• 10 Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas Found in Hoboken and Jersey City

    Just in time for Valentine’s Day, we’re bringing you our favorite local stores for gift-giving on this heart-themed holiday! For any of the loved ones in your life – your partner, spouse, parents, siblings, or best friend – we know a few spots that have the perfect thing…


    1. AaRaa Accessories {408 Sixth Street, Hoboken}

    There’s nothing quite like some shiny jewelry on Valentine’s Day – it doesn’t have to break the bank either!  Aaraa Accessories is filled with beautiful gems and accessories — and for the stylish Valentine who loves a trendy choker necklace or cocktail ring, they’re chock full of goodies {from $12-$200}.

    AaraaHoboken


    2. Happy Box Store {order online here}

    These locally-sourced goodie boxes {started by 2 sisters in Hoboken!} bring happiness to any lucky recipient. Below is their Galentines Day Box which is one of their many unique sets — all hand-picked and packed in Hoboken.

    HappyBoxStore


    3. Noellery {123 Washington Street, Hoboken + 321 Grove Street, Jersey City}

    Whether it be a special set of earrings, a pair of mittens and a cozy hat, or these adorable and dainty NJ-shaped necklaces, we’re certain you’ll find that perfect something at Noellery for your Val/Galentine. They have two locations now — downtown Hoboken and downtown JC!

    Noellery


    4. Hudson Table {1403 Clinton Street, Hoboken NJ 07030}

    For those of you that are all about experiences over gift-giving, a gift card to Hudson Table for a cooking class is an ideal gift. Food and a present, it’s a win-win.

    Hudson Table


    5. Another Man’s Treasure Vintage Store {195 Montgomery Street, Jersey City}

    If your Valentine is one-of-a-kind {whose isn’t?}, look no further than this famous vintage shop in Jersey City. But don’t take our word for it — take a look at one look at these pink suitcases and let it do the talking…SWOON.

    AMTVintageStore


    6. ME&EM For Good {spotted at Hudson Paperie: 312 Washington Street, Hoboken}

    ME&EM for Good is the cutest charm-selling business started by two moms and inspired by their journey with their daughters. Every purchase comes with a promise to do good; for each charm purchased, ME&EM will donate $1 to a children’s charity. A thoughtful gift with an even better cause behind it.
    MEandEMforgood

    7.  Luna Rosa Home {1218 Washington Street, Hoboken}

     Every Valentine could use a warm cozy blanket, and who could resist these colorful pom-poms? Luna Rosa Home has more than just snuggly linens; the uptown Hoboken home decor shop carries a wide array of candles and other home improvement {we’d definitely call it that} items that anyone would be grateful for.
    LunaRosaHome

    8.  The Golden Carrot {1102 Washington Street, Hoboken}

    Another must-stop shop for dainty {and precious} jewels in Hoboken: The Golden Carrot has so many unique and delicate pieces for any time of year, but this love ring just screams Valentine’s Day.

    TheGoldenCarrot

    10. Marble+Vine {order online here}

    We first spotted Marble+Vine at the Hoboken Holiday Craft Fair, but luckily they’ve updated their wrapping paper inventory to some adorable presents. Once you have that perfect something for your special someone, top if off with beautifully-wrapped presents. Marble+Vine creates luxury paperless wrapping products, and was started by local Hoboken residents! Their mission is to promote treeless products and encourage gift-giving more ‘consciously’ — who could argue when the presents look this pretty?

    marble+vine

    For anyone on your list, we guarantee you’ll find some great gifts for Valentine’s Day, and the days beyond!

    Until next time,

    xx

    SEE MORE: Gift Ideas from the Hudson Paperie {on Washington Street}


    Written by:

    Genna moved to Hoboken upon graduating from the University of Tennessee to start her Marketing career at HGTV, and is most currently at The Knot in downtown Manhattan. To Genna, there's nothing better than cheering on UT football, soaking in warm sunny weather on her balcony, and watching starry-skied movies on Pier 13. You may have spotted Genna as a customer associate at Anthropologie ...that is, when she's not doing Hot Yoga or punching bags at CKO! Most days, you can find Genna circling the Mile Square on an early morning run or attempting to justify her shopping habits along Washington Street.


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