jewelry. Hiding the jewelry in a public spot may result in losing the gift completely.
- If you don’t want to mess with setting up a scavenger hunt, just take your significant other to your special spot.
- No one wants to get home appliances, workout gear or similar items for Valentine’s Day, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a little fun with the recipient. Tuck the jewelry securely inside the packaging of something else for a real surprise when she opens it. If that seems too cruel, you can always go with the classic “little gift in a huge box” trick. Wrap the jewelry inside the largest box you can find, or wrap a series of boxes each slightly smaller with the final box containing the jewelry.
- Hide it in plain sight. Tuck the jewelry in a place the recipient is sure to stumble upon it. Place a pair of earrings on her vanity where she gets ready each morning. Hang his new bracelet near his mirror. Bring her breakfast in bed with a new necklace on the serving tray. Then sit back and watch the reaction.