Valentine's Day is next Saturday, and if you want to get a special gift for your sweetheart, there's not a moment to lose. Head to Cherry Creek, where you can buy gifts large and small that should guarantee a big celebration on February 14 (you can thank us later).
5) Whole Foods Market 2375 East First Avenue Although it may seem cliche, a beautiful bouquet is always a welcome gift. At Whole Foods, you can purchase two dozen roses for just twenty bucks -- a real deal this time of year.
4) Revampt Goods 2601 East Third Avenue Revampt has a great idea for Valentine's Day: his-and-her watches along with a nice bottle of wine, packaged in the bottle holder pictured above. Revampt specializes in reclaimed, recycled and re-purposed furniture, accents and accessories; this is the ideal place to shop for any gift if your significant other likes vintage items. 3) JW Marriott 150 Clayton Lane The JW Marriott in Cherry Creek North is offering a Lacy and Racy-themed package. The deal includes a romantic hotel stay at the JW Marriott, wine, chocolates, a $100 gift card at the Store of Lingerie boutique, as well as a cocktail in the Second Home Bar and an in-room movie. The package ranges from $379 to $539; book it here. Keep reading for three more Valentine's Day gift ideas. 2)Tam O'Neill Fine Arts 311 Detroit Street Give the love of your life the stars and the moon this V-Day. Tam O'Neil offers prints of the Alexander Jamieson celestial maps, created to teach constellations to astronomy students in the nineteenth century. Prices range from $225 to $375. 1) Oster Jewelers 251 Steele Street
Not only does this Denver jeweler stock all the shiny baubles you could possibly need for Valentine's Day, but it's also holding a special V-Day contest: Pin an item you want on Pinterest and use the #OsterValentine hashtag for a chance to win that item. The contest ends on February 12; for more information, click here.
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