Valentine's Day. Many of us have at least one gift we won't forget about.
Rosie Showstead recalls, "I got one of those giant teddy bears... They're classic."
But sometimes, cupid's arrow may also puncture your wallet.
The National Retail Federation says people plan to spend about $162 Valentine's gifts.
But you don't have to break the bank to show your love. So I went to look for unique ideas that would cost less than $100.
Metro Pizza is offering a heart-shaped pizza deal until the end of February for $21.95. A portion of the proceeds will go to the American Heart Association.
Sin City Cupcakes features 'Boozy' cupcakes. -- meaning its infused with alcohol.
Co-owner, Dannielle Cole, says, "You get a little bit of spikiness, a little bit of sweetness so kind of just put a twist on the traditional Valentine's Day.
Boozy cupcakes are about $40 per dozen. They have kid friendly flavors too starting at $36 dollars.
Guys, if your lady is into cosmetics, Dawes Custom cosmetics creates all-natural and cruelty-free products.
And it comes with a personal touch. They also offercustom-made lipsticks and gloss.
Owner, Eve Dawes, explains, "It makes a really good Valentine's Day. gift especially for men especially for men. They know they want to get something but cosmetics is like a minefield. So basically, they can buy a gift certificate for treatment and the woman can actually get what she wants because she can create it herself."
Ready to wear lipsticks start at $27 dollars. Custom lipsticks and gloss start at $80.
But at the end of the day, no matter what you get your valentine, "The best gift is just always constant love, loyalty, honesty, communication," says Showstead.