Money can cause a lot of financial stress, and that's especially true during Hallmark holidays like Mother's Day, your anniversary and, of course, Valentine's Day. The holiday is all about celebrating love — with presents, of course.
Between flowers, jewelry, candy and other gifts, consumers spent an estimated $18.2 billion on Valentine's Day in 2017, according to the National Retail Federation. But you don't have to drop hundreds of dollars to prove your love.
Click through to see how you can celebrate Valentine's Day without breaking the bank.