Product news News & Gossip Valentine's Day gifts - Truly romantic Delve deeper than a last-minute bunch of flowers or standard choccies by treating your loved one to something meaningful 1 of Ad break It's the thought that counts... Sometimes it's the simpler things in life that matter the most - so if your ideal Valentine's day gift is your partner doing something thoughtful and not spending an arm and a leg - these are for you! Whether a gorgeous bunch of flowers does the trick or breakfast in bed - check out our pick of the best. How do you like your eggs in the morning?Go a step further than burnt toast and weak tea in bed with this fabulous hamper. Complete with everything you need to make the perfect breakfast in bed - and you don't even have to change out of your PJs as it get delivered to your door! It'll definitely raise a smile and a smooch. 'I'd Love You For Breakfast' hamper, £45, Betty Blythe. Please allow 24 hours notice for delivery. A token of my loveGive your partner a little bag of silver love tokens and promise them a massage, plenty of kisses, breakfast and in bed and much more. Love tokens, £9.95, Firebox. I heart YouWear your heart on a cupcake with this simple, yet deliciously effective gift. This sugar coated cake of love comes in a super cute gift box too. I love you cupcake, £2 each, Lola's Kitchen. Continue slideshow > Out of this worldGo one step further than gazing at the stars - name your partner after one of them! This unique set gives details on unnamed stars and comes complete with a registration kit and instructions on how to locate your namesake star! Name a Star, £20, British Heart Foundation shop. Hot Petal Nothing beats a nice bunch of florals, so if you love roses, these are for you. This bunch of hot pink and luscious red handpicked roses will brighten up your partner's day. Valentine flowers, £29.90, iFlorist. By Kyrsty Hazell Comments Daily deals from top retailers Latest on MadeForMums Would you let this robot babysit your child? Prince George and Princess Charlotte go mad for bubbles and balloons in Canada Frankie Bridge reveals: My sons love wearing my make-up Are you aware of ‘cloudy’ baby bottles – and does your child notice?