A gift basket of all her favorite things. This tells her something truly heart-warming — that you are cued in to her likes and dislikes and have taken enough effort to assemble her favorites in one delightful hamper. Fill a gift basket with her favorite author’s hardback edition, her favorite bubbly, chocolates, bath and beauty products — and, of course, the mandatory red roses.
A bespoke photo collage. Never underestimate the power of visual appeal. Decide the size of the montage you want to create — huge or medium or something that she can comfortably place on her bedside table. Let your wedding photograph dominate centre stage and fill in the rest of the space with other photos of the two of you.
The newer and modern types include a colored background that might look good as a invitation if the author of the invitation can combine two or more colors effectively so as to be eye pleasing and to give the message that you want to send. These types of wedding anniversary invitations tend to be a more modern approach to the subject and since their combination of colors are endless I will not discuss them here.
Where Can You Find Good Marriage Anniversary Greeting Sentiments? A great resource I’ve found for facing tasks like this is a handy little book called Words to the Rescue. It contains dozens of wedding anniversary greetings as well as hundreds of other greetings for any occasion or event you can think of. It’s a great cure for ”social writer’s block”.
Gold/White – a golden – white is a classical color scheme that gives an impression of higher class and elegance. If the font is readable and in harmony with the color scheme then this type of card is probably the best card there is. It shows simplicity (the less is more principle) that shows a couple that cares of their guests and will not cut back on any part of their budget just to give their guests a great time. This type of card is best perhaps for an older couple or a couple that wishes to make their party a formal type (suit and tie formal).