I am not sure which of the ideas I would implement but few hours of brainstorming and searching on the net produced the above low-cost and romantic anniversary ideas.
Now it’s the time to put one of the ideas in practice.
You supply the feelings, the personal stories, the details and they’ll create a custom song using the musician and style (hip hop, easy listening, jazz, etc) you choose. Here’s how it works: Say it’s your sixth anniversary, which is linked to candy. Think sunrise/sunset Few things say “romance” like witnessing the official start or end of a day—just the two of you.
For Chicagoan Catherine Davis, 64, planning a wedding party from the year 1982 is a blast from the past.
If it’s the former, take a thermos of hot chocolate and a few croissants to toast the sun’s arrival.
Nothing is more romantic than writing and singing a song to your sweetie. “My husband and I had a tiny wedding with family only,” she says, “so a wedding reception for our 32nd anniversary means we can invite old friends, new friends, parents, cousins, even our daughters who have no idea what times were like when we got married.” Everything she’s planning screams “80’s," from the food, the music, to the shoulder pads and big hair.
If you’re more inhabited, let Custom do it for you. Put a spin on tradition Granted this one takes planning and shekels, but it’s cool and tied (loosely) to traditional gifts associated with each anniversary. For the 25th, which is silver, go to a town known for its silver-making, like Taxco, Mexico (pictured). Celebrate the stodgy traditions in a much more romantic way. (She’s encouraging guests to dress the era.) Seven-layer dip, anyone?
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