The love you have for your significant other or someone you love should be shown on a daily basis, but Valentine’s Day is the day to go all out. Expressing your love for the person you care for most isn’t that hard, especially if you know exactly what they want or need. On February 14th, give the gift of love and appreciation. Whether it’s a day at the spa, a wine basket or a beautiful bouquet of flowers, it will be a piece of cake to find the perfect gift in Atlanta. If you have yet to find a Valentine’s Day gift, visit one of these Atlanta shops to purchase a gift to remember.

The Art of Touch
244 14th St. N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30309
(404) 602-4054

Nothing says “I love you” more than a trip to a relaxing spa. The Art of Touch is fully staffed with therapists that aim to give clients a massage that will have long-term benefits, even after the massage is over. Whether your loved one is in need of a deep tissue, fertility or Swedish massage, The Art of Touch will customize it especially for you. Wouldn’t it be better to enjoy the relaxing touch of a therapist together? The couple’s massage is for the individuals who want to share the benefits and enjoy each other while relaxing. Call The Art of Touch to book an appointment or buy a gift certificate for that special day.

Perrine’s Wine Shop
1168 Howell Mill Road, Suite B
Atlanta, GA 30318
(404) 254-5077

Perrine’s Wine Shop is a one-stop shop for a romantic evening. If you have a loved one in your life who loves the finer things, wine is the best gift. This wine shop is very serious about the products it sells and nothing but passion escapes from the associates’ mouths when they talk about wine. Get your significant other wine products to make a beautiful wine basket. What’s wine without the perfect selection of cheese and meat? Perrine’s Wine Shop offers artisanal foods, wine accessories and handmade candles. Stop by Perrine’s Wine Shop for the making of a beautiful night.

Bill Hallman – Virginia Highland
792 N. Highland Ave.
Atlanta, GA 30306
(404) 876-6055

Many women and men like the romantic things such as flowers, chocolates and wine, but others would rather have bags, stylish tops or a silk tie. Bill Hallman is one of the most renowned boutiques in Atlanta. This boutique offers some of the most fashionable pieces that you usually wouldn’t see at an Atlanta boutique (which is a good thing). Whether you are looking for a beautiful dress for your lovely lady or a classical watch for your beautifully groomed man, Bill Hallman has it for reasonable prices. Visit Bill Hallman for a wide selection of designer-based fashion that will appeal to any well-dressed man or woman.

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Twelve Boutique and Flowers
994 Virginia Ave., N.E.
Atlanta, GA 30306
(404) 541-2357

Ladies love flowers. Not only does Twelve Boutique and Flowers make the most beautiful bouquet of flowers, but the shop also has some of the most unique products. Twelve Boutique and Flowers has been number one in the city of Atlanta for its collections of wearable and decorative art for all ages. The great thing about Twelve Boutique and Flowers is that the company tailors each bouquet design specifically for each client and occasion. Stop by Twelve Boutique and Flowers to take a look at its unique take on unique and creative art.

LW Chocolatier
3060 Peachtree Road N.W., Suite 40
Atlanta, GA 30305
(404) 467-8503

Valentine’s Day is seen as the day to show your woman how much you really love her. An extravagant box of chocolates is one great way to show that love. LW Chocolatier has been in the business of chocolate for over 70 years and never ceases to amaze its clients. For this particular occasion, get the lady you adore the LW Chocolatier’s Special Occasion Pack, which includes 82 pieces of decadent chocolates.

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