You don’t need to overspend to make your special someone feel loved this Valentine's Day. Whether they are nostalgic, a pragmatist, an enthusiast of sorts or just adore sweets, there is definitely something you can give them that is budget-friendly. ALSO READ: Galentine’s is the new trend! You don't have to borrow money from your friends promising to pay it back as soon as possible when you know you won't be able to keep the promise, just to impress your partner. Basically, all you have to do is to stay within the confines of your budget, and show love with the means you have. ALSO READ: Valentine is around the corner, where’s your boo? While it's understandable that the February 14, date might be stress-inducing, especially in comparison to what other people post online, the grandest and most romantic gesture doesn't have to be a huge splurge. A little token of affection and appreciation can go a long way. It's the thought that counts. ALSO READ: Movie options for Valentine’s weekend Below are some of the thoughtful gift ideas for your special someone, that don't cost much. Pedicure and Manicure kit A complete but low-cost package of acute little pedicure and manicure kit can go for averagely Rwf15,000 or less. The best way to say, 'hey, I care about your hygiene...here’s everything you need to keep being as smart without spending a fortune in the salon'. Also, this could be the needed and polite way to remind them to reduce overspending on beauty related services in the salon, who knows? A Water bottle A very beautifully designed water bottle with a personal touch is something they will use often, and most probably take with them wherever they go. Depending on where you buy it, it may cost averagely Rwf15,000 give or take. Card Game An adults-only card game; themed — Talk, Flirt or Dare — to spark up a range of fun (sometimes flirty) conversations. This could be a creative way to spice up your relationship and get to know each other better. Depending on where you by them, you can get nice card games at averagely Rwf20,000. Flowers and a card Giving flowers and cards on Valentine's Day has long been a tradition. You can make your own bouquet of natural flowers. Taking the time to pick your own flowers makes them even more special. However, we do not recommend picking flowers from any planned flower beds in parks or green spaces. Love cards can cost at least Rwf 1,000. Besides, nothing beats a handwritten card. One prompt at a time, full of inside jokes, intimate memories, and reasons why you love them. A customized t-shirt or mug Customized gifts, engraved with their initials (with yours) are not just cute, but also feel personal. This can cost you Rwf5000. You can also get your partner a key holder, a pocket lighter, a phone case, or anything else that may seem insignificant, but is actually quite essential and more or less personal. You can be as creative and unique as you want. At the end of the day, expensive does not always imply romance.