My husband made me a Red Vine bouquet and I filled his with Love Notes candy! I went on Shutterfly and put a picture of us at our wedding on a shirt w/ the caption “Married My Best Friend” and our wedding date. In a small box, I placed inside a test pack w/ a positive pregnancy result… A six-pack of diet Coke and a gallon of chocolate ice cream — it was meaningful to the two of us, something no one else would think of giving me….expensive gifts just bought as a gift can’t hold a candle to something simple and inexpensive with loads of personal meaning. I made a poster of the different popular love teams (i.e tarzan & jane, mickey and minnie mouse) and in the middle I put our names in bolder, bigger letters and put it in a romantic frame I personally made. I got dollars worth in dollar bills and printed labels with things we could do and rolled them up. Our anniversary is on Groundhog Day.I went to Build-A-Bear and made my husband a groundhog and included inside the stuffed animal a personal message I recorded while making “Phil”. stamped 3 hearts on the frame (for our third anniversary) displayed it in the bathroom where we see it everyday 10 years later. -Fawn (yep, I just came up with this one so I’d better try it out myself ). JOIN THE 1,000,000 MEMBER CHALLENGE: If you haven’t already done it, what are you waiting for? It takes only a few seconds and, of course, is free.
(go to the dollar show, get ice cream, go for a walk to the store to get a candy…) It was fun and we got to spend time together. A puzzle with a picture of your wedding and you can spend time every year putting it together they make them at Walmart or Meijer. My sweet hubby made me a DVD of family pictures from when we dated through our 10th anniversary using some of my favorite music as background. I arranged for the children to be gone & prepared a dinner & greeted him in a piece of lingerie & dinner & dessert was me. A mix cd of songs from our dating and married life that reminded me of him or a special memory we share. It is like memory lane of our marriage and it always shows us how far we have come, let’s enjoy where we have been and look forward to where we are going! For our 25th Anniversary I gave my husband a silver trophy that read To My Greatest Friend and Lover. Ordered a print with all the family’s important dates on it-wedding day, births of our children, etc. I made him a video that told him all the things I love about him and put pictures of us throughout our relationship. QUESTION: Do you have any great anniversary gift ideas for less than ? THE BOOK: Read the book that inspired the powerful TED talk and prompted author of “We’ve been counseling couples and writing marriage books for a long time, and we can say with absolute certainty, there has never been a book quite like The Argument-Free Marriage.
” Your specific phrasing here is intriguing—”since you started dating”—suggesting maybe this is the first in a long list of other anniversaries you and your girlfriend plan to celebrate, such as “anniversary since we first expressed a shared obsession with Farm Ville,” “anniversary since saying ‘I love you’ before we were sure we meant it,” and the never-forgettable “anniversary since the discovery of mutual flatulence.” Or maybe I’m being overly imaginative?
Yesterday, we posed a simple question to Happy Wives Club members on our Facebook Community page: What is the most creative anniversary gift you (and/or your husband) has ever given for less than ? When it dried, I printed a poem I wrote on it, burned the edges to make it look OLD, rolled it up, tied it with a red ribbon, and put it in the bottle.Why not whisk her away on a romantic getaway with our Ultimate Choice for Two.Or for a unique wow-factor, make her feel like the most special woman in the universe with our Name a Star Gift.She’s an investor in real estate, tech sector and lifestyle brands.When she’s not writing or working, she's happily doting over her husband of twelve years, Keith (and sometimes manages to do all three simultaneously).Choosing a meaningful gift is not easy when you’re still getting to know someone. Heaven knows the Hallmark Industrial Complex won’t be providing much inspiration—the romantic gift sector tends to save its most effective guilt-trip marketing for actual married persons, particularly around Valentine’s Day and on wedding anniversaries.