No…Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate all love between each other - for couples, lovers, family and friends.
Red traditionally represents passion and love. It’s usually the color exchanged between romantic partners on Valentine’s Day. Of course, love has many deep aspects and red is also given to close family members, such as mothers, and best friends. Pink often symbolizes affection, admiration and appreciation - quite a range for one color! Pink is another favorite color given to mothers, sisters, in-laws and friends. For those celebrating Valentine’s Day with someone born in February, purple is a go-to color because Amethyst is February’s birthstone.
Truly, anything from your heart is the best gift on Valentine’s Day. Handmade jewelry is special because it is unique and shows you have taken the time to choose a piece of jewelry that matches your recipient. A mass-produced piece of jewelry or box of chocolates can’t compare!