Treat your sweetie to one of these wonderful Valentine's Day treats - from decadent desserts to romantic Southern getaways to fresh-picked flower arrangements.
Valentine’s Day Dinner for Two | Skip the prix fixe menus and the subpar food of restaurants on Valentine’s Day! Instead, express your love with a a dinner for two in the comfort of your own home. Making a special Valentine’s Day meal is as easy as lighting candles with our delicious menu. | SouthernLiving.com
Camellia Windowsill | Common camellia (Camellia japonica) is the queen of the Southern winter garden, with big, luscious blooms. Camellia’s heavy flowers like a little support and work best floating in shallow bowls or displayed in short, heavy vases or pitchers. | SouthernLiving.com
Nandina Heart Shaped Wreath | Gather, wrap, and wire—it’s as simple as that. Nandina berries are at their peak, so warm your welcome with a bright wreath made with love. | SouthernLiving.com
Strawberry-Pretzel Icebox Pie | Not only is this a gorgeous dessert, but the combination of salt from the crushed pretzels and sweetness from the strawberries makes this recipe irresistible. | SouthernLiving.com
Chocolate-Espresso Pots de Crème | It cannot get much better when chocolate and coffee are in the same dessert. Top this treat with edible flowers for the perfect touch. Take your pick at crystallizedflowe.... | SouthernLiving.com
Red Velvet Madeleines | For this majestically elevated dessert, make four batches of the madeleines recipe.
Askinosie Chocolate | Shawn Askinosie makes 42,000 pounds of chocolate annually sourced from farmers he personally meets on four continents.
Potomac Chocolate | Working from his home workshop, Ben Rasmussen produces about 500 artisan chocolate bars a week.
Cacao Atlanta Chocolate Company | Kristen Hard ditched law school to open Cacao in 2004, and four years later became the female pioneer of bean-to-bar chocolate.
Escazú Artisan Chocolates | Former chef Hallot Parson is committed to sourcing his beans only from Latin America, where cacao originated.