Missing You: Long Distance Relationship Gifts Under $50
While distance makes the heart grow fonder, surprises make it go
faster. Get your out-of-town sweetie’s heart rate up by sending one of our favorite long distance relationship gifts for less than fifty bucks.
The List: 39 Unique Long Distance Relationship Gifts
Twelve prompted letters for you to write, date, and seal = Twelve treasured keepsakes for your sweetie to open, savor, and appreciate.
How far can YOUR love travel?
Pick your 50 favorite Instagram shots and get a book for yourself AND one for your sweetie for 15 bucks.
Time flies when she’s got something to remind her you’ll be together again soon.
Awesome packaging and creative coupons like Starlight Picnic, Serenade, and Chore Relief make this set of 24 cards unique.
An unusual book of illustrations full of scenarios where only two will do.
Keep each other close across time zones with this 5 x 7″ personalized alder wood picture frame. Photo not included!
Each star chart is customized based on a location and a date. Consider it an invitation to play around with the space/time continuum!
Send a copy to your sweetie a few weeks before you’ll see each other. Anticipation is everything!
There’s no better way to make sure your sweetie begins each day thinking of you.
Keep your love burning right on through the night with a custom soy candle.
Propose a toast to the two of you across state lines with a pair of custom sandblasted wine glasses.
More fun than a text message and easier to frame too!
Pick a state (or country) and a few awesome photos of the two of you for this archival quality custom print.
Need we say more?
Never forget your keys, or each other, with this matching set of long distance keychains.
When you can’t be there in the flesh, send him your doppelganger in clamshell packaging.
The only deal better than pocket aces is knowing you’re the kind and queen of each other’s hearts.
Mix and match cool photos from each of your two locales to make a memory game that’ll bring you together.
When you can’t be there to put the kettle on in person, a monthly tea surprise is the next best thing.
Commemorate all those late night phone calls with a framed fine art print. Can you hear me now? The 8 x 10″ version with frame is just under 50 bucks!
It may not be anatomically correct, but she’ll appreciate the effort nonetheless.
Send him beer soap with a note that says, “You know I love your smell, but I’m not so sure about everyone else!”
Have your digits engraved in gold and she’ll always know where you are. Or were. Or at least where you’re supposed to be.
When the pieces fit, you just know it.
Trick out your large flat rate care package box with these fancy map stickers.
For Adele fans only.
Long distance love is like a Venn diagram – apart and overlapping at the same time.
If your jet-setting sweetie likes to keep track of where they’ve been, this is the travelogue for them!
The best thing about this handmade card is that you can customize it with your own funny, mushy, or explicit options. Or just make your own!
Keep track of each other with this simple rustic necklace stamped with your two cities’ coordinates.
Practice the lost art of letter writing with this nifty batch of prompted airmail-style stationery.
Time flies when you’re rocking out on an airplane on your way to see your long distance sweetie.
If you know someone with a heart of gold, you better let them know it.
A metal photo print is as indestructible as your love. It arrives ready to hang, just like your partner.
All you need is love (and a little bit of water) to keep this delicate air plant thriving.
If your long distance partner is prone to long walkabouts, Hiker Crate is a welcome monthly surprise.
Witty puzzles, games, and quizzes for two will have you laughing and loving all the way to the end.
Grab 32 of your best Instagram shots and then customize the text to say whatever you want.
Make it easy for your sweetie to count down the days until you’re together again.
Did we miss your favorite long distance relationship gift? Tell us about it in the comments and we might include it in a regular post update.