Feb. 11, 2008 -- The holiday for lovers is only days away and if you're still stressing about which sweets to get for your sweetie, "Good Morning America" has some suggestions.
Whether you're going for a traditional bouquet and candy heart or looking for something more unique, you may be able to find that perfect gift among these items. Check out the products featured on "GMA" today and learn where you can purchase them below.
Even if you're drawing a blank on Valentine's Day gifts, you probably can't go wrong if you start with some flowers. FTD florists have some bouquets your valentine may love. Whether you fancy the holiday's traditional roses or want lilies or carnations, FTD has the right bunch for you. The FTD Sweethearts Bouquet is $56.99, while the Lasting Romance Bouquet is $49.99.
The company is offering "GMA" viewers a 20 percent discount if they order today. Go to www.ftd.com/gma to learn more.
What's Valentine's Day without some chocolate? The candies this season have gotten creative. Now you can personalize M&Ms for your sweetheart and pick the perfect color for your sweet mix. MY M&M'S have 17 colors available for custom printed messages. Custom printing orders take approximately 10 business days to produce. Go to www.mms.com/us/coloroflove to learn why green reigns supreme or www.mymms.com to create your edible, one-of-a-kind messages.
If the heart-shaped box of bonbons is more your style, try one of Hershey's new Build-A-Hearts. For $35 you can get hand-decorated solid milk or special dark chocolate heart in red lettering, which are surrounded by a choice of chocolates. Choose from Hugs and Kisses, New Hearts Desire or Extra Creamy Milk Chocolate Hearts.
Hershey's also offers $25 chocolate cards and you can personalize a message — probably the only card guaranteed never to be thrown away. Find out more at www.hersheygifts.com.
Treats You Can't Eat
People love truffles, but the ones from the Earthworks line of products aren't meant to be eaten. The handmade truffles are made for the bath with a focus on hydrating and pampering the skin. You can use it all at once or a bit at a time. Even better: This treat is eco-friendly. For more information go to www.earthworksproducts.com.
Chocolate Shower Gels and Lip Gloss Trio
Philosophy is putting a new twist on the idea of candy hearts. The flavors associated with Valentine candies have been turned into tantalizing lip glosses. For $25 you can get the trio of "Be Mine," "I Love You" and "Ask Me." Click here to learn more.
In addition, Philosophy has a trio of chocolate-scented shower gels, which also double as shampoo and bubble baths. Click here for more.
Looking for a good way to display your Valentine memories? Create a family keepsake that includes four marble coasters and everything you'll need to create a personalized work of art. It works with color photocopies so you won't have to use treasured photo originals. Complete instructions and supplies included. Click here for more.
For a wearable keepsake, try Planet Jill where gift givers can choose from necklaces, money clips or a jewelry boxes. Go to www.planetjill.com for more information.
Valentine's Day isn't just all flowers, candy hearts and chocolate for women -— men deserve some pampering, too. A shaving kit from The Art of Shaving just may do the trick. Click here for more information.
For the Couple
Sing a Love Song
Every couple has "their" song and it's probably shared with countless other couples. Now, you can have a song that's all your own by paying a songwriter to compose a song for you and your loved one. Check out lovesongs4you.com or www.thisisyoursong.net for more information.