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Give Your Sweetheart a Bouquet of Plush STAR WARS Characters or Corgis for Valentine’s Day

Give Your Sweetheart a Bouquet of Plush STAR WARS Characters or Corgis for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is coming up, which is fun for those of us who rock at gift-giving, but can be a pressure-filled nightmare for those of us that struggle with finding the perfect, meaningful gifts. After all, flowers die, chocolate can make you break out, and jewelry is expensive, so what really makes up a great gift? It’s not like you can give someone a bundle of corgis as a gift, right? Well, friends, thanks to ThinkGeek, now you can—at least, you can give someone a bundle of plush corgis. You probably shouldn’t give someone a bundle of real corgis…

Still, not everyone is a dog person, and ThinkGeek knows that. So they’ve created a plethora of plush bouquet options for your gift-buying convenience. In addition to the corgi bouquet, there are a few Star Wars bouquet options, bouquets celebrating dragons, science, unicorns, books, moms, space, and kittens. There is even a “microbe” bouquet of little plushies based on STDs, which could either be a funny gift or could spell disaster for your Valentine’s Day. So give someone that bouquet at your own risk. Microbes aside, the bouquets are unique, cute, and fun way to show someone you care about them.

And, since they aren’t all inherently couple-focused, these are perfect gifts for your significant other, family member, or for Galentine’s Day gifts. If you want to check out some of the other awesome bouquets ThinkGeek has to offer for your festive purposes, you can check out the gallery below.

Which bouquets are your favorites? Are you giving any as gifts this year? Tell us about it in the comments!

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