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Wedding Anniversary – First Anniversary Gift Ideas

Wedding Anniversary – First Anniversary Gift Ideas

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One blissful year (hopefully) has passed since your memorable wedding day and even even more memorable honeymoon! Your spouse is expecting a first anniversary gift. What should you get? You decide to consult a listing of traditional wedding anniversary gifts. You anxiously look for the traditional gift for a first wedding anniversary and notice it's … paper?

Following are romantic paper gift ideas to help celebrate your first wedding anniversary:

  • Find an original edition of your spouse's daily newspaper from his or her date of birth or your from your wedding date.
  • Write a romantic love letter.
  • Buy a new book or an old edition of a book your spouse loves, or find a book you can cuddle up with in bed and read together.
  • Find an old postcard from a place that's meaningful for the two of you, such as from your honeymoon destination, where the proposal occurred, or where you first met – and get it framed.
  • Purchase an adult board game to play it together.
  • Purchase plane tickets for a vacation together!
  • Make a personalized calendar with pictures of the two of you, marked with all the dates that are important to you.
  • Decorate your home with Chinese paper lanterns.
  • Buy drawings, pictures or prints for your home.
  • Frame a photo of you or of the two of you together.
  • Give a gift card to a favorite store or spa.
  • Purchase tickets to a special event, such as a concert, sporting event, or theater tickets.
  • Get a subscription to a magazine of interest to both of you, such as something travel- or cooking-related.
  • Purchase a year's supply of gift wrapping paper or personalized note cards.
  • Create a scrapbook of your first year together, your wedding, or one containing honeymoon memorabilia.

Use these paper gift ideas to find a unique way to celebrate your first wedding anniversary.

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Source by Hilary Basile

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