In most of Latin America, Valentine’s Day is known as “El Dia De Amor y Amistad” — the day of love and friendship — because: Yes, let’s for sure include our friends in the celebration of love and admiration. While chocolates and roses are the symbolic staples in the United States, there are some unique customs in Latin America, like serenading your significant other. Friends in many Spanish-speaking countries honor the day with a Secret Santa–like exchange called Angelito. The commercial phenomenon of Valentine’s fever hitting as soon as Christmas in the States is shared in Mexico and Guatemala as El Dia De Carino — the day of affection — is hard to miss or, even worse, to forget. However, we can also become dulled and oblivious to the constant jewelry commercials and pink and red candy displays. And there are circumstances that cause us to neglect our gift-giving till it’s almost too late: school midterms, intense work schedules, or even an uncontrolled desire for someone you met on February 12. So just in case, we got you covered with these last-minute Valentine’s Day gift ideas.