Personalized 'Apology' LoveBook - Hard Cover
Personalized 'Apology' LoveBook - Soft Cover
All My Love for You Couple Pillowcases
"Dream Big" Decorative Throw Pillow
Vosges Dark Chocolate Bacon Chocolate Bar
Aluratek 19 Inch Digital Photo Frame
Aluratek 18.5 inch Digital Photo Frame with 4GB Built-in Memory
Fruute Hug Cookie Gift Set
Sungale Digital Picture Frame
Sungale Wifi Digital Photo Frame
Aluratek Digital Photo Frame
Primula Flowering Tea Set
"I Heart U" Decorative Throw Pillow
Aluratek 8 Inch Digital Photo Frame
Elegant Twist Bamboo
Vosges Milk Chocolate Bacon Chocolate Bar
7 Stalks Of Lucky Bamboo
Vosges Milk & Dark Chocolate Bacon Chocolate Bars
Personalized Green Marble Wine Stoppers - Set of 2
Aluratek Digital Picture Frame
Personalized Marble Wine Chillers And Stoppers
Viewsonic Digital Photo Frame
Personalized Engraved Baseball Bat
Sungale 14" WiFi Digital Photo Frame
Did you mess up? Maybe you forgot an important date. Maybe you yelled and threw plates. Whatever happened, it’s now time to say you’re sorry and work toward moving on. A heartfelt apology is always a great first step. Couple that with a little “I’m sorry” gift and hopefully your message will be heard loud and clear and apology accepted.
Choosing that special “I’m sorry” gift for a guy requires a delicate touch. You’ll want to choose something that will sincerely convey your mea culpa but not overshadow your apology. Consider the following “I’m sorry” gifts for men: A mug with a special loving message or a photo album filled with snapshots of the two of you together. Depending on the offense, a set of cuff links or a watch might make a more impressive “I’m sorry” statement.
It’s an ago old tactic, but using food to win, or win back a man, has a proven history. Choose a gift basket filled with his favorite treats or a one filled with great wines, cheeses and sausages. Or sign him up for a beer-of-the-month membership so he can sample micro-brewed beers.
Whatever gift you choose, give it lovingly and be sure to write a message on the card accompanying the gift with two little words…I’m sorry.