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If you haven’t heard of  The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman, prepare to have your life changed. The book was originally published in 1995 and continues to be relevant over 20 years later for couples and individuals around the globe.

Basically, everyone has a primary love language (which can be found by taking this quiz) and it’s the channel through which the person best receives love — whether it’s through words of affirmation or spending quality time.

So we put together a gift guide to match you with presents that fit under each language, meaning that your gift will be incredibly thoughtful.

Words of Affirmation
This language means the person feels loved and appreciate through words that affirm them.

Greetabl $12

This box is great for anyone who receives love through words and communication. Customize a gift box with a personal note, thoughtful goodies, and your box design of choice — it’s the ultimate gift that can be cherished for years to come.

Starboard Press Reasons Why I Love You Journal $38

This gift is great if you’re getting married, celebrating a big anniversary, or just want to give a special present to your other half. Not only do the journals come in various sizes, but you can also customize the pages to be different colors and have different sayings.

Acts of Service
For these people, actions speak louder than words.

Sugarfina Sparkling Holiday 8-piece Candy Bento Box $65

This love language isn’t the easiest to gift a physical object, but present them with something small and sweet, and they’re sure to appreciate it. Whether you’re planning a movie night at home or a staycation, these little candies will be the cherry on top of your plans.

Bodum The Original French Press Coffee Maker $39.99

People who receive love through acts of service will enjoy the effort you put into making breakfast for two. Make it easy on yourself with this sleek French press coffee maker to add to their kitchen.

Receiving Gifts
For some people, what makes them feel most loved is receiving a gift.

Uncommon Goods Dessert and Baking Salts $19

Whether they’re an amateur baker or someone looking to spice up their cuisine, this salt set is a great gift for any partner. We like this gift because it’s unique, unisex, and is sure to bring delicious results.

Google Home $129

This spiffy gadget is sure to impress your gift-loving friend. It has a voice-activated speaker powered by Google Assistant and can stream music, answer questions, give you news updates, make calls, manage tasks, set alarms, and more.

Quality Time
This language is all about giving the other person your undivided attention.

Urban Outfitters Himalayan Salt Lamp $34

While you’re staying in to avoid the cold, invest in one of these lamps. They add just the right amount of light and ambiance to a room, making a night in with your partner sound more and more appealing.

Wild and Wolf Games Room Dominoes $14

Make game night a priority with this set of dominoes that comes in the most beautiful packaging. Order in food or make a tasty dessert to accompany your simple and inexpensive date night.

Physical Touch
To this person, nothing speaks more deeply than the appropriate touch.

Herbivore Botanicals Jasmine Body Oil $44

Winter dryness is a tale as old as time. Keep your S.O.’s skin smooth and hydrated with a sweet smelling body oil. Graciously offer to help them apply, even if it’s on their feet!

Anthropologie Striped Faux Fur Throw Blanket $128

Get cozy this season with the one you love. Whether you two plan to snuggle by the fire or watch a movie together, this blanket will keep you two warm and close.

xx, The FabFitFun Team